Past Event | July 10-14
Throughput Computing 2023
Register for virtual attendance (Will remain open throughout event): Register here.
For the first time, HTCondor Week and the OSG All-Hands Meeting will join together as a single, integrated event from July 10–14 to be held at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Fluno Center. Throughput Computing 2023 is sponsored by the OSG Consortium, the HTCondor team, and the UW-Madison Center for High Throughput Computing.
This will primarily be an in-person event, but remote participation (via Zoom) for the many plenary events will also be offered.
If you register for the in-person event at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, you can attend plenary and non-plenary sessions, mingle with colleagues, and have planned or ad hoc meetings. Evening events are also planned throughout the week.
If this is your first time registering for an event on the registration site, you will have to create an account first and then register.
The schedule can be found under the General Schedule section on the Throughput Computing 2023 event website. The session block topics will not change; however, there will likely be timing adjustments in the schedule as speakers are finalized.
All the topics typically covered by HTCondor Week and the OSG All-Hands Meeting will be included:
- Science Enabled by the OSPool and the HTCondor Software Suite (HTCSS)
- OSG Technology
- HTCondor Technology
- HTCondor and OSG Tutorials
- State of the OSG
- Campus Services and Perspectives
We also have an exciting group of speakers for this year’s Throughput Computing 2023, including:
- Laura Cadonati, Professor, School of Physics and Center for Relativistic Astrophysics, Associate Dean for Research, College of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Kevin L. Thompson, NSF Program Director
- Daniel Andresen, Director, Institute for Computational Research in Engineering and Science, Professor, Dept. of Computer Science; Michelle Munson-Serban Simu Keystone Research Scholar, Kansas State University
The U.S. ATLAS and U.S. CMS high-energy physics projects are also planning parallel OSG-related sessions during the event on Wednesday, July 12.
Workshop Hotel Accommodations
We have arranged room blocks at a reduced rate at the Fluno Center and at two nearby hotels. We recommend you make your room reservation ASAP, as the number of rooms available at the reduced rate is limited. (Madison is also a popular place to visit in the summer!) Reserved room blocks at these rates begin expiring as soon as June 9th. Please visit the Local Arrangements page to find information about how to book your hotel room at the reduced rate for each hotel.
Please note: DoubleTree Madison is the only hotel with a free shuttle service to and from the airport.
Call for Abstracts: HTCondor Sessions
The call for abstracts for the HTCondor sessions of Throughput Computing 23 is now open. Please visit the Call for Abstracts page to learn how to sign up to give a talk, talk content and length, and how to submit your presentation.
The submission deadline has been extended to June 19, 2023
Questions and Resources
For questions about attending, speaking, accommodations, and other concerns please contact us at [email protected].
To learn about this event in more detail, view last year’s schedules for:
Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 14, 2023.
Organizations, researchers, campuses, facilitators and administrators interested in the HTCondor Software Suite and high throughput computing or the OSG Consortium resources or services (including the OSPool, the Open Science Data Federation or the PATh Facility.)
Fluno Center on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and Online via Zoom.
Registration for Throughput Computing 2023 is now open! Please visit the links below to register:
Registration for virtual attendance: Register here.
There is no fee for registration for virtual attendance.
Please email [email protected] with any questions.