Call for Poster Presentations
The RIKEN Center for Computational Science (RIKEN R-CCS), Japan’s leadership center of high-performance computing, explores "the science of computing, the science by computing, and the science for computing." Especially, RIKEN R-CCS develops and operates supercomputers, facilitates other leading edge infrastructures, and conducts cutting-edge research on these supercomputers and infrastructures. In the future the so-called "Society 5.0", a challenge to integrate cyberspace with the physical world, is expected to realize a better life and society. RIKEN R-CCS has developed the Supercomputer Fugaku and expects this flagship supercomputer to be the centerpiece of simulation, big data and AI supporting Society 5.0 research.
RIKEN R-CCS has been organizing annual international symposiums to promote HPC research and development. In this 3rd symposium, we will review the first-step achievements on Fugaku enabled by simulation, big data and AI technologies and discuss the future shape of supercomputers towards the "post-Moore" era.
The R-CCS International Symposium virtual research poster session is an excellent opportunity to discuss your latest research results, projects and innovations with a global audience including your HPC peers. Submitted research poster proposals are reviewed by the Research Posters Committee.
- Submission Deadline
Jan. 6, 2021, 23.59 AOEJan. 15, 2021, AOE
- Notification of Acceptance Jan. 20, 2021
- Virtual Research Posters Session Feb. 15, 2021
AREA OF INTEREST (but not limited to)
- Supercomputing in post-Moore era
- Applications developed for the K computer
- Applications for Supercomputer Fugaku
- Arm HPC ecosystem and A64FX CPU
- Performance estimations/measurements on Fugaku
- Large-scale DL/ML; HPC for AI; and AI for HPC
- Abstracts should be written in English and should not exceed 800 words
- Abstracts must be submitted via EasyChair in PDF