The ISC workshops aim to offer attendees a concentrated and comprehensive forum for presentations, conversations, and engagement on a specific topic. Two types of workshops will be hosted.
WORKSHOPS WITH PROCEEDINGS
Workshops focused on disseminating their own call for papers and implementing a peer-review process. These workshops have specific requirements and a submission schedule. Papers that are accepted will be published in post-conference proceedings.
- 2nd International Workshop on Sustainable Supercomputing
- 5th ISC HPC International Workshop on “Monitoring & Operational Data Analytics"
- Compiler-assisted Correctness Checking and Performance Optimization for HPC
- Fourth International Workshop on RISC-V for HPC
- H3 2024: HPC on Heterogeneous Hardware
- HPC I/O in the Data Center
- Third Combined Workshop on Interactive and Urgent Supercomputing
- IXPUG Third Workshop on Communication, I/O, and Storage at Scale on Next-Generation Platforms – Scalable Infrastructures
- WOCC’24 - Second Workshop on Converged Computing on Edge, Cloud, and HPC
- WOIV'24: 8th International Workshop on In Situ Visualization
WORKSHOPS WITHOUT PROCEEDINGS
Workshops without a call for papers and no post-conference proceedings.
- 3rd Workshop on Quantum and Hybrid Quantum/Classical Computing Approaches
- 10th Annual High Performance Containers Workshop
- AI for Realistic and Reproducible Science and Engineering
- Arm HPC User Group (AHUG)
- Enhancing the symbiosis between HPC and RSE communities
- First International Workshop on Readiness of HPC Extreme-scale Applications
- HPCQS Demonstration and Stakeholder Engagement
- Ninth International Workshop on Communication Architectures for HPC, Big Data, Deep Learning and Clouds at Extreme Scale
- Powering European AI with EuroHPC Supercomputers
- SuperCompCloud: 7th International Workshop on Interoperability of Supercomputing and Cloud Technologies
- The Fifth Workshop on LLVM Compiler and Tools for HPC
- The Future of Benchmarks in Supercomputing
- Trillion Parameter Consortium (TPC) Accelerating AI for Science