ISC’14 Announces New Passport and Pricing Structure
The ISC’14 conference and exhibition are now open for registration. A new passport system has been introduced this year that includes five different categories enabling attendees to register for the entire program, the exhibition, the tutorial series, a special focus program the ISC team has put together, or just specific days. All conference passes include free public transportation within Leipzig during the duration of the conference.
Also new this year is a “Special Focus Pass,” designed for new attendees, which provides access to a good selection of scientific and industry-related programs at a competitive price, including keynotes, Industry Innovation through HPC, research papers, posters, birds-of-a-feather, vendor showdown, exhibitor forum, the exhibition and social events.
Taking place from June 22 to 26, the conference consists of half-day and full-day tutorials, a conference track that offers a diversity of subjects, ranging from big data and quantum computing, to status reports on ongoing research like the European Human Brain Project, to exascale initiatives and the TOP500.
The ISC Student Cluster Competition will return to the show floor, this time with 11 teams from around the globe. To find out who is competing this year for the best team title, click here.
The HPC Advisory Council meeting also is back. It will take place on Sunday, June 22, and requires an additional registration.
The full five-day program can be viewed via the agenda planner, which attendees can use to select sessions and events that match their interests and to organize their days at the conference.
Check out all the different passports and the fees structure here. By registering between now and May 15, attendees can save up to 25 percent off the onsite price.