The Sydney Informatics Hub hosted the Accelerated Computing for Innovation Conference (#ACIC18) last week. Around 450 people attended throughout the day, getting involved in innovative talks, meetings, hands-on posters, and many fruitful discussions.
The final program and presentations throughout the day are available from https://informatics.sydney.edu.au/hpc_conference/.
Here’s how some of the attendees and presenters experienced the day:
“It was fascinating seeing talks in the morning about bioinformatics, the challenges they face and how they are using novel approaches on high performance computing to get their work done, and then seeing similar hurdles in the AI session in the afternoon! The room is full of people working on totally different things, but with the ability to help each other”
That’s a wrap for #ACIC18. Stimulatiing speakers & enthusiastic audience. Great conference by @Sydney_CRF #SydInformatics team and sponsors the Office of Chief Scientist and Engineer, @PawseyCentre @NCInews @MelBioInf @EMBL_ABR @ands_nectar_rds @IntersectAust See you at #ACIC19 pic.twitter.com/PcxTn3rk9Y— Rosemarie Sadsad (@rosieh) September 28, 2018
We look forward to seeing you all again next year! #ACIC19
The Accelerated Computing for Innovation Conference was sponsored and supported by:
The speakers were supported by: