9th Multicore World conference
18, 19, 20 February 2020
Wellington, New Zealand
Tickets with 30% discount for a VERY limited time!
While we’re updating the site to the 2020 edition, we’re offering the first LIMITED batch of tickets with a unique 30% discount! This won’t last so buy now here!
UPDATED 15 October 2019
Some of the already confirmed speakers for Multicore World 2020 are
- Jim Ang, PhD. Chief Scientist for Computing, Dept of Energy, Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL), USA
Ruud van der Pas – Distinguished Engineer, Performance Geek -at Oracle Linux and Virtualization Engineering organization, Oracle, Inc. Santa Clara, California. USA / Netherlands
Ariel Hendel, Infrastructure Technologist, Facebook, Inc. Menlo Park, USA.
Prof Ian Foster, Distinguished Fellow, Argonne National Lab – Arthur Holly Compton Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, University of Chicago, USA
Satoshi Matsuoka – Director, RIKEN Centre for Computational Science. Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology. Fellow, Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. Director, Joint AIST-Tokyo Tech Open Innovation Lab on Real World Big Data Computing
NEW! – Roger McNamee – High-Tech investor – Co-founder Elevation Partners, USA
Peter Braam – Visiting Professor – University of Oxford, UK
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!
At Multicore World 2018, The Hon Dr Megan Woods, New Zealand’s Minister of Research, Science and Innovation – Energy and Resources and Government Digital Services welcomes Ruud van der Pas (Oracle -shaking hands) and Martin Hilgeman (Dell-EMC) -both from the Netherlands.
Some of Multicore World 2017 participants: Nathan DeBardeleben (LANL, USA), John Gustafson (A*STAR, Singapore), Dave Jaggar (ex-Arm, New Zealand), Andreas Wicenec (ICRAR, Australia), Victoria Mclennan (OptimalBI, New Zealand), Happy Sithole (CHPC, South Africa), Paul McKenney (IBM, USA), Balasz Gerofi (Riken, Japan) among others.
Featured image: Pivot Photography – through Wellington Resource Hub
All others: Open Parallel Ltd
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