About the meeting
For the first time, the OSG Consortium, the HTCondor team, and the Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC) will be hosting Throughput Computing 23 (HTC 23) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Fluno Center. HTC 23 is a new event that joins together the annual OSG All-Hands Meeting and HTCondor Week.
This will primary be an in-person event, but remote participation is also offered. Most speakers will be presenting in person.
Registration is now open and is required for attendees, even if you plan to attend remotely only. Registration for in-person attendance will cost $100 per day; there is no fee for registration for virtual attendance. There are two places to register, depending upon whether you will be attending in-person or remotely:
- Click on the "Register for In-Person Attendance" button on the left in-person attendance registration.
- Click on the "Register for Virtual Participation" button on the left for remote attendance registration.
Registration for in-person attendance closes June 15.
In-person registration is $100 per day and includes a full lunch buffet and a light breakfast, snacks and coffee and drinks at the breaks. With in-person registration, you can attend plenary and non-plenary sessions, mingle with colleagues, and have planned or ad hoc meetings. In addition, evening events are planned throughout the week, including a social gathering on the Memorial Union Terrace and an evening bike ride.
Plenary presentations (only) will be broadcast via Zoom. There is no registration fee for remote attendance.
HTC 23 gives OSPool or HTCondor users, contributors, and collaborators the chance to exchange ideas and experiences, to learn about the latest services and research, and to experience live demos. Current or potential consumers or providers of distributed high throughput computing and HTCondor users or administrators are welcome to attend.
HPC 23 will include presentations from researchers who use OSG services or HTCondor. Leadership will discuss the current state and future plans for OSG services and HTCondor development.
Campuses will report on the adoption of HTC by faculty and students on their campuses. Administrators will report on the adoption of HTC by faculty and students on their campuses.
We have hotel blocks reserved at nearby hotels, as well as at the conference venue. Please do not delay booking your room as there are a limited number that are at a reduced government rate. Click on the "Local Arrangements" button on the left for details.
Please consider speaking!
We encourage attendees to share their thoughts and experiences by signing up to be a speaker; click on the "Speaker Information" button on the left for more information. We enjoy hearing from members of the community!
Need help with a specific HTCondor or OSPool issue?
Set up a one-on-one consultation with an HTCondor developer at HTC 23! To do so, please email the HTCondor team (firstname.lastname@example.org) with some information about your issue, and we'll match you up with an appropriate HTCondor person.
Similarly, to set up a consultation with an OSPool representative or facilitator, please email email@example.com.
Questions? Contact us!
If you have logistics questions, you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Past HTCondor and OSG All-Hands Meeting Week
To get a feel for what you will learn and see at this year's HTC 23, here's a link to last year's 2022 HTCondor Week webpage and a list of all of the HTCondor Week 2022 presentations. Also available is information about prior OSG All-Hands Meetings and presentations.