[hpc-announce] Call for Participations: The 3rd R-CCS International Symposium (Feb. 15 - 16, 2021)

Kento Sato kento.sato at riken.jp
Thu Feb 4 05:21:38 CST 2021

                                               Call for Participations:
                                The 3rd R-CCS International Symposium
--- The Supercomputer Fugaku: Simulation, BigData and AI supporting Society 5.0 ---

The RIKEN Center for Computational Science (RIKEN R-CCS), Japan’s leadership center 
of high-performance computing, explores "the science of computing, the science by computing, 
and the science for computing." Especially, RIKEN R-CCS develops and operates supercomputers, 
facilitates other leading edge infrastructures, and conducts cutting-edge research on these
supercomputers and infrastructures. In the future the so-called "Society 5.0", a challenge to integrate
cyberspace with the physical world, is expected to realize a better life and society. RIKEN R-CCS has
developed the Supercomputer Fugaku and expects this flagship supercomputer to be the centerpiece
of simulation, big data and AI supporting Society 5.0 research.

RIKEN R-CCS has been organizing annual international symposiums to promote HPC research and
development. In this 3rd symposium, we will review the first-step achievements on Fugaku enabled by
simulation, big data and AI technologies and discuss the future shape of supercomputers towards the 
"post-Moore" era.

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We have two exiting keynote talks during the event.

Keynote 1 (DAY-1 : Feb 15 8:25 - 9:15 JST)
	• “Scalable AI on Fugaku up to O(100,000) nodes”, Satoshi Matsuoka, RIKEN R-CCS

Keynote 2 (DAY-2 : Feb 16 8:05 - 8:55 JST)
	• “The Livermore Large-Scale Computing Strategy”, Bronis R. de Supinski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

############ Program (The times are in JST): #################

Keynote 1 (DAY-1 : Feb 15 8:25 - 9:15)
	• “Scalable AI on Fugaku up to O(100,000) nodes”, Satoshi Matsuoka, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 1 (DAY-1 : Feb 15 9:15 - 9:55): Development and operation of Fugaku
	• “History of Supercomputer Fugaku Development”,  Yutaka Ishikawa, RIKEN R-CCS
	• “New services and operation on Fugaku”, Fumiyoshi Shoji, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 2 (Invited talks) (DAY-1 : Feb 15 10:10 - 11:10): Outstanding Benchmark Results on Fugaku
	• “TOP500 & HPCG performance on Fugaku”, Toshiyuki Shimizu, Fujitsu Ltd.
	• “MLPerf HPC on Fugaku”, Koichi Shirahata, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.

Session 3 (DAY-1 : Feb 15 11:10 - 11:50)
	• “HPL-AI benchmark on Fugaku”, Toshiyuki Imamura, RIKEN R-CCS
	• “Performance of the Supercomputer Fugaku for Graph500 Benchmark”, Masahiro Nakao, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 4 (Invited talks) (DAY-1 : Feb 15 13:20 - 13:50): Distinguished Achievements for COVID-19 on Fugaku
	• “Fragment molecular orbital calculations for SARS-CoV-2 proteins”,Shigenori Tanaka, Kobe University

Session 5 (DAY-1 : Feb 15 13:50 - 14:50): Distinguished Achievements for COVID-19 on Fugaku
	• “Droplet and Aerosol Dispersion Simulation on the supercomputer Fugaku and Fight Back against COVID-19”, Makoto Tsubokura, RIKEN R-CCS
	• “The economic effect of the restriction by Japanese government under COVID-19”, Nobuyasu Ito/ Hiroyasu Inoue , RIKEN R-CCS/University of Hyogo
	• “Intrinsic Conformational Flexibility of SARS-CoV-2 Spike-Protein Simulated on Fugaku”, Yuji Sugita, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 6 (Invited talks) (DAY-1 : Feb 15 15:55 - 16:05): Gordon Bell Prize Finalists' talks
	• “World's Largest Ensemble Weather Data Assimilation on Fugaku”, Hisashi Yashiro, National Institute for Environmental Studies
	• “Toward Realization of Numerical Towing-Tank Tests by Wall-Resolved Large Eddy Simulation based on 32 billion grid Finite-Element Computation”, Chisachi Kato, University of Tokyo

Session 7 (Invited talks) (DAY-1 : Feb 15 16:05 - 16:35): Society 5.0 Simulation
	• “Molecular simulations in times of COVID-19”, Gerhard Hummer, Max Planck Institute of Biophysics

Poster Session (DAY-1 : Feb 15 16:45 - 17:45): 
	(See the end of the program for more details)

Keynote 2 (DAY-2 : Feb 16 8:05 - 8:55)
	• “The Livermore Large-Scale Computing Strategy”, Bronis R. de Supinski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Session 8 (Invited talks) (DAY-2 : Feb 16 8:55 - 9:25): Next generation systems
	• “Experiences with HPC Toolchains on A64FX”, John Linford, Arm

Session 9 (DAY-2 : Feb 16 9:40 - 10:40): Next generation systems
	• “h3-Open-BDEC: Innovative Software Platform for Scientific Computing in the Exascale Era”, Kengo Nakajima, Univeristy of Tokyo/RIKEN R-CCS
	• “Community-Wide Activities toward Next-Generation Advanced Computing Infrastructure”, Masaaki Kondo, RIKEN R-CCS / The University of Tokyo
	• “How we might achieve another 100x for Fugaku-Next”, Satoshi Matsuoka, RIKEN R-CCS

Panel discussion: Next generation systems (DAY-2 : Feb 16 10:40 - 11:40)
Moderator : Satoshi Matsuoka
Panelists :
	• Bronis R. de Supinski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
	• John Linford, Arm
	• Eric Van Hensbergen, Arm
	• Toshiyuki Shimizu, Fujitsu Ltd.
	• Masaaki Kondo, RIKEN R-CCS
	• Kengo Nakajima, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 10 (Invited talks) (DAY-2 : Feb 16 13:10 - 14:40): Distinguished Achievements in AI, Big Data and Simulations supporting Society5.0 from Priority Applications
	• “Digesting Cancer Big Networks by Explainable AI and Supercomputers”, Satoru Miyano, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
	• “Large-scale numerical simulation of earthquake generation, wave propagation and soil amplification”, Takane Hori, JAMSTEC
	• “Super-simulations of Clean Energy Systems”, Shinobu Yoshimura, The University of Tokyo

Session 11 (DAY-2 : Feb 16 14:55 - 15:55): Distinguished Achievements in AI, Big Data and Simulations supporting Society5.0
	• “Fugaku’s Illuminating a Path to the Future of Numerical Weather Prediction”, Takemasa Miyoshi, RIKEN R-CCS
	• “Deep Learning From Simulated Data for Flood and Debris-Flow Mapping”, Satoru Oishi, RIKEN R-CCS
	• “Quantum simulations for quantum many-body systems”, Seiji Yunoki, RIKEN R-CCS

Session 12 (Invited talks) (DAY-2 : Feb 16 15:55 - 16:25): Distinguished Achievements in AI, Big Data and Simulations supporting Society5.0
	• “AI and simulation for health at CEA”, France Boillod-Cerneux, CEA

