Early Registration Fees
(valid until May 15, 2013)
For more details, please visit:
Conference Pass
Research Pass
Exhibition Pass
Sunday Mon,Tue,Wed
(per Day) Mon-Wed Mon-Wed
(per Day)
Thu Mon-Thu Mon,Tue,Wed
Thu Mon-Thu
Industry € 330
€ 120 € 300 € 250 € 150 € 100 € 500
€ 330 € 195 € 1.090
Academia € 220
€ 220 € 130 € 730
Students € 80
€ 80 € 50 € 265
Fees cover full catering. A 19% government-mandated value-added-tax (VAT) will be added to all indicated fees.
Register by
May 15, 2013
and save with these early bird rates!
The ISC registration fee includes local travel within Leipzig (zone 110)
If you fly with any of the Star Alliance members, you are
eligible for a discount of up to 20 percent for yourself and
your companion.
Our hotel booking partner, KIT offers accommodations in selected price categories.
The Industry Track
Tuesday, June 18 – Wednesday, June 19
The goal of the
Industry Track
is to help com-
mercial firms, who often have different compu-
ting requirements and acquisition models than
those at scientific institutions, make informed
decisions about acquiring and managing HPC
The following sessions are planned
in the industry track:
HPC provisioning concepts for the industrial sector
Independent software vendors (ISVs) and their HPC products for industry
Cloud HPC for SMEs
An invited talk about the common needs of engineering and scientific research in regard to HPC
An overview of the SME market
Panel: The role of HPC in the future of digital manufacturing
Many case studies will be presented over the course of two days, to provide the audience
an overview of HPC use in industry
The 2013 Keynotes
Monday, June 17 | 11:00 am
Conference Keynote
Future Challenges of Large-Scale Computing
Prof. Dr. Bill Dally,
Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor,
Stanford University & Chief Scientist and SVP of Research, NVIDIA
Tuesday, June 18 | 5:15 pm
s Law in the Year 2020
Stephen S. Pawlowski,
Senior Fellow, Chief Technology Officer for
the Datacenter & Connected Systems Group (DCSG) & General
Manager for the Architecture Group & DCSG Pathfinding, Intel
Wednesday, June 19 | 5:15 pm
HPC Achievement & Impact 2013
Prof. Dr. Thomas Sterling
, Professor, School of Informatics & Computing
and Chief Scientist & Associate Director, CREST, Indiana University
Thursday, June 20 | 12:15 pm
Fooling the Masses with Performance Results:
Old Classics & Some New Ideas
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wellein,
Head of High Performance
Computing Group, Erlangen Regional Computing Center
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