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What's it All About

Multicore World: a think tank to answer Big Questions, together!

Interactive and Targeted

At Multicore World conversations are as important as sessions. Every presentation has a flexible Q&A period, and if we are enjoying a great discussion, we just continue with it. On its 4th edition, Multicore World 2015 participants are invited as world experts in their speciality. In a limited audience environment you will find that the person sitting besides you has a wealth of experience similar to the speaker that both are listening to.

Industry Leading

Participants are from first tier companies, vendors and organisations. You will hear about trends and road maps that are not yet in the general domain. You can't substitute the experience of Multicore World's unique combination of sessions and conversations. Webinars and white papers present knowledge to be marketed: at Multicore World you will discuss with the creators -right when they are keen to test their novel concept in your field.

Global

Multicore World is a destination conference -people do not "pass through", it is a decision to come to New Zealand. More than 40% of participants are from outside New Zealand and Australia. It is not unusual that some are crossing the Equator for the first time in their lives, to keynote at Multicore World. Authors do their book pre-launch presentation, entrepreneurs discuss deals with executives from major corporations, all in an informal environment far from media scrutiny and general gossip. Take advantage of the time commitment of global experts that are keen to learn from your work as well.

History

Now on its 4th edition, Multicore World is now consolidated in the international calendar. Every year since 2012, experts and leaders from all over the world converge in February to beautiful New Zealand for two full days of the most thought-provoking sessions in the latest high-technology evolution and its applications. Collocated with Multicore World 2015 (17-18 February) is the workshop "HPC in the Cloud -the case of the SKA" (19-20 February).












Attending

Organised as a limited audience event you will pretty much meet all the attendees in a personal way. Participants are invited through our global networks, related to their work and the theme of the conference around the main talks: we are creating a global community. If you wish to receive an invitation, please express your interest at your earliest convenience providing details of your work and benefit of up to a 50% discount in the registration before November 17, 2014

Speaking

Multicore World is a single track conference: we all want to hear you. Main speakers are personally invited, and we also support emerging talent particularly young developers, engineers, scientists and researchers. Every year we receive more speaking proposals than we can accommodate, but do not hesitate to contact us with your proposal -there are different time slots including Lightning Talks: the main goal is to let Multicore World's global audience know about your work. Main speakers have a free full registration including all conference meals, events and conference dinner.

Sponsoring

A targeted and selected audience is very attractive to specialised sponsorship. Some of the global organisations that have been sponsoring Multicore World are Intel (USA), Google (USA), ARM (UK), Microsoft (USA), Cray (USA), New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, SKA Organisation (UK), GreenButton (NZ), Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (NZ), Catalyst (NZ), Mozilla (USA), and AUT University (NZ) among others. There are a very limited number of sponsored main speaking slots, plus other options. Contact us as early as possible to secure the best deal for your organisation.

Some awesome speakers who have presented in previous editions of Multicore World

Team Member
James REINDERS
Director INTEL Software
Team Member
Tim CORNWELL
SKA Architect and Head of Computing
Team Member
Prof. Ian FOSTER
Director Computation Institute
Team Member
John GUSTAFSON
CTO Ceranovo Inc.
Team Member
Prof. Barbara CHAPMAN
University of Houston
Team Member
John GOODACRE
Director, Technology & Systems, ARM

... and many more.

Tim Mattson, Principal Engineer, INTEL (USA, 2012 & 2013) - Brent Carlson, SKA CSP Consortium Lead System Engineer, NRC (Canada, 2014) - Cristina Cifuentes, Director of Oracle Labs (Australia, 2014) - Poul-Henning Kamp, FreeBSD Author, Varnish (Denmark, 2013) - Kent Winchell, Distinguished Engineer, CTO Office, Cray (USA, 2014) - Prof. Shaun Hendy, FRSNZ, University of Auckland (New Zealand, 2014) - Mark Moir, Oracle (New Zealand, 2012, 2013 & 2014) - Prof Andreas Wicenec, ICRAR (Australia, 2014) - Paul McKenney, Linux CTO, IBM (USA, 2011 & 2013) - Vint Cerf, VP Google (USA, 2011) - Stephan Friedl, DE Cisco (USA, 2012) - A/Professor Manuel Chakravarty, Haskell Authority (Australia, 2014) - Sebastian Sylwan, CTO Weta Digital (New Zealand, 2012) - Prof. Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat, FAU (Germany, 2014) - Jasper Horrell, GM, Computing & Innovation SKA SA (South Africa, 2014) - Prof Sergei Gulyaev, Director IRASR, AUT (New Zealand, 2014) - Scott Houston, CEO GreenButton (New Zealand, 2012 & 2013) - Alex St John, CUDA Authority (USA - New Zealand, 2014) - Prof Gernot Heiser, Group Leader, NICTA (Australia, 2014) - Artur Laksberg, Team Lead, Microsoft (USA, 2012) - A/Professor Zhiyi Huang, Otago University (New Zealand, 2010 & 2012) - Phil McCaw, Movac Partner (New Zealand, 2012) - Nicola Gaston, Senior Lecturer VUW (New Zealand, 2014) - Jim Peek, Strategy Director, Fusion IO (USA, 2012) - David Brebner, CEO Unlimited Realities (New Zealand, 2014)

and more...

When and Where

4th Multicore World

17th - 18th February 2015 - Wellington, New Zealand

Venue: Shed 6, Wellington's newest convention venue, nestled on the waterfront.


Workshop collocated with Multicore World

HPC in the Cloud: "The SKA example", 19th - 20th February 2015

Venue: Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington.

Contact
How can we help?

Enquiries

For information about Multicore World 2015 and its workshops, sponsorship and partnership opportunities, or any other aspects, contact: Nicolás Erdödy, Conference Director, (nicolas@multicoreworld.com) or use the form provided.

"Multicore World" and the workshop "HPC in the Cloud -the case of the SKA" are an initiative of Open Parallel Ltd.

Details

(+64) 27 521 4020
info@multicoreworld.com

Open Parallel Ltd.
Level 1, 20 Wear St. Oamaru 9400
New Zealand

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