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Program
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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
High-End Systems towards Exascale
CCL, Level +1, Hall 1
Chair:
Erich Strohmaier, LBNL
09:00 am − 09:20 am
What Does Titan Tell Us about Preparing for Exascale Supercomputers?
Buddy Bland, ORNL
09:20 am − 09:40 am
Critical Issues at Exascale for Algorithm & Software Design
Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee & ORNL
09:40 am − 10:00 am
Numerical Reproducibility in Exascale Computing
David H. Bailey, LBNL
10:00 am − 10:20 am
Exascale Co-Design of Combustion in Turbulence (ExaCT)
Jacqueline H. Chen, Sandia National Laboratories
10:20 am − 10:30 am
Questions & Answers
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Memory System Design
CCL, Level +1, Hall 2
Chair:
Dean Klein, Micron Technology
09:00 am − 09:30 am
New Waves in Memory Technology & System Hierarchy
Jaeheon (Jae) Jeong, Samsung Electronics
09:30 am − 10:00 am
Scalable, Efficient, Resilient Memory Systems with the
Hybrid Memory Cube
Todd Farrell, Micron Technology
10:00 am − 10:30 am
Traversing Massive Graphs with NAND Flash
Roger Pearce, LLNL
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Programming Models & Tools
CCL, Level +1, Hall 3
Chair:
Bernd Mohr, JSC
09:00 am − 09:20 am
The Message Passing Interface: MPI 3.0 & the Road to MPI 4.0
Martin Schulz, LLNL
09:20 am − 09:40 am
Modern Fortran & the Coarray Programming Model
Roberto Ansaloni, Cray
09:40 am − 10:00 am
CUDA Past, Present & Future
Ian Buck, NVIDIA
10:00 am − 10:20 am
Programming Models for Next Generation HPC Systems
Kathryn O’Brien, IBM
10:20 am − 10:30 am
Questions & Answers
09:00 am − 10:30 am
HPC Applications: State of the Art
CCL, Level +1, Hall 4
Chair:
Sergi Girona, PRACE
09:00 am − 09:30 am
Industrial Uses of HPC Simulations at EDF for Energy Production
Ange Caruso, EDF
09:30 am − 10:00 am
High-Order Flow Simulations around Complex Shapes on the TianHe-1A
Supercomputer
Xiaogang Deng, NUDT
10:00 am − 10:30 am
Using HPC to Simulate Power Plants
Vincent Moureau, CORIA
09:00 am − 10:30 am
Research Paper Session 09
CCL, Level +1, Hall 5
Chair:
Yuichi Tsujita, RIKEN
09:00 am − 09:20 am
VLI − A Library for High Precision Integer &
Polynomial Arithmetic
Timothée Ewart, University of Geneva
09:20 am − 09:40 am
Performance-Portable Finite Element Assembly Using
PyOP2 & FEniCS
Graham Robert Markall, Imperial College London
09:40 am − 10:00 am
Fork-Join & Data-Driven Execution Models on Multi-Core Architectures:
Case Study of the FMM
Amer Abdelhalim, Tokyo Institute of Technology
10:00 am − 10:30 am
Offload Compiler Runtime for the Intel
®
Xeon Phi
Coprocessor
Chris Newburn, Intel
10:30 am − 11:00 am
Coffee Break
CCL, Level +1, Foyer
11:00 am − 12:00 pm
Chip Design
CCL, Level +1, Hall 1
Chair:
Thomas Sterling, Indiana University
11:00 am − 11:30 am
ExaScale Computing? − or ExaScale Communication!
Dave Dunning, Intel
11:30 am − 12:00 pm
Can the Compute from Mobile Conquer the HPC Challenge?
John Goodacre, ARM
11:00 am − 12:00 pm
HPC & Big Data − Acquisition & Analysis
CCL, Level +1, Hall 2
Chair:
Sverre Jarp, CERN
11:00 am − 11:20 am
Acquisition & Analysis of Immense Datasets for e-People
Zhiwei Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
11:20 am − 11:40 am
Square Kilometre Array: Big Telescope, Big Data, Big Opportunity
Jasper Horrell, SKA Project
11:40 am − 12:00 pm
Big Data in Action: The SAS High-Performance Analytics Concept,
Technologies in Use Cases & Examples
Mark Torr, SAS Institute
11:00 am − 12:00 pm
System Challenges in HPC
CCL, Level +1, Hall 3
Chair:
Franck Cappello, Argonne National Laboratory
11:00 am − 11:20 am
What Petascale System Resiliency is Telling Us
About Exascale Resiliency
Bill Kramer, NCSA
11:20 am − 11:40 am
Resiliency in Exascale Systems −
Rocket Science or Engineering?
Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
11:40 am − 12:00 pm
Sophisticated Fault Resilience
Rolf Riesen, IBM Research Ireland
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