[hpc-announce] CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: P2S2 2020 (August 17th, 2020 [Virtual]) - The 13th International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models and Systems Software for High-End Computing

Si, Min msi at anl.gov
Tue Aug 11 22:20:08 CDT 2020


The Thirteenth International Workshop on Parallel Programming Models and Systems
Software for High-End Computing (P2S2)

August 17th, 2020, Edmonton, AB, Canada [Online]

To be held in conjunction with ICPP 2020: The 49th International Conference on
Parallel Processing.

Website: http://www.mcs.anl.gov/events/workshops/p2s2/2020/

P2S2 2020 will be online. Recorded video presentations and slides will be available at the program page ahead of time. During the live discussion session via a Zoom meeting, authors will make a five-minute pitch presentation followed by questions and answers. We encourage all attendees to also join the ICPP 2020 Slack workspace where all the interactions between attendees, presenters, and session chairs will occur. The participation is free of charge, but requires a registration. 

The registration is free and involves two steps:

Step 1. Please register with the ICPP main conference https://jnamaral.github.io/icpp20/registration/ in order to receive accesses to Slack and Zoom provided by ICPP.

Step 2. We request you to also register at https://forms.gle/5xq5HcxjkrVeVfo86. This way allows us to communicate with you for detailed connection information and any future updates.

[12:00pm - 12:10pm EDT] Opening Remarks

[12:10pm - 12:40pm EDT] Invited Talk 1

"Argobots: A Lightweight Threading Framework for Massive Fine-Grained Parallelism", Shintaro Iwasaki, Argonne National Laboratory.

[12:40pm - 13:10pm EDT] Session 1: Performance analysis and optimizations

"Assessing the Overhead of Offloading Compression Tasks.", Laura Promberger, Rainer Schwemmer and Holger Fröning.

"Improving the Space-Time Efficiency of Matrix Multiplication Algorithm.", Yuan Tang.

[13:10pm - 13:30pm EDT] Break

[13:30pm - 14:00pm EDT] Invited Talk 2

"Preparing Software Stack for the Next Generation Systems - An opportunity or a nightmare?", Sunita Chandrasekaran, University of Delaware.

[14:00pm - 14:45pm EDT] Session 2: Parallel computing on GPU

"Rumor Has It: Optimizing the Belief Propagation Algorithm for Parallel Processing.", Michael Trotter, Timothy Wood and H. Howie Huang.

"Automated Partitioning of Data-Parallel Kernels using Polyhedral Compilation.", Alexander Matz, Johannes Doerfert and Holger Fröning.

"BSRNG: A High Throughput Parallel BitSliced Approach for Random Number Generators.", Saleh Khalaj Monfared, Omid Hajihassani, Mohammad Sina Kiarostami, Soroush Meghdadi Zanjani, Dara Rahmati and Saeid Gorgin.

[14:45pm - 15:15pm EDT] Invited Talk 3

“NVSHMEM: A Partitioned Global Address Space Library for NVIDIA GPU Clusters”, Akhil Langer, Nvidia Corporation.

The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners who are at the forefront of parallel programming models and systems software for high-end computing. Please join us in a discussion of new ideas, experiences, challenges, and the latest trends in these areas at the workshop. Topics related to the programming models and software for emerging high-performance architectures (e.g., FPGA, ASIC) are especially welcome.

The focus areas for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

* Systems software for high-end scientific and enterprise computing architectures
* Programming models and their high-performance implementations
* Tools for Management, Maintenance, Coordination and Synchronization
* Performance evaluation, analysis and modeling of emerging computing platforms

If you have any questions, please contact us at p2s2-chairs at mcs.anl.gov

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