February 19-21, 2018 | Linz (Austria)



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The Austrian HPC Meeting 2018 (AHPC18), sponsored by the Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC), will be held from February 19-21, 2018, at Courtyard Marriott in Linz (Upper Austria, Austria). AHCP18 will start with the Opening Celebration of the MACH-2 Supercomputer at JKU where all participants are welcome. On February 22, 2018, two workshops, the Bioinformatics Workshop and the InnoHPC Workshop, will be held in parallel.


Bringing together scientists and technicians with a background and interest in supercomputing, the conference focuses on several aspects of state-of-the-art topics, as well as on the future development of HPC in Austria. Recent developments and trends for efficient and successful supercomputer applications are presented and discussed in keynote lectures and presentations.


AHPC18 is also intended as a platform to  make use of inherent synergies and foster the exchange of knowledge and information to promote fruitful collaborations thus enhancing sustainable HPC developments in Austria.


AHPC18 is organized by groups from JKU, Linz and RISC Software GmbH, Hagenberg in close cooperation with the Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC)





Important Dates


 • Abstract Submission Deadline:  December 8, 2017 (extended deadline)
 • Notification of Acceptance:  December 15, 2017
 • End of Registration:  December 21, 2017


Registration is open until January 31, but no hotel room reservation is possible any more!





The Austrian HPC Meeting 2018 - AHPC18 is sponsored by the Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC)



Organizing Committee:

  • Ulrich Langer, Director of the Institute for Computational Mathematics (NuMa), JKU, Linz
  • Wolfgang Schreiner,  Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC), JKU, Linz
  • Cornelia Staub, RISC Software GmbH, Hagenberg
  • Karoly Bosa, RISC Software GmbH, Hagenberg






Bioinformatics Workshop





InnoHPC Workshop