[hpc-announce] EuroMPI 2015 Call for Participation - Early deadline Sept 1st
Brice.Goglin at inria.fr
Wed Aug 26 03:41:48 CDT 2015
EuroMPI 2015 Call for participation
EuroMPI 2015 in-cooperation status with ACM and SIGHPC in Bordeaux
France, 21st - 23rd September, 2015.
The prime annual meeting for researchers, developers, and students in
message-passing parallel computing with MPI and related paradigms.
**** Deadline of early registration is Sept 1st, 2015 *****
The conference will feature 14 strong technical paper presentations,
3 invited talks, 3 tutorials and posters.
The list of accepted papers is attached in this CFP.
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- Performance analysis for High Performance Systems,
François Trahay, Telecom SudParis
- Understanding and managing hardware affinities with Hardware Locality (hwloc)
Brice Goglin, INRIA Bordeaux sud-Ouest
- Insightful Automatic Performance Modeling
Alexandru Calotoiu, TU Darmstadt
- A new high performance network for HPC systems: Bull eXascale Interconnect (BXI),
Jean-Pierre Panziera, Chief Technology Director for Extreme Computing at Atos
- Computational Fluid Dynamics and High performance computing,
Gabriel Staffelbach, Senior Researcher at CERFACS
- Is your software ready for exascale? – How the next generation of performance tools can give you the answer.
Prof. Felix Wolf, Department of Computer Science of TU Darmstadt
- Early Registration Deadline: September 1st, 2015
- Tutorials: September 21st, 2015
- Conference: September 22nd-23rd, 2015
-"A Memory Management System Optimized for BDMPI's Memory and Execution Model", Jeremy Iverson and George Karypis
-"An MPI Halo-Cell Implementation for Zero-Copy Abstraction", Jean-Baptiste Besnard, Allen Malony, Sameer Shende, Marc Pérache, Patrick Carribault and Julien Jaeger
-"DAME: A Runtime-Compiled Engine for Derived Datatypes",Tarun Prabhu and William Gropp
-"Detecting Silent Data Corruption for Extreme-Scale MPI Applications", Leonardo Arturo Bautista Gomez and Franck Cappello
-"Efficient MPI Datatype Reconstruction for Vector and Index Types", Martin Kalany and Jesper Larsson Träff
-"GPU-Aware Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Non-blocking Collective Benchmarks", Ammar Ahmad Awan, Hari Subramoni, Khaled Hamidouche, Akshay Venkatesh, Jonathan Perkins and Dhabaleswar K. Panda
-"Isomorphic, Sparse MPI-like Collective Communication Operations for Parallel Stencil Computations", Jesper Larsson Träff, Felix Lübbe, Antoine Rougier and Sascha Hunold
-"MPI Advisor: a Minimal Overhead MPI Performance Tuning Tool", Esthela Gallardo, Jerome Vienne, Leonardo Fialho, Patricia Teller and James Browne
-"MPI-focused Tracing with OTFX: An MPI-aware In-memory Event Tracing Extension to the Open Trace Format 2", Michael Wagner, Jens Doleschal and Andreas Knüpfer
-"On the Impact of Synchronizing Clocks and Processes on Benchmarking MPI Collectives", Sascha Hunold and Alexandra Carpen-Amarie
-"Plan B: Interruption of Ongoing MPI Operations to Support Failure Recovery", "Aurelien Bouteiller, George Bosilca and Jack Dongarra
-"Scalable and Fault Tolerant Failure Detection and Consensus", Amogh Katti, Giuseppe Di Fatta, Thomas Naughton and Christian Engelmann
-"Sliding Substitution of Failed Nodes", Atsushi Hori, Kazumi Yoshinaga, Thomas Hérault, Aurélien Bouteiller and George Bosilca and Yutaka Ishikawa
-"Toward Operating System Support for Scalable Multithreaded Message Passing", Balazs Gerofi, Masamichi Takagi and Yutaka Ishikawa
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