A report on HPCwire based on Paul Morin’s Wednesday plenary talk on mapping the poles: Satellite Advances, NSF Computation Power Rapid Mapping of Earth’s Surface – July 13
Here are some of the informative, thought-provoking stories coming out of PEARC17:
How supercomputers are uniting the US and China – July 13 (ScienceNode)
Perverse Incentives? How Economics (Mis-)shaped Academic Science – July 12 (HPCwire)
Why Tech is Failing at Diversity and How It Can Succeed – July 11 (HPCwire)
Wednesday featured another fascinating keynote, compelling presentations in multiple tracks, and visits with exhibitors. Later, attendees checked out the Visualization Showcase, with some of the most computationally intensive simulations that have recently come from HPC systems, and celebrated with a true New Orleans-style party and Zydeco music.
Tuesday started off with a band, excellent keynote, poster prep, networking, and visits with exhibitors.
Some images from a full day of workshops