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Emerging Technologies


In the Emerging Technologies Track of the Technical Program, SC14 will provide a showcase for high-risk, high-reward hardware and software technologies that may significantly change the world of HPC in the next ten years. For example, technologies like reconfigurable computing, new SoC designs, alternative programming systems, and novel cooling techniques may offer near-term benefits, while new device technologies, like carbon nanotubes, non-volatile memory, quantum computing, and chip-level optical interconnects offer potentially paradigm-changing benefits over the long- term.

The SC14 Emerging Technologies Committee select these technologies from submissions, based on a peer-review process with a single round of reviews. Successful projects advocate future technologies with the potential to influence computing and society as a whole. Those selected receive free exhibit floor space in a high visibility location; this location will allow attendees the opportunity to witness technology demonstrations, see presentations, and hold in-depth technical discussions.

Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Jeffrey Vetter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Georgia Institute of Technology

Sadaf R. Alam, Swiss National Supercomputing Centre
Roy Campbell, DoD HPCMP
Robert Colwell, DARPA
William Harrod, DOE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research
David E. Keyes, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
Volodymyr Kindratenko, NCSA
Jesus Labarta, Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Michael Mascagni, Florida State University
Hiroshi Nakashima, Kyoto University
Daniel A. Reed, University of Iowa
Joel Saltz, Stony Brook University

Questions: emerging-technologies@info.supercomputing.org