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Program
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ISC’13
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Conference & Exhibition Guide
Conference & Exhibition Guide
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ISC’13
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General Information
Sunday, June 16
Monday, June 17
Tuesday, June 18
Wednesday, June 19
Thursday, June 20
Exhibition
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Distinguished Speakers
CCL, Level +1, Hall 1
Chair:
Michael Hortmann, University of Bremen
09:00 am − 09:45 am
New Memory Technologies to Reduce Energy
Dean Klein, Micron Technology
09:45 am − 10:30 am
How to Use the New 65-Megawatt Bluffdale Supercomputer:
A Gentle Introduction to Cryptanalysis
Daniel J. Bernstein, University of Illinois at Chicago & Technische
Universiteit Eindhoven
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Better Understanding Brains, Genomes &
Life Using HPC Systems
CCL, Level +1, Hall 2
Chair:
David A. Bader, Georgia Institute of Technology
09:00 am − 09:30 am
Bioinformatics, Big Data & HPC: Practice & Thoughts
BingQiang Wang, BGI
09:30 am − 10:00 am
Efficient & Scalable Bio-Molecular Simulations on HPC Systems
Rossen Apostolov, KTH Royal Institute of Technology & ScalaLife
10:00 am − 10:30 am
Simulation Technology for Brain-Scale Neuronal Networks
Markus Diesmann, INM/IAS Jülich & RWTH
09:00 am − 10:30 am
HPC − From Desktop to Cloud
CCL, Level +1, Hall 3
Industry Track
Chair:
Wolfgang Gentzsch, Executive HPC Consultant
09:00 am − 09:20 am
Blue Sky, Blue Ocean − Reaching the Missing Middle is the Opportunity
Jon Riley, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
09:20 am − 09:40 am
Virtual Product Prototyping & Multi-Domain Optimization from Your
Desktop
Dominique Lefebvre, ESI Group
09:40 am − 10:00 am
Turn Your Laptop into a Simulation Cluster
Jean-Marie Davesnes, Oxalya
Benoit Vautrin, Oxalya
10:00 am − 10:20 am
HPC Clouds: An HPC Solution & Service Provider’s Feedback
Marc Levrier, Serviware
10:20 am − 10:30 am
Questions & Answers
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Research Paper Session 06
CCL, Level +1, Hall 5
Chair:
Fang-Pang Lin, National Center for High-Performance Computing
09:00 am − 09:20 am
Maximizing Application Performance in a Multi-Core, NUMA-Aware Compute
Cluster by Multi-Level Tuning
Gilad Shainer, Mellanox Technologies
09:20 am − 09:40 am
Using Simulation to Validate Performance of MPI(-IO) Implementations
Julian M. Kunkel, DKRZ
09:40 am − 10:00 am
Evaluating Lossy Compression on Climate Data
Nathanael Hübbe, University of Hamburg
10:00 am − 10:30 am
One Size Does Not Fit All: Clustering Supercomputer Failures Using a
Multiple Time Window Approach
Catello Di Martino, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
09:00 am − 06:00 pm
Research Posters & HPC in Asia Posters
CCL, Level 0, MPA 4 Foyer
09:00 am − 01:00 pm
BoFs 13 − 16
CCL, Level +1, Hall 4
09:00 am − 10:00 am
BoF 13: Mini- & Proto-Applications as Co Design
Development Vehicles for Exascale: Status & Plans
Hans-Christian Hoppe, Intel
Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Marie-Christine Sawley, Intel
10:00 am − 11:00 am
BoF 14: Achieving Exascale through Innovations in Runtime System
Software
Rishi Khan, ET International
Thomas Sterling, Indiana University
11:00 am − 12:00 pm
BoF 15: Achieving Scalability to Millions of Heterogeneous Cores:
Applications & Programming Models
Sadaf R. Alam, CSCS
Buddy Bland, ORNL
Thomas Schulthess, CSCS
Jack Wells, ORNL
12:00 pm − 01:00 pm
BoF 16: Execution Analysis & Optimization of Parallel Applications
Erik Hagersten, Rogue Wave Software
Bettina Krammer, Bielefeld University & University of Applied
Sciences, Bielefeld
Hartmut Mix, TU Dresden
Bernd Mohr, JSC
09:00 am − 01:00 pm
BoFs 19 − 22
Messehaus, Level 0, M01
09:00 am − 10:00 am
BoF 19: GPU Supercomputing for Physics & Astrophysics − a Road to Exascale
Peter Berczik, National Academy of Sciences Ukraine
Michael Bussmann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
Xuebin Chi, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Filipe Cruz, Nagasaki University
Sudip Dosanjh, LBNL
Paul Gibbon, JSC
Tsuyoshi Hamada, Nagasaki University
Thorsten Naab, MPI for Astrophysics
Chingis Omarov, National Space Agency Kazakhstan
Dirk Pleiter, JSC & University of Regensburg
Rainer Spurzem, Chinese Academy of Sciences & University of
Heidelberg
Long Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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