This year INDIS is excited to bring two distinguished keynote speakers: Awanish Verma, Director Marketing NFV, Acceleration Wired & Wireless Group at Xilinx and Julio Ibarra, Assistant Vice President of Technology Augmented Research at Florida International University.
We invite researchers and engineers to submit proposals for the first annual ‘SCinet Technology Challenge’ (TC) intended to highlight closely-coupled operations of sophisticated networking, computing and storage infrastructures in service of advanced science applications. The SC conference series has traditionally been home to cutting-edge developments in high-performance computing (HPC), alongside those in high-performance networking (HPN), storage, and analytics. This challenge, the first of its kind, has the goal of bringing networking, computing and storage together, taking a holistic view to demonstrate the current transformation of science through advanced networked cyber-infrastructure.
The Innovating the Network for Data-Intensive Science (INDIS) workshop brings together network engineers and researchers to share challenges and potential solutions in the information systems and networking communities. SC19 will host the 6th annual INDIS workshop on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at the Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO.
Dear INDIS community
As in previous year we are pleased to announce the opportunity to submit your work to the Elsevier Future Generation Computer System (FGSC) journal.
The full Call for Paper can be found at: