The Sustainable Scientific Software Conference (S3C) will help connect individuals and teams from the High Performance Computing (HPC) community that are working to deliver scientific software solutions in a sustainable manner. Sustainable software delivery spans the spectrum of software engineering, from design and development to DevOps, and software deployment platforms, from laptops to HPC systems. Hosted by the National Labs Information Technology (NLIT) summit, the conference will take place April 8-11, 2024, in Seattle, Washington.
The S3C committee, which includes ALCF's Yasaman Ghadar and Thomas Applencourt, is seeking broad input from the DevOps workflow community. If you are a user, application developer, DevOps engineer, or system administrator, consider submitting an abstract to discuss your successes and challenges with your peers in the community.
The call for presentations is now open - Submit your abstract by January 15, 2024.
For details on the conference, including registration, visit: https://s3c.sandia.gov/