Blue Knot Presents: See the Supercomputer
Tuesday, December 10
A Night with Stampede at the Texas Advanced Computing Center
J.J. Pickle Research Campus Directions/Parking
Join Blue Knot at the Texas Advanced Computing Center for a talk and tour of 'Stampede', the 6th most powerful supercomputer in the world. Blue Knot Chair and TACC Industry Partnerships Director, Melyssa Fratkin, will provide an overview of the impact that TACC is having on science and society through the use of advanced computing technologies. University of Texas researcher Katrin Erk will also be on hand to share how her team leveraged TACC systems to support cutting-edge research in natural language processing -- making it easier for computers to understand us.
This is a unique opportunity to learn more about the incredible computing capabilities available at TACC, how they are impacting our daily lives, and how your company could benefit.
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