3rd International Workshop on Open Source Supercomputing
Thursday, June 28, 2018 – 14:00 to 18:00 MEZ
Held in conjunction with the 2018 ISC High Performance Computing Conference, Frankfurt, Germany
Increased specialization is an effective way for the HPC to continue performance scaling at the end of MOSFET scaling. To decrease design cost – in both money and time, rapid hardware prototyping methods combined with flexible software stacks and programming models must to be explored.
Open source solutions may provide the best opportunities for specialization and the OpenSuCo Workshop seeks to encapsulate a wealth of effort in design, prototyping, and cross-functional collaboration of open source hardware, software, and scientific computing projects in a singular point of technical discussion and exchange. As the limits of MOSFET/Dennard scaling grow ever closer, the high performance/technical computing community continually seeks new methods by which to continue scaling system performance and, potentially, system efficiency. The goal of this workshop is to engage the HPC community and explore open-source solutions for constructing an HPC system – from silicon to applications.
Topics of Interest
We invite the community to submit both papers and proposals for “lightning demos.” The demo session will provide attendees the opportunity to give short (5-min) demos of software or hardware technology that could forward the construction of open source HPC systems.
We solicit papers according to (but not limited to) three technical tracks as follows:
ISC18 Program Committee
Anastasiia Butko, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sunita Chandrasekaran, University of Delaware
David Donofrio, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Glen Edwards, Micron Technology, Inc.
Farzad Fatollahi-Fard, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Sven Karlsson, Technical University of Denmark
Kurt Keville, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
John Leidel, Texas Tech University / Tactical Computing Labs
Martin Schulz, Technical University of Munich
John Shalf, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Noel Wheeler, Laboratory of Physical Science
Sam Williams, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
14:00-14:30 — Keynote Speaker: Alasdair King (University of Cambridge)
14:30-15:00 — Offloading C++17 Parallel STL on System Shared Virtual Memory Platforms | Pekka Jääskeläinen, John Glossner, Martin Jambor, Aleksi Tervo, & Matti Rintala (Tampere University of Technology, Optimum Semiconductor Technologies, & SUSE)
15:00-15:30 — Using a Graph Visualization Tool for Parallel Program Dynamic Visualization and Communication Analysis | Denise Stringhini, Pedro Spoljaric Gomes, & Alvaro Fazenda (Universidade Federal de São Paulo)
15:30-16:15 — Paper Author Panel
16:15-16:45 — Coffee Break
16:45-17:05 — Parallel Programming Introduction using Arduino Microcontrollers | Hannes Haljaste, Liem Radita Tapaning Hesti, & Benson K. Muite (Institute of Computer Science University of Tartu)
17:05-17:25 — Open Source Toolset for HW/SW Co-Design of High Performance Low Power Co-Processors | Pekka Jääskeläinen, Jarmo Takala, & Aleksi Tervo (Tampere University of Technology)
17:25-17:45 — TBD | Alasdair King (University of Cambridge)
17:45-18:00 — Closing Remarks
- Submission Deadline:
2018 April 06, 23:59 AOE2018 April 20, 23:59 AOE (EXTENDED)
- Conference-ready deadline: 2018 June 17
- Camera-ready deadline: 2018 July 29
Papers must be formatted according to the LNCS style (single column format). Papers are limited to 10 pages including figures, references, the abstract, and everything else.
Lightening demo submissions must also be formatted according to the same LNCS style (single column format). Lightening demo submissions are limited to 1 page, NOT including figures and references.
Submit your papers via EasyChair.