The latest convergence of AI and HPC, the 29th HPC Connection Workshop at ISC22

STUTTGART, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The 29th HPC Connection Workshop (HPCC) will be held online at 2:00 p.m. (CEST) on May 30, 2022 at ISC22 with the theme “The Latest Convergence of AI and HPC”. World-renowned experts and industry leaders will present the latest in the convergence of AI and HPC.

Guest speakers include:

  • Jean-Marc Denis, Chief Strategy Officer of SiPearl, will describe the new paradigms and challenges of the Exascale era with the perspective of key decisions made for the architecture and design of the Rhea processor. Rhea is built on Arm’s Neoverse V1 processor architecture, but it also has 29 RISC-V cores deployed as controllers. Rhea is expected to be deployed in a European Exascale supercomputer in 2023.

  • Radoslav Danilak, CEO of Tachyum, will provide an overview of the features and benefits of Tachyum Prodigy, the world’s first universal processor. With 128 64-bit CPU cores running at up to 5.7GHz, Prodigy not only handles general purpose computing, HPC and AI workloads on a single chip, but it does so with 10x less power budget to that of traditional equipment and at a third of the price.

  • Wolfgang Gentzsch, President of UberCloud, will summarize UberCloud’s 10 years of accomplishments and present several customer use cases, and elaborate on the fully automated, portable, self-service, multi-cloud engineering platform from UberCloud.

  • Shu Yin, Assistant Professor at ShanghaiTech University, will explain how to optimize HPC applications from an I/O perspective, and demonstrate best practices and use cases.

  • Weizheng Lu, Technical Manager of Public Computing Center of Renmin University of China, will talk about Jax-Quant-Finance and the high-performance quantitative library that brings together HPC, deep learning and financial mathematics to accelerate the solution financial problems. on heterogeneous platforms.

  • Longxiang Li, Senior HPC Engineer at Inspur Information, will detail building data-driven science workflows by coupling HPC with machine learning methods and present Inspur’s recent achievements in materials science, CFD and ocean modelling.

29and HPC Digital Workshop Connection

2 p.m. (CEST) May 30, 2022 Online


Rhea processor: overall strategic directions and specifications

Jean-Marc Denis

Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), SiPearl

Tachyum Prodigy, the world’s first universal processor

Radoslav Danilak

CEO, Tachyum

10 Years of HPC in the Cloud: From Early Cloud Experiments to a Fully Automated Multi-Cloud Simulation Platform for Complex Engineering Workflows

Wolfgang Gentzsch

President of UberCloud

Optimize HPC applications from an I/O perspective

Shu Yin

Assistant Professor, ShanghaiTech University

Jax-Quant-Finance: Bringing HPC, Deep Learning and Financial Mathematics Together

Weizheng Lu

Technical Manager of Public Computing Center, Renmin University of China

Build data-driven science workflows with machine learning and HPC applications

Longxiang Li

Senior HPC Engineer, Inspur Information

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About the HPC Connection Workshop

The HPC Connection Workshop is an international high performance computing event organized by the Asian Supercomputer Community and Inspur Information. This event takes place three times a year: during ASC in China, ISC in Germany and SC in the United States. Top researchers and leading professionals from around the world gather at the workshops to discuss the latest developments and disruptive technologies in AI and supercomputing. Visit the ASC website for highlights and videos of past events: (

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