The Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium 2023 (ALCS) showcases smarter and faster national research powered by HPC, AI and Data Science.
Date: 14-16 June 2023
Venue: The Shine Dome, Canberra – 15 Gordon Street, Acton 2601 ACT Australia
Format: In-person. Keynote sessions will be livestreamed.
ALCS 2023 is Australasia’s research supercomputing users’ forum, as well as a flagship promotion of High-Performance Computing and Data (HPCD) and artificial intelligence (AI), powered by national infrastructure at scale in Australasia. The symposium will bring together a multidisciplinary mix of scientists for collaborative, technical and network building sessions across three days.We
ALCS aims to showcase and share knowledge and experiences about HPCD and AI in practice within and across broad scientific research communities:
Professor Rick Stevens
Associate Laboratory Director for Computing, Environment and Life Sciences
Argonne National Laboratory
Dr Seiji Tsutsumi
Chief R&D Staff
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Professor Lisa Kewley
Director of the Center for Astrophysics Harvard & Smithsonian
Professor David Thomas
Head of the Cancer Division of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research
Professor Lloyd C.L. Hollenberg
University of Melbourne
Dr Adele Morrison
The Australian National University
Assistant Professor Simon Scheidegger
The University of Lausanne
Prof Karen Verspoor
Dr Emily Kahl
The University of Queensland
Associate Professor Tan Tin Wee
Chief Executive & Interim Technical Director of the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore
Associate Professor Alice Gabriel
UC San Diego
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Training Day registrations
Three in-person training sessions are available to all ALCS attendees.
12th National eResearch Forum - eResearch and Artificial Intelligence, presented by AeRO.
Date: 13 June 2023
Location: University House @ Rimmer Street, 3 Rimmer Street Canberra, ACT
This one-day session on the eve of ALCS will feature two Q&A panel discussions about AI and ML in eResearch, and the Research Data Culture Conversation (RDCC).