9th Multicore World conference
18, 19, 20 February 2020
Wellington, New Zealand
(Friday 21 February – “Un-conference” day)
Tickets with 15% discount for a VERY limited time!
While we’re updating the site to the 2020 edition, we’re offering a LIMITED batch of tickets with a unique 15% discount! This won’t last so buy now here!
UPDATED 27 November 2019
Some of the already confirmed speakers for Multicore World 2020 are
Prof Anne C. Elster, Professor of HPC in Computer Science at NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Co-founder and Co-director of NTNU’s Computational Science and Visualization program. Trondheim, Norway – NEW!
Laura Monroe, Senior Research Scientist, Ultrascale Research Center, Los Alamos National Lab (LANL), Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA – NEW!
Ewa Deelman, Director, Science Automation Technologies, University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute, Los Angeles, USA – NEW!
Rick Stevens, Argonne National Labs Associate Laboratory Director for Computing, Environment and Life Sciences, Chicago, USA – NEW!
Andrew Richards, CEO and Founder, Codeplay, Edinburgh, UK – NEW!
Prof Bruce Jacob, Keystone Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and former Director of Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland in College Park, USA – NEW!
Balazs Gerofi, Research Scientist, System Software Team, RIKEN-CCS, Tokyo, Japan – NEW!
Jeffrey S. Vetter – Leader, Future Technologies Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), USA
Samantika Sury – Principal Engineer, Intel, USA
Mark Moir – Architect, Oracle Labs, Wellington, New Zealand
Chris (Hippie Hacker) McClimans – CEO, ii. Tauranga, New Zealand
Duncan Hall – Strategy Manager, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade (MFAT), New Zealand
Malini Bhandaru – Open Source Lead for IoT & Edge, VMware – USA
And many more TBC soon!
Welcome to New Zealand!
Featured image: Pivot Photography – through Wellington Resource Hub
All others: Open Parallel Ltd
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