Visit Clemson University’s booth at the Supercomputing 18 conference
Clemson University will be attending this year’s Supercomputing ’18, being held in Dallas, Texas, November 11-16. SC is attended by experts in high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis from academia and industry, and by researchers using large-scale computing to solve problems in various domains in science, engineering, art and humanities.
The Clemson University Exhibition Booth at Booth #227 will showcase the Clemson research community’s activities and visions involving large-scale computing, big data analytics, and scientific visualization across all areas in science, engineering, and humanities at Clemson. See the below table for a list of presentations, and stop by the booth for an exact schedule.
While at the booth, grab a limited-edition #ClemsonSC18 sticker and take a picture with our stuffed tiger! One lucky visitor who tweets their picture with the #ClemsonSC18 hashtag will win the tiger to take home.
Clemson SC18 Presentations
|Siddhant Aggarwal||GIS and Supercomputing: Applications in Live Streaming and Machine Learning|
|Jon Calhoun||Exploring the Feasibility of Lossy Compression for Scientific Simulations|
|Alex Feltus||How 21st Century Life Science Researchers Can Leverage National Cyberinfrastructure to Analyze Petabytes of Genomics Data|
|Rong Ge||Power Bounded Computing: Opportunities, Challenges and Technologies|
|Jill Gemmill||Cybersecurity Training for Principal Investigators|
|Mariia Karabin||Using Thrill to Process Scientific Data on HPC|
|Sami Mohammed||Development of High-Resolution Storm Surge Hazard Database for the United States|
Exploring and Understanding Vast Quantities of Text Using Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality
|Alexandra Poulos||Improving Application Resilience by Extending Error Correction with Contextual Information|
|Tim Ransom||Predicting Manycore Performance on Knights Landing Using Machine Learning|
|Matthew Saltzman||A High-Performance Exact Solver for the Quadratic Assignment Problem|
|Ulf Schiller||Large-scale Simulations of Blood Flow in Brain Aneurysms: High Performance Computing for Personalized Medicine|
|Ruslan Shaydulin||Community Detection Across Emerging Quantum Architectures|
|Melissa Smith||Scalable Execution Patterns for Bioinformatics Workflows on GPU Clusters|
|Ashwin Srinath||The Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators (ACI-REF) Project: Success Stories|
Text Mining for Scientific Discovery
|Mehrdad Yousefi||3D Immersive Scientific Visualization|
|Pengfei Zou||Contention Aware Workload and Resource Co-Scheduling on Power-Bounded Systems|