Industrial Talk

Transforming from Single Purpose HPC to Large Purpose HPC

– by Bharatkumar Sharma

IEEE Bangalore Section

Outline of the talk

HPC, Deep Learning and High Performance Visualization are one of the fastest moving fields today. These are fueled by the advancements in computing power as well as availability of big-data. This talk covers the latest trends and technologies and Nvidia’s contributions towards advancing these fields.

About the Speaker


Bharatkumar Sharma

Bharatkumar has around 8 years of development and research experience in domain of Software Architecture, Distributed and Parallel Computing. He is currently working with Nvidia as a Senior Solution Architect, South Asia. Worked as Software Architect with expertise in designing for Non Functional Requirements and consultation for Software Migration to latest heterogeneous parallel architectures.

Bharat has received his master degree in Information Technology from Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT, Bangalore). He has published papers and journal articles in field of Parallel Computing and Software Architecture.


RSC Tornado – hot water cooled and ultra-high dense HPC solution for energy efficient and compact supercomputing

– by Alexander Moskovsky

About the Speaker

Alexander Moskovsky

Alexander Moskovsky is a CEO and co-founder of RSC Technologies, part of RSC Group, leading Russian innovative HPC solution provider and developer. He received M.S. and Ph.D. degree from Moscow State University in 1997 and 2001, respectively. Prior to RSC, he has been at research positions at Russian Academy of Sciences, and software engineering in VDI (now EPAM) and Digital Equipment Corporation.


Intel® Technologies for HPC for masses

– by Austin Cherian

Outline of the talk

High Performance Computing has its roots in non-commercial, academic, national lab and governmental environments where very large, compute-intensive workloads and applications are executed. According to recent data from IDC HPC, economically-attractive clusters have become the common denominator across most HPC deployments. In parallel, the continuing maturation of HPC ISV commercial business software, the refinement of operating system & cluster software, and the consistent availability of more computing power at lower cost have opened up the inherent performance advantages of HPC clusters to a much wider community of users. Please join Intel for an overview of the current HPC marketplace and the potential alternatives of utilizing High Performance Computing clusters for both increased productivity and competitive advantage.

About the Speaker

Austin Cherian

Austin Cherian is Business Development Manager in Developer Product Division of the software and Services group at Intel. Austin works with the HPC community in the Asia Pacific region to help them realize performance optimizations on the latest intel computing platforms to achieve higher compute performance and scalability goals. Austin has an MS in software systems and currently specializes in optimizations on the Intel Co-processor platforms code named Intel Xeon Phi Co-Processor.