CCubed Conference: Advances through High Performance Computing

Exploring the Future of Advanced Manufacturing

Intelligent factories. Novel materials. 3D printing. We’re just beginning to realize the advantages advanced manufacturing will bring to the world. As we gear up for the next Industrial Revolution, massive computing stands ready to offer opportunities and answers to questions not yet even fully articulated.

In its sixth year, the Current Challenges in Computing (CCubed) conference is a forward-looking, invitation-only event bringing together a small, select group of thought leaders from industry, government and academia to explore what it takes to expand the computational capabilities in a particular field. Past years’ events assembled notable authorities in biomedical research, decision science, network science, energy resource modeling and climate modeling.

CCubed is hosted by the Association of High Speed Computing and held in partnership with IBM and the High Performance Computing Innovation Center (HPCIC) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).