Bringing Together the High-Speed Computing Community
The Conference on High-Speed Computing convenes annually at Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon. The conference was founded in 1981 as a means of getting experts in computer architecture, languages, and algorithms together to improve communications, develop collaborations, solve problems of mutual interest, and provide effective leadership in the field of high-speed computing.
In 2004, the conference logo was updated to reflect the growing importance of applications as a major aspect of the conference, along with architectures and algorithms. Attendance at the conference is by invitation. Attendees are from national laboratories, academia, government, and private industry. The Salishan conference is small, about 150 attendees, to preserve the level of interaction and discussion.
Available Salishan information can be accessed from these pages:(