Aug. 21-23: 11th Annual MVAPICH User Group (MUG) Conference in Columbus, OH

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The 11th annual MVAPICH User Group (MUG) conference will be held Monday-Wednesday, Aug. 21-23 at the Ohio State Univeersity Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI), Pomerene Hall, Room #320 in Columbus, OH. Registration information can be found here.

. The MUG conference provides an open forum for attendees (users, system administrators, researchers, engineers, and students) to discuss and share their knowledge on using MVAPICH libraries (including MVAPICH-Plus, MVAPICH2-X, MVAPICH2-GDR, MVAPICH2-X-Azure, and MVAPICH2-X-AWS), OSU Micro-Benchmarks (OMB), and OSU INAM on large-scale systems and for a diverse set of applications.

The event will include talks from experts in the field, presentations from the MVAPICH team on tuning and optimization strategies for various components, trouble shooting guidelines, contributed presentations, student poster presentation sessions, an open mic session, and an interactive/hands-on session with the MVAPICH developers in a one-to-one manner to discuss issues and problems.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dan Stanzione, Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)
  • Bronis R. de Supinski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Invited Speakers (Confirmed So Far):

  • HooYoung Ahn, ETRI, South Korea
  • Alan Ayala, AMD
  • Greg Becker, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Yifeng Cui, San Diego Supercomputer Center
  • Donglai Dai, X-ScaleSolutions
  • Douglas Fuller, Cornelis Networks
  • Hyun-Wook Jin, Konkuk University, South Korea
  • Jeff Hammond, NVIDIA
  • Martin Hilgeman, Dell
  • Jithin Jose, Microsoft Azure
  • Samuel Khuvis, Ohio Supercomputer Center
  • Matthew R. Sgambati, Idaho National Laboratory
  • Hemal Shah, Broadcom
  • Gilad Shainer, NVIDIA
  • Sameer Shende, ParaTools and University of Oregon
  • Ashok Srinivasan, National Science Foundation (NSF) and Florida State University
  • Mahidhar Tatineni, San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC)
  • Stan Tomov, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Zhao Zhang, Texas Advanced Computing Center

Tutorials and Demos (Confirmed So Far):

  • Cornelis Networks
  • ParaTools
  • X-ScaleSolutions