CEED Annual Meeting

August 1-3, 2023

Lawrence Livermore National Lab + Virtual



CEED will hold its seventh and final annual meeting August 1-3, 2023 in a hybrid format: in-person at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and virtually using ECP Zoom for videoconferencing and Slack for side discussions. We strongly encourage you to join us in person if you can!

The goal of the meeting is to report on the progress in the center, deepen existing and establish new connections with ECP hardware vendors, ECP software technologies projects and other collaborators, plan project activities and brainstorm/work as a group to make technical progress. In addition to gathering together many of the CEED researchers, the meeting will include representatives of the ECP management, hardware vendors, software technology, and other interested projects.

Meeting Format

The meeting will include the following elements:

In addition to the in-person meeting, we will provide the following options for remote participants:

Meeting Agenda

The meeting activities will take place 9:00am–4:30pm Pacific time. Details to come.

See also the agendas of the previous CEED annual meetings: 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017.



If you plan to attend, please register by July 25 via CVENT. Registration will open on May 1.

Please note that we will collect a conference fee (exact amount TBD, but in the $100-$200 range) at the door for onsite participation to cover the costs of meals and beverages. Everyone is welcome to select CEED souvenirs for purchase, and we will contact you prior to the event for payment. See the registration form for these options.


The meeting will take place at the University of California Livermore Collaboration Center (UCLCC). See the map below for more details. (Note that the map still displays the UCLCC building's old name, Edward Teller Education Center.)

Lodging Options

There are many hotels in Livermore, and others are available in Pleasanton and nearby cities. See LLNL's recommended list of area hotels or this Google Maps search. If you stay outside of Livermore, we recommend staying west of the city to have a reverse commute to the Lab.

About Livermore and LLNL

Founded in 1869, Livermore is California’s oldest wine region, framed by award-winning wineries, farmlands, and ranches that mirror the valley’s western heritage. As home to renowned science and technology centers, Lawrence Livermore and Sandia national labs, Livermore is a technological hub and an academically engaged community. It has become an integral part of the Bay Area, successfully competing in the global market powered by its wealth of research, technology, and innovation.

For more than 70 years, LLNL has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. World-class facilities include the National Ignition Facility, the Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory, and the Livermore Computing Center hosting the Sierra supercomputer and home of the future exascale machine, El Capitan.


For questions, please contact the meeting organizers at ceed-meeting@llnl.gov.