[hpc-announce] Deadline extension: Call for Papers HPC: on Heterogeneous Hardware (H3)

Piotr Luszczek luszczek at icl.utk.edu
Mon Mar 21 11:03:08 CDT 2022

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Deadline extension: Call for Papers HPC: on Heterogeneous Hardware (H3)

The HPC on Heterogeneous Hardware (H3) Workshop is intended as a hybrid
event in Hamburg, Germany. It does so by providing a platform for
pioneering work on algorithmic research, software library design,
programming models, and workflow development for increasingly
heterogeneous hardware. In the workshop context, such hardware spans
from ARM processors featuring long-vector extensions through
GPU-accelerated systems to architectures deploying special function
units, FPGAs, or deep learning processors. The workshop will compose of
a well-balanced mix of invited talks, peer-reviewed conference
contributions, and a panel bringing together worldwide experts in
heterogeneous computing.

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Perhaps the most challenging aspect is to limit the workshop's scope to 
the very few thematic areas that currently dominate the efforts of the 
community. This year, these include the following topics of interest:

- Heterogeneity in programming approaches including language solutions
   and DSL-friendly middleware libraries.

- Heterogeneous workloads that rely on convergence of scientific
   modeling, data analytics, and scientific AI/ML data models

- Heterogeneity in data representation including hierarchical,
   randomized, compressive, and mixed-precision methods

Topics of Interest
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A more specific list of topics of interest to focus the submissions and
draw specific speakers and invite broad participation of attendees will
be the following:

- Heterogeneous algorithms that scale not just in terms of the system
   size but across diverse hardware kinds.

- Heterogeneity in data approaches that incorporate mixed-precision
   storage and compute include data compression as well as hierarchical
   and randomized projections.

- Software systems and libraries that support heterogeneous compute
   hardware and networking.

- Programming models and tools that incorporate heterogeneity of both
   on-node compute and cross-node networking.

Important Dates
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- Abstract submission: April 7, 2022 (AOE)
- Paper submission: April 14, 2022 (AOE)
- Notification to authors:  April 30, 2022 (AOE)
- Final workshop materials: May 6, 2022 (AOE)

Submission site
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Additional details
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