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Prof Michael Kelly – Prince Philip Professor of Technology at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr. John L. Gustafson : Visiting Scientist – A*Star, Singapore. Inventor, Gustafson's Law. Author, Unum Computing. Former Chief Product Architect, AMD; Director, INTEL; Principal Architect HPC applications, SUN Microsystems.
Pete Beckman – Director, Exascale Technology and Computing Institute, Argonne National Laboratory, USA. Lead, Projects Argo & Array of Things
Prof Tony Hey – Chief Data Scientist, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), UK. Fmr Corporate VP, Microsoft Research.
Happy Sithole – Director, Centre of High Performance Computing, South Africa.
Paul McKenney – Distinguished Engineer, IBM Linux Technology Center, Beaverton, Oregon, USA.
Prof Michelle Simmons – Scientia Professor of Physics, University of New South Wales, Australia. Director, Centre for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology, School of Physics, NSW.
Jonathan Bradford – Senior Project Engineer, real-time systems, Rockwell Automation, USA.
Victoria MacLennan – Managing Director, Optimal BI, New Zealand. Co-Chair, NZ Rise. Winner, 2016 New Zealand IT Professional of the Year.
Paul Fenwick – Managing Director, Perl Training Australia. 2013 O'Reilly Open Source award for outstanding contributions to the open source community.
Filippo Spiga – Head of Research Software Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK. Executive Director & Release Manager, Quantum ESPRESSO Foundation.
Prof. Thomas Fahringer, Head of the Distributed and Parallel Systems Group at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Innsbruck, Austria. General Coordinator, AllScale project.
François Kapp – Sub-system Manager at SKA SA, South Africa.
Dave Jaggar – Retired, former Head of Architecture Design, ARM – Cambridge, UK, and former Director ARM Design Center Austin-Texas, New Zealand.
Mark Moir – Principal Investigator of the Scalable Synchronization Research Group at Oracle Labs, USA – New Zealand. Mark is giving a talk in every Multicore World since its creation in 2012.