[hpc-announce] Call For Participation: Fourth International IEEE Workshop on Extreme Scale Programming Models and Middleware (ESPM2 2018)

Hari Subramoni subramoni.1 at osu.edu
Wed Oct 31 01:15:42 CDT 2018

                         Call For Participation

          Fourth International IEEE Workshop on Extreme Scale
                Programming Models and Middleware
                            (ESPM2 2018)

                  November 12, 2018, Dallas, Texas

                   to be held in conjunction with
              SuperComputing 2018, November 11 - 16, 2018
                          Dallas, Texas


ESPM2 2018 will be held as a full day workshop in conjunction with the
SuperComputing (SC 2018), Dallas, Texas, USA, Monday, November
12th, 2018. The full program of ESPM2'18 is available below.

 8:50 - 9:00        Opening Remarks

 9:00 - 10:00       Keynote Talk
                    Title   : Exascale Challenges in Across-Node
                              Parallelism for Languages and Runtimes
                    Speaker : Laxmikant Kale
                              Paul and Cynthia Saylor Professor of Computer
                              University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

10:00 - 10:30       Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:30       Research Paper Session - 1
                    Session Chair: Hari Subramoni
                                   The Ohio State University

                    *****************[Best Paper]*****************
                    Distributed Memory Futures for Compile-Time,
                    Deterministic-by-Default Concurrency in
                    Distributed C++ Applications;
                    Jeremiah Wilke, David Hollman, Cannada Lewis, Aram
                    Markosyan, Nicolas Morales;
                    Sandia National Laboratories

                    Design of Data Management for Multi-SPMD Workflow
                    Programming Model;
                    Thomas Dufaud, Miwako Tsuji, Mitsuhisa Sato;
                    University of Versailles, Riken Center for
                    Computational Science

                    Integration of CUDA Processing within the C++
                    library for parallelism and concurrency (HPX);
                    Patrick Diehl, Hartmut Kaiser, Thomas Heller,
                    Madhavan Seshadri;
                    Louisiana State University, Nanyang Technological
                    University, Singapore

                    Automatic Generation of High-Order Finite-Difference
                    Code with Temporal Blocking for Extreme-Scale
                    Many-Core Systems;
                    Hideyuki Tanaka, Youhei Ishihara,
                    Ryo Sakamoto, Takashi Nakamura, Yasuyuki Kimura,
                    Keigo Nitadori, Miyuki Tsubouchi, Jun Makino;
                    ExaScaler Inc, Kyoto University, PEZY Computing,
                    Riken R-CCS Center for Computational Science, Kobe

12:30 -  2:00       Lunch Break

 2:00 -  3:00       Research Paper Session - 2
                    Session Chair: Hari Subramoni
                                   The Ohio State University

                    Asynchronous Execution of Python Code on Task Based
                    Runtime Systems;
                    Mohammad Tohid, Bibek Wagle, Shahrzad Shirzad,
                    Patrick Diehl, Adrian Serio, Alireza Kheirkhahan,
                    Parsa Amini, Katy Williams, Kevin Huck, Steven Brandt,
                    Hartmut Kaiser;
                    Louisiana State University, University of Arizona,
                    University of Oregon

                    A Unified Runtime for PGAS and Event-Driven Programming;
                    Sri Raj Paul, Kun Chen, Akihiro Hayashi, Max Grossman,
                    Vivek Sarkar;
                    Rice University, Georgia Institute of Technology

 3:00 -  3:30       Coffee Break

 3:30 -  4:00       Short Research Paper Session - 3
                    Session Chair: Hari Subramoni
                                   The Ohio State University

                    Portable and Reusable Deep Learning Infrastructure
                    with Containers to Accelerate Cancer Studies;
                    George Zaki;
                    Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

                    Analysis of Explicit vs. Implicit Tasking in OpenMP
                    using Kripke;
                    Charles C. Jin, Muthu Baskaran;
                    Reservoir Labs Inc

 4:00 -  5:30       Panel: Heterogeneous Systems and the Road to
                           Exascale for HPC and AI

                    Moderator : Daniel Holmes, EPCC,
                                The University of Edinburgh, UK

                    Panel Members (More details coming soon!)
                    Richard Graham      Senior Solutions Architect,
                                        Mellanox Technologies

  5:30 -  5:35      Closing Remarks

The full program is available from the following websites.

ESPM2'18 Workshop Website

SC'18 Main Page

Further information about travel, stay and registration are available
at the following website


The ESPM2'18 Organizing Committee.
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