What's it All About
Multicore World: a think tank to answer Big Questions, together!
When and Where5th Multicore World
15th - 17th February 2016 - Wellington, New Zealand
Venue: Shed 6, Wellington's newest convention venue, nestled on the waterfront.
Including: "HPC in the Cloud: The SKA example"
Some of the awesome speakers lined up for MW2016
Prof. Alex SzalayBloomberg Distinguished Professor at the Johns Hopkins University, USA
Prof. Peter KoggeIBM Fellow and Ted H. McCourtney Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame
Happy SitholeDirector, Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) – Republic of South Africa
Prof. John GustafsonVisiting Scientist at A*STAR - Singapore. Inventor (Gustafson's Law) and Author ("The End of Error: Unum Computing."). Formerly: AMD's Chief Product Architect, Director at Intel Labs and Principal Investigator at Sun Microsystems.
Bryan GrahamScience Leader - Forest Industry Informatics - SCION, New Zealand
Nicola GastonDeputy Director, The MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology – New Zealand
Herbert CorneliusTechnical Director of the Advanced Computing Center for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) – INTEL - Germany
Prof. Geoffrey C. FoxDistinguished Professor of Computer Science, Informatics and Physics at Indiana University, USA
Balasz GerofiResearch Scientist in the System Software Research Team at RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science – Japan
Martin HilgemanHigh Performance Computing Consultant, Dell – Netherlands
Giuseppe MaxiaQuality Assurance Architect at VMware – Spain
Markus DolenskyComputer Scientist and the Technical Leader of ICRAR's Data Intensive Astronomy Group in Perth, Australia
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Tickets5th Multicore World
Important Notes: All prices shown are in New Zealand Dollars and inclusive of GST (+15%).
International Credit Card and Direct Deposit options.
Full ticket includes
- Full access to sessions from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
- All day meals included (morning tea – lunch – afternoon tea).
- Evening events (Drinks and Nibbles, 15th-16th-17th, 5:30pm to 7:00pm)
DISCOUNTED RATES are available on request: Open Parallel is committed to ensure that Multicore World and its workshops are as open as possible. We are creating a broad and inclusive ecosystem and will be happy to provide you a with a discounted ticket upon request (subject to availability). To request a voucher for a discounted ticket write to email@example.com and please explain how would you benefit from Multicore World and which could be your contribution.
How can we help?
For information about Multicore World 2016 and its workshops, sponsorship and partnership opportunities, or any other aspects, contact: Nicolás Erdödy, Conference Director, (firstname.lastname@example.org) or use the form provided.
"Multicore World" is an initiative of Open Parallel Ltd.
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