Plenary: Welcome / DUNE / Belle II
- Simone Campana (CERN)
Plenary: Computational astrophysics / Diversity
- James Zanotti (University of Adelaide)
Plenary: Real-time computing / Future strategy
- Xiaomei Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
Plenary: Accelerated computing
- Caterina Doglioni (Lund University (SE))
Plenary: HPC / Cloud computing
- Paul Douglas Jackson (University of Adelaide)
Plenary: Quantum computing / Security / Gravitational wave astrophysics
- Patrick Fuhrmann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
Plenary: Molecular sciences / Analysis models / Diversity panel
- Lucia Silvestris (Universita e INFN, Bari (IT))
Plenary: Track highlights
- Graeme A Stewart (CERN)
Plenary: Track highlights / Closing
- Waseem Kamleh (University of Adelaide)
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