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This year's theme is "High-Speed Impact." More than ever, the combination of high-performance computing and fast data is a game-changer for companies and organizations that push the boundaries of technical competitive advantage. Whether in manufacturing, life sciences, medicine, distribution, agriculture, retail, oil & gas, or technology itself, the capabilities of advanced systems and expertise is accelerating the impact of innovation.
Of particular interest this year is the impact of iForge, NCSA's purpose-built computational system for engineering, and of NCSA's Blue Waters Project, soon to be one of the world's most powerful supercomputers.
On Tuesday, May 8 there will be technical sessions led by NCSA and its partner organizations, including software and data challenges related to advanced science and engineering. Wednesday will feature keynotes, presentations and panels from industry and academia. Thursday there will be private partner-only meetings.
For complete meeting information, see http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/Conferences/2012Meeting/