Training at ACES Researcher Workshop July 12-15
ACES is an NSF-funded composable computing testbed that offers some of the latest computing technologies in a disaggregated framework. These include the Intel Sapphire Rapids processors, Graphcore IPUs, Intel/Bittware FPGAs, NEC Vector Engines, Intel Ponte Vecchio GPUs, and NVIDIA H100 GPUs. The agenda includes talks, tutorials on how to use AI/ML and numerical simulation techniques on these architectures, and opportunities to network with people. Participants are invited to give short presentations and share their stories with the community. Travel support is available and will be provided to the accepted participants. To learn more about the workshop and apply, please visit u.tamu.edu/aces-wkshp. You will need your CV /biosketch to complete the application process (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSckkQhyAPwNHUbEPFebWWNDXZxDpNfvikPd9nCo3vekLw_AQA/viewform). Graduate students and postdoctoral associates are encouraged to apply!
The application deadline is May 23rd.