<List of Accepted Posters and the time schedule>
Room : LINKS-1
	16:45-16:51 Arata Amemiya, Shlok Mohta and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Application of the Long-Short Term Memory neural networks to model bias correction: idealized experiments with the Lorenz-96 model”
	16:52-16:58 Daichi Mukunoki, Katsuhisa Ozaki, Takeshi Ogita, Toshiyuki Imamura and Roman Iakymchuk, "High-Precision, Accurate, and Reproducible Linear Algebra Operations using Ozaki Scheme”
	16:59-17:05 Shun Ohishi, Tsutomu Hihara, Hidenori Aiki, Joji Ishizaka, Yasumasa Miyazawa, Misako Kachi and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Development of an ensemble Kalman filter-based regional ocean data assimilation system”
	17:06-17:12 Jorji Nonaka, Naohisa Sakamoto, Go Tamura and Masaaki Terai, "Large Data Visualization Environment on the K Pre-Post Cloud Testbed”
	17:13-17:19 Jaewoon Jung, Chigusa Kobayashi, Kento Kasahara, Cheng Tan, Michael Feig and Yuji Sugita, "Optimization of GENESIS MD software on Fugaku supercomputer”
	17:20-17:26 Nils Meyer, Tilo Wettig, Dirk Pleiter, Stefan Solbrig and Peter Georg, "Lattice QCD on Fujitsu A64FX”
	17:27-17:33 Miki Nakano, Osamu Miyashita and Florence Tama, "Requirement for 3D-reconstruction of biomolecule structure from single particle analysis using X-ray free electron laser diffraction images”
	17:34-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : SX-3/44R
	16:45-16:51 Maha Mdini, Takemasa Miyoshi and Shigenori Otsuka, "Accelerating Climate Model Computation by Neural Networks: A Comparative Study”
	16:52-16:58 Tianfeng Hou, Staf Roels and Hans Janssen, "The use of proper orthogonal decomposition for the Monte Carlo based uncertainty analysis”
	16:59-17:05 Kohei Takatama, John C. Wells and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Simulating rapid water level decrease of Lake Biwa due to Typhoon Jebi (2018)”
	17:06-17:12 Ivan R. Ivanov, Jens Domke, Akihiro Nomura and Toshio Endo, "Improved failover for HPC interconnects through localised routing restoration”
	17:13-17:19 Yoshifumi Nakamura, "Benchmarking QCD Wide SIMD Library (QWS) on Fugaku”
	17:20-17:26 Yoshifumi Nakamura, "Finite temperature phase transition for three flavor QCD with domain wall fermions”
	17:27-17:33 Issaku Kanamori, Sinya Aoki, Yasumichi Aoki, Tatsumi Aoyam, Takumi Doi, Shoji Hashimoto, Ken-Ichi Ishikawa, Takashi Kaneko, Hideo Matsufuru, Tomoya Nagai and Yoshifumi Nakamura, "Preparation of LQCD code for Fugaku”
	17:34-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : Numerical Wind Tunnel
	16:45-16:51 Shigenori Otsuka, Yasumitsu Maejima, Pierre Tandeo and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Toward an integrated NWP-DA-AI system for precipitation prediction”
	16:52-16:58 Yasumitsu Maejima, Tomoo Ushio and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Toward assimilation of dense and frequent 3-D lightning location data for severe thunderstorm forecast”
	16:59-17:05 Yutaka Ishikawa, Atsushi Hori and Balazs Gerofi,"Sytem Software Research for Fugaku”
	17:06-17:12 Yoshinori Kusama, Noriyuki Shiobara, Motoi Okuda and Takaaki Noguchi, "Overview of User Support Activities by RIST in HPCI in Supercomputer Fugaku Era in Japan”
	17:13-17:19 Ryuta Tsunashima, Ryohei Kobayashi, Norihisa Fujita, Taisuke Boku, Seyong Lee, Jeffrey Vetter, Hitoshi Murai, Masahiro Nakao and Mitsuhisa Sato, "Multi-device Programming Environment for GPU and FPGA Cooperative Acceleration”
	17:20-17:26 Atsushi Tokuhisa, "Implementation of an integrated workflow for biomolecular multi conformational analysis by template matching method on the supercomputer Fugaku”
	17:27-17:33 Eisuke Kawashima and Takahito Nakajima, "Organoborane Polymer for Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolyte”
	17:34-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : Earth Simulator
	16:45-16:51 Hiroshi Murakami, "Solving Eigenvalue Problems Using Filters Computed with Mixed-Precision"
	16:52-16:58 Toshiyuki Imamura, Yusuke Hirota, Takuya Ina, Shuhei Kudo, Takeshi Terao, Katsuhisa Ozaki and Takeshi Ogita, "EigenExa and related eigensolver projects -- high performance to numerical verification”
	16:59-17:05 Daisuke Kadoh, Hideaki Oba and Shinji Takeda, "Triad second renormalization group”
