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SC13

SC, held annually every November, is the world's largest international conference and exhibition for high-performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis. In addition to hosting technical meetings, the conference includes exhibitions by industry and research institutions.

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Overview


Conference Name SC13
The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
Conference Dates November 17-22, 2013
Exhibition Dates November 18-21, 2013
Place Denver, Colorado
Venue Colorado Convention Center
Website http://sc13.supercomputing.org/
Fujitsu Booth #2718

Exhibitor Forum

Exhibit Contents


Fujitsu M10 SPARC Servers

fujitsu-m10


Fujitsu's Contribution to HPC | SC13 25th Anniversary ? History of HPC

anniversary


Numerical Wind Tunnel

nwt

FACOM M-190

m-190-mcc

Booth Presentation Schedule

Monday, November 18

Time Presentaton
7:30 pm Performance Evalutation of a Symmetric Eigensolver for Very Small Matrices on 76,800 cores of the Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX10
Prof. Takahiro Katagiri, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo
* Prof. Jun'ichi Iwata and Associate Prof. Kazuyuki Uchida Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
8:00 pm Fujitsu HPC Roadmap Beyond the Petascale Computing
Toshiyuki Shimizu, Fujitsu
8:30 pm PRIMERGY x86 HPC Solutions
Naoya Tamura, Fujitsu Technology Solutions

Tuesday, November 19

Time Presentaton
11:30 am International Competitiveness for Wales in Research and Innovation
Prof. David Craddock and Prof. Martyn Guest, HPC Wales
1:30 pm Case Study: Addressing Mission-Critical Requirements in a Large Scale Supercomputing Environment
Graham Russell, PBS Technical Director, EMEA, Altair
2:00 pm Performance Evalutation of a Symmetric Eigensolver for Very Small Matrices on 76,800 cores of the Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX10
Prof. Takahiro Katagiri, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo
* Prof. Jun'ichi Iwata and Associate Prof. Kazuyuki Uchida Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
2:30 pm HMC - The New Standard for Memory Performance
Scott Graham, Micron
3:00 pm Fujitsu HPC Roadmap Beyond the Petascale Computing
Toshiyuki Shimizu, Fujitsu
3:30 pm PRIMERGY x86 HPC Solutions
Naoya Tamura, Fujitsu Technology Solutions
4:00 pm PRIMERGY HPC Systems and Intel Cluster Ready
Ullrich Becker-Lemgau, Intel

Wednesday, November 20

Time Presentaton
11:00 am Fujitsu HPC Roadmap Beyond the Petascale Computing
Toshiyuki Shimizu, Fujitsu
11:30 am International Competitiveness for Wales in Research and Innovation
Prof. David Craddock and Prof. Martyn Guest, HPC Wales
1:30 pm Develop efficiently and at-scale HPC applications on PRIMEHPC FX10
Patrick Wohlschlegel, Allinea
2:00 pm Performance Evalutation of a Symmetric Eigensolver for Very Small Matrices on 76,800 cores of the Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX10
Prof. Takahiro Katagiri, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo
* Prof. Jun'ichi Iwata and Associate Prof. Kazuyuki Uchida Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
2:30 pm Performance Improvement of Applications on the K computer
Kazuo Minami, RIKEN
3:00 pm NCI: Advancing computational and data-intensive science in Australia
Prof. Lindsay Botten, National Computational Infrastructure, Australian National University
3:30 pm PRIMERGY x86 HPC Solutions
Naoya Tamura, Fujitsu Technology Solutions

Thursday, November 21

Time Presentaton
11:00 am More than bundling: Ready-To-Go+ with COMSOL Multiphysics: meet the modeling and simulation needs of researchers, developers and designers
Winfried Geis, COMSOL Multiphysics
2:00 pm PRIMERGY x86 HPC Solutions
Naoya Tamura, Fujitsu Technolgy Solutions
2:30 pm Optimization of Parallel Multigrid Preconditioners on Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX10
Prof. Kengo Nakajima, Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo