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IXPUG Annual Fall Conference - 2021
This Intel eXtreme Performance Users Group (IXPUG) conference is focused on all aspects of adopting and employing state-of-the-art technologies and practices for optimal application execution on Intel XPU platforms. The challenges surrounding application performance and scalability will be covered across all levels, including tuning and optimization of diverse sets of applications on large-scale HPC systems. This includes system hardware beyond the processor (memory, interconnects, etc.), accelerators (e.g., GPUs, FPGAs), as well as topics related to oneAPI, software tools, programming models, HPC workloads, and more.

Key themes: high-performance computing, data analytics, artificial intelligence (machine learning and deep learning), HPC in the cloud, and COVID-19 related biomedical simulations and data analytics applications.

The conference draws expert software developers, scientists, researchers, academics, systems analysts, students, and end-users. It will feature keynote/invited talks, 30-minute technical sessions, lightning talks, hands-on tutorials, and site updates. Each year IXPUG brings together speakers from a wide variety of HPC organizations, renowned industry leaders, and Intel experts to share their real-world experiences, best practices, and techniques for maximizing software productivity and efficiency. Be part of this interactive, open forum with live Q&A!
Oct 19, 2021 10:00 AM
Oct 20, 2021 10:00 AM
Oct 21, 2021 10:00 AM
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Speakers

Dr. Lela Vuković
Professor @University of Texas at El Paso
Dr. Lela Vuković is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). Dr. Vuković's laboratory focuses on using computational methods to advance the applications of nucleic acids in biology and nanotechnology, and to design molecules with high-affinity target binding. Specific research projects in the lab involve the development of computational methods for the design of new nanosensors to detect the presence of molecules important to brain function, and the computational modeling of nanoparticles that disrupt viral pathways. Prior to joining the faculty at UTEP, Dr. Vuković was a Postdoctoral Fellow under the advisement of Dr. Klaus Schulten in the NSF Frontier Center for the Physics of Living Cells at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Diego Donzis
Associate Professor @Turbulence and Advanced Computations Lab, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University
Kiran Bhaganagar
Professor, Program Director and Chair of Graduate Studies Committee @Center for Advanced Measurements in Extreme Environments, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UTSA