HiPC 2017 has organized two tutorials that will be conducted as two-hour sessions on Day 1 of the conference (December 18th). Tutorials offer attendees the chance to learn from and to interact with leading experts in popular areas of high performance computing, data, and analytics.

They are being held on Day 1 so that attendees may attend prior to the three days of the technical program and industry exhibits and events. It also offers students an opportunity to participate before they need to be available for the Student Research Symposium held on Days 2 and 3.

The HiPC 2017 tutorials, open to all attendees, will provide a survey of a selected development in a key emerging area of our field. Below are brief descriptions of each tutorial. We will be posting additional information, like target audience and presenter links, so please return to this page in the coming weeks.


Tutorial 1:

Introduction to Power Optimization Techniques in HPC

Presenter:  Soham Ghosh, C-DAC, India


Tutorial 2:

Programming FPGAs for HPC applications using OpenCL

Presenters: Nitya Hariharan and Rajeev Muralidhar, Intel, India


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