Meeting up with old friends and making new ones is something that post-attendee surveys consistently tell us is a key reason why people attend the SC conference. And there will be plenty of folks to see at SC22 in Dallas.
Registrations for the conference are mounting, tracking at pre-pandemic numbers and predominantly for in-person attendance. If you’ve been on the fence about attending, now’s the time to make your plans to join the HPC community for what’s shaping up to be an outstanding conference. There’s still plenty of time to register; read about your registration options and then use the links in Step 4 to register.
SC22 strives to be an inclusive conference; ALL are welcome. We offer family resources including session access, a Parents Room that provides private feeding areas, and on-site care for children ages 6 months and older.
What’s Happening at SC22
Speed is the foundation of HPC, and will be at the forefront of our industry over the next year as more exascale systems come online. So it’s fitting that speed also serves as the foundation for SC22, with the theme HPC Accelerates. The conference offers a robust technical program, plus programs geared just for students and those early in their careers. Due to popular demand, pocket-sized, a program-at-a-glance guide is available at the registration desk.
A key metric of how an SC conference is shaping up is exhibit booth sales. And exhibitors are turning out to show their wares in Dallas; the exhibit hall will be filled with 350 exhibitors. Many exhibitors have increased their booth space from previous years. We’re also excited to welcome more than 50 new exhibitors, too. Be sure to grab your exhibitor map at the registration desk when you claim your badge so you can plan your stops and more easily navigate the exhibit hall.
There are options to connect with other attendees in the SC22 mobile app that will go live on November 1. The app is available for free for both Android and Apple devices; download from your app store (links will also be on the SC22 website). Once you configure the app’s settings to let you be visible to other attendees, you can interact with others whether they’re in Dallas or participating digitally.
If this will be your first time attending an SC conference, please check out the first-timers page and plan to attend the first-timers session on Monday, November 14, at 4 pm. You’ll learn tips for navigating the conference and have a chance to ask questions.
So join us in person in Dallas – or via the Digital Experience. It’s shaping up to be a great conference and we can’t wait to see you!