The Intel HPC team participates in events throughout the year in many virtual and geographic locations. Listen to one of our keynotes or find presentation materials and demos from previous conferences, or learn about upcoming events below.
March 2 - 4, 2021
The key objective of SupercomputingAsia conference is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in Asia. Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities and the Supercomputing community in Asia.
Joseph (Joe) Curley serves Intel Corporation as Senior Director, oneAPI Products, Solutions, & Ecosystem, IAGS. His responsibilities include identifying and drive key market and customer requirements into Intel’s portfolio of products and platforms. Mr. Curley joined Intel Corporation in 2007, and has served in multiple other planning, ecosystem development, and business leadership roles. Prior to joining Intel, Joe worked at Dell, Inc. leading the global workstation product line, consumer and small business desktops, and in a series of engineering roles. He began his career at computer graphics pioneer Tseng Labs.
Dr. Robert W. Wisniewski is an ACM Distinguished Scientist, IEEE Senior Member, the CTO and Chief Architect for High Performance Computing and a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation. He is the technical lead and PI for Aurora, the supercomputer to be delivered to Argonne National Laboratory that will achieve greater than an exaflop of computation. He is also the lead architect for Intel's cohesive and comprehensive software stack that was used to seed OpenHPC, and serves on the OpenHPC governance board as chairman. He has published over 80 papers in the area of high performance computing, computer systems, and system performance, has filed over 59 patents with 46 issued, has an h-index of 40 with over 6700 citations, and has given over 73 external invited presentations. Before coming to Intel, he was the chief software architect for Blue Gene Research and manager of the Blue Gene and Exascale Research Software Team at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Facility, where he was an IBM Master Inventor and led the software effort on Blue Gene/Q, which received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, was the most powerful computer in the world in June 2012, and occupied 4 of the top 10 positions on Top 500 list.