Accelerated Data and Computing (ADAC) Workshop

Theme: Performance Portability and Resource Management to Accommodate Data Science
Hosted by CSCS in Lugano, Switzerland - June 12-14, 2016

Presentations from ADAC

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Keynote Name Document
How to be Bayesian in the Big Data Era Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology PDF
     
Session 1: Applications    
Update from Working Group Tim Robinson PDF
How to think exascale: Modernizing the LAPACK and Scalapack Libraries Azzam Haidar (University of Tennessee) PDF
The Development of the Electronic Structure Code LSDalton and its Library Requirements Thomas Kjaergaard (Aarhus University) PDF
Non Orthogonal Configuration Interaction on the Next Generation of Supercomputers Remco Havenith (University of Groningen) PDF
Beyond ppOpen-HPC: Applications and Algorithms in the Post-K/Post-Moore Era Name PDF Power Point
Past Algorithms and Future Libraries for Efficient Nonbonded Particle Simulations Erik Lindahl (Stockholm University & KTH) PDF
Towards Large-Scale Quantum Chemistry with Second-Generation Density Matrix Renormalization Group (DMRG) Stefan Knecht (ETH-Zurich) PDF
     
Session 2: Performance Tools    
Update from Working Group Jeremy Meredith, ORNL Power Point
Understanding Portability of a High-Level Programming Model on Diverse HPC Architectures Jeff Vetter (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) PDF
Performance Portability of Stencil Kernels Tobias Gysi (ETH-Zurich) PDF
Performance Modeling for Selected Scalable Applications Paul F. Baumeister, (Juelich) PDF
     
Session 3: Resource Management    
Update from Working Group Stephen McNalley, ORNL Power Point
Workflows, Pegasus and Their Interactions with HPC Systems Ewa Deelman (University of Southern California) Power Point
Shifter: Containers in HPC Environments Lucas Benedicic (ETH-Zurich) PDF
Operating Experience with SSD and GPUs Toshio Endo (Tokyo Institute of Technology) PDF
Resource Management from HPC to the Cloud: Do You Manage Resources or Do They Manage You? Dave Hancock (Indiana University) PDF