39th SPEEDUP Workshop on High Performance Computing,
September 6/7, 2010, at ETH Zurich
The intention of this workshop is to present and discuss the state-of-the-art in high-performance and parallel scientific computing. Presentations will focus on algorithms, applications, and software issues related to high-performance parallel computing. The focus of the workshop on Monday Sept 6 will be on software environments for large scale simulations and on the issues of fault tolerance in massively parallel systems.
The scientific program of Sept 6 consists of seven 45-minute talks and a poster session. Please encourage your collaborators to uploaded an abstract. The deadline is August 28, 2010.
On Sept 7 we will organize a tutorial on hybrid MPI/OpenMP computing. It will be taught by Timothy Stitt and Neil Stringfellow (both CSCS, Manno, Switzerland).
There is a small fee of CHF 50 payable at the workshop. For students the workshop is free of charge.
Details and the registration form can be found at http://www.speedup.ch/.
The fee for the tutorial are CHF150 payable at the workshop or tutorial. For students the price is CHF50.
Organizing Committee:Andreas Adelmann (PSI Villigen), Peter Arbenz (ETH Zurich), Olaf Schenk (University of Basel), Vittoria Rezzonico (EPF Lausanne), Ales Janka (University of Fribourg).
September 6, 2010: (7 talks of 45 minutes each + poster session)
- Omar Gattas (University of Texas, Austin)
Petascale AMR, with Applications to Solid Earth Geophysics Problems
- Matthew Knepley (Argonne National Laboratory):
PETSc: the Portable, Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation
- Michael Heroux (Sandia National Laboratories):
Trilinos for Emerging Parallel Computing Systems
- Rolf Krause (USI Lugano):
UG (Unstructured Grids): Development of PDE Solvers for Biomechanics
- Romain Teyssier (University of Zurich):
Fault Tolerance Issues in Large Scale Applications
- Christian Engelmann (Oak Ridge National Laboratory):
- Beyond Application-Level Checkpoint/Restart – Advanced Software Approaches for Fault Resilience
- Georg Hager (University of Erlangen-Nuernberg):
Hybrid MPI/OpenMP Computing
September 7, 2010: Tutorial
Tutorial on hybrid MPI/OpenMP computing. It will be taught by Timothy Stitt and Neil Stringfellow (both CSCS, Manno, Switzerland).