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October 1, 2014

Georgia Tech’s HPCC Initiative Planning – Second Industry/Research Partnership Meeting

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For most of you receiving this email, the Technology Square Phase Two – High Performance Computer Center (HPCC) is not a new initiative. Following up on a successful first meeting this past March where Georgia Tech hosted over 100 GT faculty and industry partners, today I’m very happy to invite you to participate in the second planning meeting for the Tech Square Phase II/HPCC.  GT faculty and researchers who work in cloud computing, smart grid, building information modeling, big data and secure storage, networking (data centers as well as community networking, network virtualization, etc.) will be in attendance as well as researchers working on the model of using the data center as a key part of urban sustainability in our community (heat reuse, analytics capabilities for startup companies). Researchers and current industry partners in these areas will present their interests and capabilities in a tight 5 minute presentation format. You will have an opportunity to participate in our discussion and review the ideas which have been proposed, helping to guide us in this endeavor.

Continuing on the momentum from our first planning meeting, we are hosting this second meeting at Georgia Tech on November 11th, from 8 AM until 12 PM.  This meeting will immediately precede Georgia Tech’s People and Technology Forum, which you are invited to attend as well.

RSVP for the meeting is requested. To RSVP for this planning session click here.

If you would like to attend the IPaT Forum as well, you can register here.

As we finalize the agenda for this meeting we will follow-up with more details.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or the GT Corporate relations team directly.

See you in November!

Ron Hutchins, PhD
Associate Vice Provost for Research and Technology and
Chief Technology Officer
Office of the Executive Vice President for Research

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