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Experience AI-Accelerated HPC with Intel at ISC 2024

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Get ready for next-generation HPC and AI at ISC High Performance 2024 in Hamburg, May 12 – 16, where Intel and our ecosystem partners will showcase technologies spanning software, systems, solutions, and silicon. Visit Intel at booth D20 to experience live demos of Intel’s HPC and AI technologies and learn how to use Intel technologies to deploy modern code and accelerate the most demanding workloads in our Ask the Expert Zone.

Join us in our Special Session on Tuesday, May 14, at 6:45 p.m. in Hall 4 where Andrew Richards, Founder and CEO of Codeplay, an Intel company, will discuss Unlocking the Next 35 Years of Software for HPC and AI. Learn how you can accelerate scientific projects with software using entirely open platforms and how these open software platforms can be applied to new hardware accelerators. See the progress that has been made in opening up accelerated computing to innovators and hear how the Unified Acceleration (UXL) Foundation’s cross-platform accelerated programming model for AI and HPC at scale will bring openness to the next revolution in computing.

Ask the Experts Zone

At the Intel Ask the Expert Zone, HPC and AI software and technology experts from Intel will be on hand to answer your questions on hot topics around HPC advancements and open accelerated computing. Check out the schedule below as part of your event plan!


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Live Demos at ISC 2024

Intel will feature five live demos that will showcase a broad set of workloads running on Intel technologies, including next-generation Intel® Xeon® processors, Intel® Gaudi® 2 accelerators, and Intel® Data Center GPUs.

  • NEMO Climate Modeling Performance – Powered by Intel® Xeon® 6 Processors – See a state-of-the-art modeling framework used for research activities and forecasting services in ocean and climate sciences powered by Intel® Xeon® 6 processors.
  • Integrating AI into Physics and HPCUtilizing Intel's tiny-dpcpp-nn AI library for multi-layer Perceptrons (MLP), we will highlight the excellent performance of Intel® Data Center GPU Max 1550 when applied to Physics Informed Machine Learning and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
  • The Rise of Dawn for Science – A Scalable System Powered by Intel® – See scientific use cases running on the UK AI supercomputer, Dawn, from the University of Cambridge featuring the latest HPC on Intel technology and software. Experience diverse AI accelerated use-cases from fluid dynamics to healthcare, climate science, and weather prediction.
  • Multimodal LLM with RAG Integration – Trained on Intel® Gaudi® AI Accelerator – A multimodal Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) system which allows for chatting and Q&A with a large video corpus. This demo showcases a multimodal LLM and multimodal transformer models trained on Intel® Gaudi® 2 AI accelerators in the Intel® Tiber™ Developer Cloud.
  • Language Model Assisted Generation of Images with CoherenceA new AI method to create 360-degree panoramas, immersive video, or 3D scenes from diverse input types (images, text, and hand-drawings), leveraging Intel® Gaudi® 2 AI accelerators.

Contributed Programs

To gain more experience with using oneAPI with SYCL to accelerate heterogeneous systems, join Intel and our experts in the following sessions at ISC 2024:

  • Hands-On HPC Application Development Using C++ and SYCL: Sunday, May 12, 2:00 – 6:00 PM
  • Performance Engineering for Linear Solvers: Sunday, May 12, 2:00 – 6:00 PM
  • Welcome to C++ 23, the “Pandemic” Edition and C++ NEXT in 2026: Wednesday, May 15, 2:30-3:30 PM
  • IXPUG Third Workshop on Communications, I/O, and Storage at Scale on Next Generation Platforms – Scalable Infrastructures: Thursday, May 15, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

For the latest schedules, information and news, visit and stop by the Intel ISC 2024 booth (D20).

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