“The PASC17 Conference offers a unique opportunity for your organization to gain visibility at a national and international level, to showcase your R&D and to network with leaders in the fields of HPC simulation and data science. PASC17 builds on a successful history – with 350 international attendees in 2016 – and continues to expand its program and international profile year on year.”
Today ORNL announced the full schedule of 2017 GPU Hackathons at multiple locations around the world. “The goal of each hackathon is for current or prospective user groups of large hybrid CPU-GPU systems to send teams of at least 3 developers along with either (1) a (potentially) scalable application that could benefit from GPU accelerators, or (2) an application running on accelerators that need optimization. There will be intensive mentoring during this 5-day hands-on workshop, with the goal that the teams leave with applications running on GPUs, or at least with a clear roadmap of how to get there.”
In this video from SC16, Garima Kochhar from Dell EMC describes the CryoEM Demo on the Dell PowerEdge C6320 rack server powered by Intel Xeon and Intel Xeon Phi. “This demo presents performance results for the 2D alignment and 2D classification phases of the Cryo-electron microscopy (Cryo-EM) data processing workflow using the new Intel Knights Landing architecture, and compares these results to the performance of the Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 family.”
In this time-lapse video, a team of volunteers build the SCinet, the world’s fastest network at SC16. “Created each year for the conference, SCinet brings to life a very high-capacity network that supports the revolutionary applications and experiments that are a hallmark of the SC conference. SCinet links the convention center to research and commercial networks around the world. In doing so, SCinet serves as the platform for exhibitors to demonstrate the advanced computing resources of their home institutions and elsewhere by supporting a wide variety of bandwidth-driven applications including supercomputing and cloud computing.”
The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) has issued its Call for Sessions for its 13th annual OFA Workshop. Registration is now open for the event, which takes place March 27-31, 2017 in Austin, TX.
The ISC 2017 conference is seeking Student Volunteers. The conference takes place June 19-21, 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany.
“I think the most important thing I’d like people to know about SC16 is that it is a great venue for bringing the entire community together, having these conversations about what we’re doing now, what the environment looks like now and what it’ll look like in five, ten fifteen years. The fact that so many people come to this conference allows you to really see a lot of diversity in the technologies being pursued, in the kinds of applications that are being pursued – from both the U.S. environment and also the international environment. I think that’s the most exciting thing that I think about when I think about supercomputing.”
Manuel Arenaz from Appentra presented this talk at the OpenMP booth at SC16. “Parallware is a new technology for static analysis of programs based on the production-grade LLVM compiler infrastructure. Using a fast, extensible hierarchical classification scheme to address dependence analysis, it discovers parallelism and annotates the source code with the most appropriate OpenMP & OpenACC directives.”
In this video, Stefanos Kaxiras from Uppsala University presents: Thread and Memory Scaling Beyond Multicores. “This talk will present the ArgoDSM, a modern, highly-scalable, user-level, distributed shared memory system for clusters. While DSMs have their roots in high-performance computing where the scaling of threads (computation) is the goal, we are witnessing a tremendous interest in Big Data workloads where memory scaling is the target. I will describe how ArgoDSM bridges these two worlds and forms a vehicle for research in Big Data and HPC alike.”
The Seventh International Workshop on Accelerators and Hybrid Exascale Systems (AsHES) has issued its Call for Papers. The event takes place May 29 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium.