Join the Research Computing Technology Day all about Deep Learning and HPC



By Grant Gustafson | August 07, 2017 | HPC, deep learning



You've probably noticed an uptick in talk about machine learning and deep learning in your circle of HPC friends and colleagues. People are finding new ways to apply deep learning to all sorts of business problems and using HPC clusters to provide the compute power. But things are changing so rapidly that it's hard to keep up with all the new libraries, frameworks, architectures, and tools you can choose from. 

That's why we've gotten together with some of our partners to bring you the Research Computing Technology Day: Deep Learning and HPC. The event is sponsored by Bright Computing, NVIDIA, Data in Science Technologies, and Excelero.  Our goal is to provide insights by thought leaders around deep learning in HPC. Come on out and join your peers for a visionary technical discussion to hear leaders in HPC deep learning share what’s next in this space, lessons learned, and next generation tools for the advancement of science and research. 

There will be speakers from each sponsor, plus a special guest speaker, Peyton McNully from the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology.

If you plan to be in Decatur, GA on September 27th, and have an interest in HPC deep learning, register for this Research Computing Technology Day. Seating is limited, so RSVP early. You'll be glad you did.