CCubed Conference: Advances through High Performance Computing

Accelerating the Pace of Advanced Manufacturing
with High Performance Computing

In partnership with IBM, the High Performance Computing Innovation Center (HPCIC) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and official hosts, the Association for High Speed Computing, the Current Challenges in Computing (CCubed) conference brings together a premier selection of active researchers to explore the benefits and challenges of advanced computation in pursuit of highly complex decision processes.

In its sixth year, the CCubed conference is an invitation-only event partnering thought leaders from industry, government and academia to explore what it takes to expand the computational capabilities of a particular field. Kept small and informal, the vibrant mix of field leaders and the casual setting encourages lively conversation and idea sharing. Past years’ events assembled notable authorities in biomedical research, decision science, network science, energy resource modeling and climate modeling.

This year’s focus is Advanced Manufacturing. Topics of focus include additive manufacturing, process control, “digital thread” and smart manufacturing, novel material design, and certification and qualification.