Carlos J. Barrios H. is Doctor in Computer Science from Université de Nice-Côte d'Azur, France, Master in Applied Mathematics and Informatics from Université de Grenoble, same in France and Systems Engineer of the Universidad Industrial de Santander in Colombia. With an experience in HPC and Advanced Computing from several years, he works in HPC and Advanced Computing Architectures, mainly in Performance Evaluation in the hardware/software interaction. Today, he is the director of the High Performance and Scientific Computing Center of the Universidad Industrial de Santander (SC3UIS), Associated Professor of the Systems Engineering and Informatics School of the same University and general chair of the Advanced Computing System for Latin America and Caribbean, SCALAC. He is part of the chair table and steering committees of several HPC conferences and workshops (CARLA, CCGRID, ISUM, ISC-WHPCPEULATAM, EAGE-WHPCS... ) and co-chair and co-founder of the Supercomputing and Distributed Systems Camping School, SCCAMP. He is also NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute Instructor and he participates in different public and private HPC/Advanced Computing Projects in Latin America and Europe.
The Advanced Computing Ultimatum: Challenges from Post Moore to Quantum Computing Architectures
Disruption in Computing following AI necessities (possible to threat due to computer power now) and (non) traditional issues with new architecture configurations in hardware and software are a heavy reality to reformulate what is advanced and high performance computing today. This talk show challenges in detail in advanced computing addressed to computer scientists and high performance computing specialists: hardware and software today challenges and trends, open questions from Post Moore realities to Quantum Computing dreams.