Discussion between Rich Bruckner of insideHPC and Michele De Lorenzi at the hpc-ch booth during ISC15.
Torsten Hoefler (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) interviews Satoshi Matsuoka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) about his first impressions of PASC15 and the trends in computational science in the coming years after PASC15 Conference. Some keywords during the interview: how application needs will influence research in the design of new architectures for exascale, heterogeneous architectures, FPGA, co-design, […]
Videos of the hpc-ch Forum on Software Management for HPC, hosted by University of Basel, June 11, 2015 Software Management of System Tools Managing UBELIX with the Foreman and Puppet Automatic Building & Continuous Validation: CSCS Roadmap
Recording of a plenary presentation during the PASC15 Conference. www.pasc15.org Abstract Algorithmic adaptations are required to use anticipated exascale hardware near its potential, since the code base has been engineered to squeeze out flops. Instead, algorithms must now squeeze out synchronizations, memory, and transfers, while extra flops on locally cacheable data represent small costs in […]
Recording of a plenary presentation during the PASC15 Conference. www.pasc15.org Abstract Exascale computing will enable combustion simulations in parameter regimes relevant to next-generation combustors burning alternative fuels. The first principles direct numerical simulations (DNS) are needed to provide the underlying science base required to develop vastly more accurate predictive combustion models used ultimately to design […]