Submissions open for Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium 2023
The Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium (ALCS), a unique event for Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia’s high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI) and Data Science communities, is now accepting submissions to present within the scientific streams.
The submission portal has all the details you need to know to submit a presentation or poster to the symposium. Submissions will be reviewed by the ALCS Scientific Committee.
Submit your abstract now!
Submissions will be open until Friday 17 March, with outcomes announced shortly thereafter.
14-16 June 2023
The Shine Dome
Format: In-person. Keynotes will be livestreamed.
Presented by NeSI, NCI Australia, and the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre, ALCS is Australasia’s research supercomputing users’ forum, as well as a flagship promotion of HPC, AI, and Data Science in our region. Registration is now open, so get in quick.
What is ALCS?
ALCS brings together computational researchers from across the spectrum of science for a multidisciplinary mix of collaborative, technical, and networking sessions in several streams:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Earth System Science
Bioinformatics and Life Science
Art and Social science
Scholarships available – apply now!
NeSI is keen to support representation and participation from Aotearoa New Zealand research communities at ALCS2023. If you're considering submitting a talk, please reach out to NeSI to discuss scholarship opportunities or other ways we can support you to participate in this symposium.
This will be a major opportunity to meet with and learn from peer researchers, all at the forefront of HPC, AI and Data Science research.
In addition, NCI will be offering HPC and AI training courses on the 13th of June, open to all ALCS attendees. Further details about ALCS and the training day will be posted on the event website.
We look forward to seeing you in Canberra in June at #ALCS2023.