[hpc-announce] LCPC 2019: Advance Program and Accommodation - Georgia Tech, Atlanta - October 22-24, 2019

Paul, Sri R sriraj at gatech.edu
Sat Oct 5 00:53:30 CDT 2019

Call for Participation
32nd Workshop on Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing (LCPC)
October 22-24 2019 at Georgia Tech, Atlanta


LCPC 2019 registration is now open at

Early registration closes on: October 8th 2019


Conference hotel booking available at

LCPC Rate Booking deadline: October 11


Advance  Program:

Tuesday (10/22/2019)

Opening : Welcome and overview of LCPC 2019: 8:45 am to 9:00 am

Session 1: Keynote by Madan Masuvathi, Microsoft Research, 9:00 am – 10am

BREAK, 10am – 10:30am

Session 2: Feedback/JIT Optimization: 10:30 am to 12 noon
 - Invited Talk by Vikram Adve, UIUC
 - Using performance event profiles to deduce an execution model of MATLAB with Just-In-Time compilation, Patryk Kiepas (MINES ParisTech / PSL University) et al.
 - Performance of Static and Dynamic Task Scheduling for Real-Time Control System on Embedded Multicore Processor, Yoshitake Oki (Waseda University) et al.

LUNCH, 12noon – 1:30pm,

Session 3: Compiler Optimizations for Tensors/CNNs: 1:30pm – 3pm
 - Optimization in the Sparse Tensor Algebra Compiler, Invited Talk by Fred Kjolstad, MIT
 - SWIRL++: Evaluating Performance Models to Guide Code Transformation in Convolutional Neural Networks, Tharindu Rusira (University of Utah) et al.
 - CubeGen: Code Generation for Accelerated GEMM-based Convolution with Tiling, Amarin Phaosawasdi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) et al.

BREAK, 3pm – 3:30pm

Session 4: Data movement/Caches/Consistency: 3:30pm – 5pm
 - Optimizing Data Movement and Achieving Performance Portability with Brick Data Layouts, Invited Talk by Mary Hall, University of Utah
 - Compiler Leasing of Accelerator Memory (CLAM) Using Lease Cache, Chen Ding (University of Rochester) et al.
 - Consistency types for distributed programming languages, Xin Zhao (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden) et al.
Wednesday (10/23/2019)

Session 5: Abstractions/DSLs: 9:00 am to 10:30 am
 - DPC++: A Direct Programming Model for Diverse Architectures, Invited talk by Xinmin Tiao, Intel
 - Abstractions for Polyhedral Topology-Aware Tasking, Martin Kong (University of Oklahoma) et al.
 - Structured Grid Solver with Polyhedral+Dataflow Representation, Eddie C. Davis (Boise State University) et al.

BREAK, 10:30 am – 11 am

Session 6: Invited Talks: 11 am to 12 pm
 - P. (Saday) Sadayappan, University of Utah
 - A framework for compositional transformations of recursions and loops, Milind Kulkarni, Purdue
LUNCH, 12 pm to 1:30 pm

Session 7: Resource-Efficient Quantum Computing by Breaking Abstractions, Keynote by Fred Chong, University of Chicago, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Georgia Aquarium Excursion, depart at 3:15 pm from Georgia Tech Hotel Lobby

Thursday (10/24/2019)

Session 8: Invited talks: 9:00 am to 10:00 am
 - A Lightweight Polyhedral Abstraction for MLIR, Albert Cohen (Google)
 - Oscar Hernandez (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

BREAK, 10:00 am – 10:30 am

Session 9: Vectorization and GPUs: 10:30am – 12noon
 - Common Subexpression Convergence: A New Code Optimization for SIMT processors, Sana Damani (Georgia Tech) et al.
 - PostSLP: Cross-Region Vectorization of Fully or Partially Vectorized Code, Vasileios Porpodas (Intel Corporation) et al.
 - FLARE: Flexibly Sharing Commodity GPUs to Enforce QoS and Improve Utilization, Wei Han (Colorado School of Mines) et al.

LUNCH, 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm

Session 10: Is a Post Moore’s Law Compiler Renaissance needed? Panel moderated by Rudi Eigenmann, U. Of Delaware 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm

LCPC 2019 Concludes : 2:15 pm

Informal meet-ups/networking: 2:15 pm to 3:00 pm (Snacks and drinks served)


Contact LCPC Web Chair <lcpc2019 at gatech.edu> with any questions or concerns.

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