[luv-announce] LUV Main December 2017 Meeting - ISC and TERATEC: A Tale of Two Conferences

Andrew Pam andrew at sericyb.com.au
Tue Nov 21 22:50:49 AEDT 2017

Start: Dec 5 2017 18:30
End: Dec 5 2017 20:30
Location: Mail Exchange Hotel, 688 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Link: http://mailexchangehotel.com.au/


Lev Lafayette, ISC and TERATEC: A Tale of Two Conferences

This year the International Supercomputing Conference and TERATEC were
held in close proximity, the former in Frankfurt from June 17-21 and the
latter in Paris from June 27-28. Whilst the two conferences differ
greatly in scope (one international, one national) and language (one
Anglophone, the other Francophone), the dominance of Linux as the
operating system of choice at both was overwhelming.

This presentation will provide an overview of the two conferences
concentrating on the two items of particular focus. Firstly, the
advances and use of Linux in the field of automated vehicles, which was
prevalent at ISC, and secondly, health care data metrics, which was
prevalent at the second. The presentation will also provide some reasons
for how Linux has come to dominate in the field of research computing,
and what threats and opportunities exist to its use.

Mail Exchange Hotel, 688 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Food and drinks will be available on premises.

LUV December 2017 end of year celebration: Meetup Mixup Melbourne

Start: Dec 21 2017 18:00
Location: Loop Project Space and Bar, 23 Meyers Pl, Melbourne VIC 3000
Link: https://melbourne.meetupmixup.com/

There will be no December workshop, but there will be an end of year
party in conjunction with other Melbourne groups including Buzzconf,
Electronic Frontiers Australia, Hack for Privacy, the Melbourne PHP
Users Group, Open Knowledge Australia, PyLadies Melbourne and R-Ladies

Please note that there's a $8.80 cover fee, which includes a drink and
nibbles, and bookings are essential as spaces are limited.  Tickets are
available at https://melbourne.meetupmixup.com/

Linux Users of Victoria is a subcommittee of Linux Australia.

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