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Challenges for meeting computing-capacity demand in the energy industry for the next decade
The Oil and Gas High Performances Computing (HPC) Conference, March 4-6, 2019 and hosted annually at Rice University, is the premier meeting place for networking and discussion focused on computing and information technology challenges and needs in the oil and gas industry. High-end computing and information technology continues to stand out across the industry as a critical business enabler and differentiator with a relatively well understood return on investment. However, challenges such as constantly changing technology landscape, increasing focus on software and software innovation, and escalating concerns around workforce development still remain.
The agenda for the conference includes invited keynote and plenary speakears, parallel sessions made up of at least four presentations each and a student poster session.
Technical themes for conference sessions are developed based on current challenges and the diversity and strengths of the abstracts received.
This conference has become the key venue for planners and practitioners alike. This is a forum for taking the pulse of industry needs and discussing challenges, opportunities and new development at the interface of the oil and gas industry, the IT industry and the academic and research community.
Mar 4, 2019 12:00:00 AM
The Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology at Rice University
Rice University, Houston, Texas