SupercomputingAsia 2021: ADAPTING TO COVID-19 AND BEYOND
12:00am - 11:59pm
Co-organised by HPC centres from Singapore, Japan and Australia, SupercomputingAsia (SCA) 2021 is an annual conference that encompasses an umbrella of notable supercomputing and allied events in Asia. SCA21 will be held as a virtual conference from 2 to 4 March 2021. The key objective of SupercomputingAsia conference is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in Asia.
Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities and the Supercomputing community in Asia.
To register for this event, visit the official SCA 2021 page https://www.sc-asia.org/
A detailed copy of the conference program can be downloaded here.
(All times are listed in UTC+8)
Tuesday 2 March,
3:00 pm HPC Centre Leaders’ Forum – Navigating HPC in the New Norm Moderated by Mr Mark Stickells, Executive Director
Wednesday 3 March, Quantum Track
2:50 pm Australia’s First Quantum-Supercomputing Hub by Mr Ugo Varetto, Chief Technology Officer and Dr Maciej Cytowski, Head of Scientific Services
Wednesday 3 March, Pawsey and NCIPlenary session
11.30 am The role of high-performance computation in materials modelling at the atomic level by Professor Debra J. Bernhardt (Searles) Australian Laureate Fellow, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology and, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences at the University of Queensland.
Thursday 4 March, Industry Track
2:50 pm Next Generation Supercomputing at Pawsey Supercomputing Centre by Mark Gray, Head of Scientific Platforms
Thursday 4 March, HPC in Education Track
12.20 pm The Many Faces of HPC by Ms Ann Backhaus, Education and Training Manager