Join RC at the RMACC Symposium August 15-17


SEEC Building
4001 Discovery Drive
Boulder, CO

RMACC and Research Computing would like to invite you to attend the 2017 RMACC HPC Symposium August 15-17th. This year’s symposium will feature two exciting keynotes; an innovative debate about the Future of HPC Architecture featuring panelists from Intel, HPE, Nvidia, and Mellanox and a presentation by filmmaker Kenji Williams “Bella Gaia-  Data Visualization and Interaction”.

  The Symposium will be held at CU Boulder’s Sustainability, Energy & Environment Complex (SEEC).  Registration is $150, which includes all conference materials and meals plus a Reception.  The Student registration fee is $30, and Post-Doc students can sign up for $75, thanks to support from the many event sponsors (listed below). For those only able to attend the Aug. 17th Tutorials, registration will be $100.

Information about the Symposium, including the program schedule and registration information can be found at the website:

The Symposium’s technical program features six concurrent tracks covering a wide range of advanced computing topics, with a particular emphasis on data analytics and visualization.  Tutorial sessions feature the acclaimed "Supercomputing in Plain English" series by Henry Neeman, in addition to classes on python, R, and Singularity taught by experts from around the region.  Other technical presentations will cover HPC-related resources such as Globus, the Open Science Grid, Amazon EC2, and BRO.

 The annual symposium– recognized as one of the nation’s leading regional events in the HPC field – brings together faculty, researchers, industry leaders and students from throughout the Rocky Mountain Region. Special beginner level tutorials and workshops are included for those new to the HPC field.