St.Petersburg, Russia
November 14–15, 2019

Talks & master-classes

Trends in the development of computing nodes of modern supercomputers (architecture and infrastructure)

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November 14, 16:50
Room I|I зал
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The review of computing nodes of modern supercomputers (architecture and infrastructure) will be presented to the conference participants. There will also be demonstrated the technological challenges to be solved when entering the exascale level. The report belongs to the category “state-of-the-art” and will certainly be of interest to many participants.

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Igor Odintsov

Head of Scientific Research Department, RSC

Education: St. Petersburg state University, mathematician.

Head of R&D Department, RSC. From 1992 to 2004, he worked as a technical leader and project Manager for the development of compilers at Elbrus MCST under a contract with Sun Microsystems, Inc. From 2004 to 2009, he led a project to develop a distributed computing system at Intel Corporation, and from 2009 to 2015 he worked as a Manager for strategic development and University programs at Intel Corporation in Russia. More than 25 years he taught at the faculty of mathematics and mechanics of St. Petersburg state University. An active speaker at academic and professional conferences. Author of more than 50 scientific publications, as well as monographs “Professional programming. System approach”, published in the publishing house “SPb: BHV-Petersburg” two editions.

Interview for SECR participants (in Russian)