	17:06-17:12 Koji Terasaki and Takemasa Miyoshi, "A 1024-Member Data Assimilation and Forecast Experiment with NICAM-LETKF Using Fugaku: A Heavy Rainfall Event in Kyushu in July 2020”
	17:13-17:19 Go Tamura, Naohisa Sakamoto, Yasumitsu Maejima and Jorji Nonaka, "Probabilistic Isosurface based Visual Analytics System for Time-Varying Ensemble Weather Simulation Data”
	17:20-17:26 Yiyu Tan, Toshiyuki Imamura and Masaaki Kondo, "Design and Implementation of FPGA-based High-order FDTD Method for Room Acoustics”
	17:27-17:33 Ryohei Kobayashi, Norihisa Fujita, Yoshiki Yamaguchi, Taisuke Boku, Kohji Yoshikawa, Makito Abe and Masayuki Umemura, "Preliminary Evaluation of Multi-hybrid Acceleration for Radiative Transfer Simulation by OpenACC”
	17:34-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : K computer
	16:45-16:51 Jianyu Liang, Koji Terasaki and Takemasa Miyoshi, "A purely data-driven approach to satellite simulator in numerical weather prediction”
	16:52-16:58 Bhaskar Dasgupta, Osamu Miyashita and Florence Tama, "Modelling multiple types of three-dimensional hexameric conformations of bacterial heat-shock protein ClpB from low-resolution AFM images”
	16:59-17:05 Toshiki Matsushima, Seiya Nishizawa and Shin-ichiro Shima, "Numerical method for resolving turbulence induced cloud microphysical variability”
	17:06-17:12 Atsuya Uno, "Consideration of Operation of the supercomputer Fugaku”
	17:13-17:19 Takaaki Miyajima, Tomohiro Ueno, Jens Huthmann, Kentaro Sano and Atsushi Koshiba, "Research activity on a high-performance off-loading engine with multiple FPGAs”
	17:20-17:26 Norihisa Fujita, Ryohei Kobayashi, Yoshiki Yamaguchi, Taisuke Boku, Kohji Yoshikawa, Makito Abe and Masayuki Umemura, "Implementation and Performance Evaluation of Space Radiative Transfer Code on multiple-FPGAs”
	17:27-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : Fugaku
	16:45-16:51 Takaaki Fukai and Kento Sato, "Measurement of I/O performance for distributed deep neural networks on Fugaku”
	16:52-16:58 Akiyoshi Kuroda, Toshiyuki Imamura, Ikuo Miyoshi, Kazuo Minami and Satoshi Matsuoka, "Evaluation of Power Consumption of MLPerf HPC by Comparison HPL-AI on the Supercomputer Fugaku”
	16:59-17:05 Takumi Honda, Yousuke Sato and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Potential Impacts of Lightning Flash Observations on Numerical Weather Prediction with Explicit Lightning Processes”
	17:06-17:12 Keiji Yamamoto, Shinichi Miura, Masaaki Terai and Fumiyoshi Shoji, "Design of cloud-like functions on the supercomputer Fugaku”
	17:13-17:19 Ai Shinobu, Chigusa Kobayashi, Yasuhiro Matsunaga and Yuji Sugita, "Coarse-grained simulations of multiple intermediates along conformational transition pathways of multi-domain proteins”
	17:20-17:26 Qiwen Sun, Takemasa Miyoshi and Serge Richard, "Ensemble Kalman filter experiments with an extended SIR model for COVID-19”
	17:27-17:45 Open discussion round
Room : Tsubame
	16:45-16:51 Konstantinos N. Anagnostopoulos, Takehiro Azuma, Kohta Hatakeyama, Mitsuaki Hirasawa, Yuta Ito, Jun Nishimura, Stratos Kovalkov Papadoudis and Asato Tsuchiya, "Complex Langevin studies of the spacetime structure in the Lorentzian type IIB matrix model”
	16:52-16:58 James Taylor, Takumi Honda, Arata Amemiya and Takemasa Miyoshi, "Optimizing the localization scale for a convective-scale ensemble radar data assimilation system”
	16:59-17:05 Kenta Sueki, Seiya Nishizawa, Tsuyoshi Yamaura and Hirofumi Tomita, "Parameter estimation for cloud microphysics scheme based on EnKF-based method: Idealized twin experiment”
	17:06-17:12 Hiroshi Harada, Chihiro Shibano and Hidetomo Kaneyama, "System utilization rate in HPCI Shared Storage”
	17:13-17:19 Ken Furukawa, Hideyuki Sakamoto, Marimo Ohhigashi, Shin-ichiro Shima, Travis Sluka, Takemasa Miyoshi and Qiwen Sun, "Particle Filter Based Data Assimilation with the Two-dimensional Three-state Cellular Automata”
	17:20-17:26 Sandhya Tiwari, Florence Tama and Osamu Miyashita, "Retrieving potential three-dimensional biological shape matches from a small number of two-dimensional single particle XFEL diffraction patterns”
	17:27-17:45 Open discussion round

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