The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) has announced its call for participation in XSEDE16, its fifth annual conference, which is scheduled for July 17 to 21, 2016, in Miami, Florida. The 2016 theme is DIVERSITY, BIG DATA, & SCIENCE AT SCALE: Enabling the Next-Generation of Science and Technology.
Papers, posters, tutorials and other submissions to the XSEDE16 technical program should emphasize results and lessons derived from collaborations with digital resource providers, including participating institutions such as NCAR, XSEDE service providers, and providers of other advanced computing resources. Work done on the Yellowstone supercomputing system is appropriate for consideration.
The conference will provide numerous opportunities for developers, applications teams, students, innovators, CIOs, IT staff, and policy makers from academia, government, industry and other organizations to engage in discussions that will assist them in significantly advancing their effective utilization of digital resources.
The XSEDE16 program offers multiple opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, who are invited to submit technical papers and posters and to participate in other student-oriented activities. A limited number of student travel grants may be available.
See the XSEDE16 site for complete details.