[hpc-announce] AMTE 23 - Call for papers

Patrick Diehl pdiehl at cct.lsu.edu
Wed Jan 18 16:16:39 CST 2023

Dear colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit unpublished work to the 
Asynchronous Many-Task System for Exascale workshop held in conjunction 
with Euro Par 23 in Limassol, Cyprus, 28 – 29 August 2023.

Important dates:

Submission deadline: May 5, 2023
Acceptance Notification: June 19, 2023
Revisions of accepted papers due: July 2, 2023

For more details, we refer to https://amte2023.stellar-group.org/


Supercomputers are now beginning to break the exascale barrier, and 
tremendous amounts of work have been invested in identifying and 
overcoming the challenges leading up to this moment. These challenges 
include load-balancing, fast data transfers, and efficient resource 
utilization. Task-based models and runtime systems have shown that it is 
possible to address these challenges by providing additional mechanisms 
such as oversubscription, task/data locality, shared memory, and data 
dependence-driven execution. This workshop explores the advantages of 
task-based programming on modern and future HPC systems. It will gather 
developers, users, and proponents of these models and systems to share 
experience, discuss how they meet the challenges posed by Exascale 
system architectures, and explore opportunities for increased 
performance, robustness, and full-system utilization.


- The workshop will focus on the following areas:

- Novel task-based runtime environments

- Experiences using task-based runtime environments for large applications

- Experiences comparing task-based runtime environments

- Experiences gathered from porting one large-scale parallel solution to 
another, e.g., MPI to Charm++, etc.

- Profiling and performance monitoring of task-based environments

- Benchmarks for task-based runtimes

- Tools for debugging programs using task-based runtimes

- Challenges of task-based runtimes in scaling to large clusters

- Hardware challenges and solutions in using task-based environments

Best regards,

Patrick Diehl
Steve Brandt
Zhara Khatami
Parsa Amini

Patrick Diehl
Center for Computation and Technology
Louisiana State University
Digital Media Center
340 E Parker Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA
Cell: 225-284-1710

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