The HPC Advisory Council in collaboration with Barcelona Supercomputing Center - Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC) - invite you to join fellow research pioneers from around the world and explore major contributions advancing research and development.
Register today! This year draws us to the University of Santiago de Compostela and the Instituto de Investigaciones Agrobiológicas (CSIC) – Av. de Vigo 1A Campus, Universitario Sur – on the university’s south campus.
Find your way to this unique conference, historic locale and home to Supercomputing Center of Galicia (CESGA)! An awe inspiring, purposeful destination to encourage interactive exchanges and meaningful experiences for all.
- Plan your journey – refer to several resources included further below.
- Our one day conference is free of charge and includes networking breaks and lunch.
- Registration is required and is open through September 21, 2017.
Each packed agenda features luminary keynotes, expert SMEs along with invited and sponsor led talks and much more.
Join us for our 6th annual conference! Network with and learn from fellow HPC practitioners and R&D professionals and gain deeper insight on new development, emerging technologies, usage trends and essentials for pushing progress and driving our future potential.
We look forward to seeing you in Spain!
While all participants are responsible for coordination and cost of individual/group travel, accommodations, etc. here’s some information to help on the pilgrimage to the northern and western-most area in Spain, the autonomous, historic region of Galicia and its geographical center and capital city … Santiago de Compostela!
Places to stay:
Hotel Monumento - San Francisco
AC Hotel Palacio del Carmen
NH Hesperia Santiago Peregrino
Browse additional hotel offers here.
Many may prefer a pilgrimage on foot but here’s a few High Performance Considerations …too!
Air: Lavacolla airport (ICAO: LEST, IATA: SCQ) is about twenty minutes from the city center. Bus: Located in the outskirts, arrival/departure requires taking a public bus or taxi to/from the city center. Alsa is listed as one the primary bus companies with routes to/from Santiago throughout most of Spain. Train: The station is relatively close to the city center. Visit the RENFE webpage for train schedules. (Note change may be required) *Services/timetables/etc. are dependent upon their respective sources.
A great deal more info is available on the official Turismo site