DDN USER GROUP AT SC17

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Join your HPC community colleagues and DDN executive and technical leadership to share insights and hear how other leading global organizations are assessing and leveraging technology to raise the bar on HPC innovations and best practices. From exciting user presentations to engaging roundtable conversations and groundbreaking technology updates, this can’t-miss event provides you with ideas and inspiration to help your cutting-edge HPC initiatives transform the world. Come back and visit this page often – a complete agenda and more event details to come!

AGENDA

TIME TOPIC
2:30 Registration and Check-In
3:00 Paul Bloch President | DDN
Welcome
3:05 Tim Pugh Director, Supercomputer Programme | Australian Bureau of Meteorology
Our Move to a new Data Production Service
3:25 James Coomer VP, Product Marketing & Benchmarks | DDN
DDN Applied Technologies, Performance and Use Cases
3:35 Ron Hawkins Director, Industry Relations | San Diego Supercomputer Center / University of California, San Diego
BioBurst — Leveraging Burst Buffer Technology for Campus Research Computing
3:50 Jake Carroll Senior ICT Manager, Research Computing | The Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland, Australia
MeDiCI: How to withstand a research data tsunami
4:10 Bret Weber EVP Engineering | DDN
Technology and Architecture-Future Trends
4:25 BREAK

 

4:45 Joel Zysman Director of Advanced Computing | University of Miami Center for Computational Science
Sensors, AI, and Storage: Accelerating Smart City Development
5:05 Dr. Peter Clapham Team Leader, Informatics Systems Group | Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Experiences in providing secure multi-tenant Lustre access to OpenStack
5:25 Eric Barton CTO, Software Defined Storage | DDN
How IME Unlocks Application Performance Now and in the Future
5:35 Dr. Stephan Schenk Head of HPC | BASF
A Petascale HPC System @ BASF
5:55 Robert Triendl SVP Global Sales, Marketing & Field Services | DDN
Closing Remarks and Start of Networking Reception

When

Date: November 13, 2017

Time: 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Where

Embassy Suites
Downtown Convention Center
1420 Stout St
Denver, CO 80202

DDN AT SC17

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