The PEARC17 organizers today announced the full schedule for the Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing conference in New Orleans, July 9–13, 2017. PEARC17’s robust technical program will address issues and challenges facing those who manage, develop, and use advanced research computing throughout the nation and the world.
Featuring content submitted by the community for the community, PEARC17 will include more than 50 technical papers by professionals in the field of advanced research computing.
The conference will kick off with 20 full-day and half-day tutorials on Monday, July 10. The tutorials will cover a wide range of topics, including advancing on-campus research computing, many-core programming, cloud computing and more.
Attendees will have the opportunity to attend panel discussions focusing on workforce issues, visualization, and national-scale infrastructure. Included in PEARC17’s dynamic program will also be a poster reception, the Visualization Showcase, numerous Birds-of-a-Feather sessions, and a student program.
Also included with PEARC17 registration is the Advanced Research Computing on Campuses (ARCC) Best Practices Workshop, which is co-locating with this year’s conference. ARCC will present a full-day tutorial on Monday. Attendees need to sign-up for the ARCC tutorial as a part of tutorial registration. During the main conference, ARCC will offer focused technical sessions and panels, as well as Birds-of-a-Feather sessions.
PEARC17 Registration and Hotel Booking Deadline is May 31
May 31 is the deadline for PEARC17 attendees to register and book a room at guaranteed hotel room rates. There will be no extension of these deadlines—late registration fees will apply beginning June1.
To register, go to http://pearc17.pearc.org to register for the conference and check the latest program schedule. To book rooms, go to http:/
Being held in New Orleans July 9-13, PEARC17—Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing 2017—is for those engaged with the challenges of using and operating advanced research computing on campuses or for the academic and open science communities. This year’s inaugural conference offers a robust technical program, as well as networking, professional growth and multiple student participation opportunities.
Organizations supporting the new conference include the Advancing Research Computing on Campuses: Best Practices Workshop (ARCC); XSEDE; the Science Gateways Community Institute (SGCI); the Campus Research Computing Consortium (CaRC); the ACI-REF consortium; the Blue Waters project; ESnet; Open Science Grid; Compute Canada; the EGI Foundation; the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC); and Internet2. (need to add all current supporting/exhibitors).