Workshop on

Large-Scale Parallel Processing (LSPP)

Friday 23rd May, 2014

Preliminary Schedule



Invited Keynote Presentation

8:45        Exascale Network Grand Challenges
Craig Stunkel, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Session 1: Systems

9:30        Higher Dimensional Gaussian Networks, A. Shamaei, B. Bose, M. Flahive, Oregon State University, USA

10:00      Coffee Break

Session 1: Systems continued

10:30      The Power-Performance Tradeoffs of the Intel Xeon Phi on HPC Applications, B. Li, H.C. Chang, S. Song, C.Y. Su, T. Meyer, J. Mooring, K. Cameron, Virginia Tech & Pacific Northwest National Lab, USA

11:00      Performance Modeling for Hardware Thread-Level Speculation, Y.C. Wang, , C.R. Lee, M. Perone, Y.C. Chung, I. Chung, National Tsing Hua University & IBM T.J. Watson, USA

11:30      HMC-Sim: A Simulation Framework for Hybrid Memory Cube Devices, J.D. Leidel, Y. Chen, Texas Tech University, USA

12:00      Lunch Break

Invited Talk

1:45        Massively Multithreaded Algorithms for Graph Matching and Coloring,
Mahantesh Halappanavar, Pacific Northwest National Lab, USA

Session 2: Applications

2:30        Online Monitoring System for Performance Fault Detection, R. Gioiosa, G. Kestor, D.J. Kerbyson, Pacific Northwest National Lab, USA

3:00        Coffee Break

Session 2: Applications continued

3:30        Towards extreme-scale simulations with next-generation Trilinos: a low Mach fluid application case study, P. Lin, M. Bettencourt, S. Domino, T. Fisher, M. Hoemmen, J. Hu, E. Phipps, A. Prokopenko, S. Rajamanickam, C. Siefart, E. Cyr, S. Kennon, Sandia National Labs, USA

4:00        Design and Implementation of a Large Scale Tree-Based QR Decomposition Using a 3D Virtual Systolic Array and a Lightweight Runtime, I. Yamazaki, J. Kurzak, P. Luszczek, J. Dongarra, University of Tennessee, USA

4:30        SupMR: Circumventing Disk and Memory Bandwidth Bottlenecks for Scale-up MapReduce, M. Sevilla, I. Nassi, K. Ioannidou, S. Brandt, C. Maltzahn, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Toronto, USA/Canada

5:00     Closing Remarks

Workshop Chairs: Darren J. Kerbyson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
      Ram Rajamony, IBM Austin Research Labs
      Charles Weems, University of Massachusetts, Amherst