Conference Program

Facing the Multicore-Challenge II

September 28-30, 2011
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Conference Program in PDF-format

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

 09:30h - 10:15h  Registration and Coffee                                                                       
 10:15h - 10:30h  Welcome and Opening
 10:30h - 11:30h  Invited Talk
 Only the First Steps of the Parallel Evolution have been taken thus far
 James R. Reinders, Intel
 11:30h - 11:55h  Paper
  Performance and Productivity of New Programming Languages
  Iris Christadler, Giovanni Erbacci, Alan D. Simpson

 11:55h - 12:20h  Paper
  Towards high-performance implementations of a custom HPC kernel using Intel Array Building Blocks
  Alexander Heinecke, Michael Klemm, Hans Pabst, Dirk Pflüger


 Lunch Break                                                                                                                                                     

 13:30h - 13:55h Paper     
 AHDAM: an Asymmetric Homogeneous with Dynamic Allocation Manycore Chip                                           
 Charly Bechara, Nicolas Ventroux, Daniel Etiemble

 13:55h - 14:20h

 FPGA Implementation of the Robust Essential Matrix Estimation with RANSAC                                    
 and the 8-point and the 5-point Method

 Michał Fularz, Marek Kraft, Adam Schmidt, Andrzej Kasiński
 14:20h - 15:10h Short Talks I 
 Verifying Programs on Relaxed Memory Models  
 Alexander Linden
 Modeling Performance through Memory-Stalls
 Roman Iakymchuk
 Efficient Serial and Parallel Coordinate Descent Methods for Huge-Scale Convex Optimization
 Martin Takac
 Interval Arithmetic for Graphic Processors
 Marko Nehmeier
 15:10h - 15:45h Coffee Break
 15:45h - 17:45h
 The SMPSs Programming Model

 Marta Garcia, Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Spain                                
 Rainer Keller, HLRS, Stuttgart, German

19:30h - 22:00h         Conference Dinner Badisch Brauhaus                                                                                                                                                        

Thursday, September 29, 2011

 09:00h -  10:00h
 Invited Talk
 Balance principles for algorithm-architecture co-design                                
 Richard Vuduc, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
 10:00h -  10:25h Paper
 Hybrid Parallelization of a Realistic Heart Model
Dorian Krause, Mark Potse, Thomas Dickopf, Rolf Krause, Angelo Auricchio, Frits Prinzen                                 
 10:25h - 10:50h
 Using Free Scheduling for Programming NVIDIA Cards
Wlodzimierz Bielecki, Marek Palkowski
 10:50h - 11:20h
 Coffee Break and Poster Session                                                           
 11:20h - 13:00h
 Principles of Multicore Optimization
 Jan Treibig, RRZE Erlangen, Germany

 13:00h-14:00h  Lunch Break                                                                                                                                                            

 14:00h - 14:25h Paper
 GPU Accelerated Computation of the Longest Common Subsequence
Katsuya Kawanami, Noriyuki Fujimoto
 14:25h - 14:50h
 Experiences with High-Level Programming Directives for Porting Applications to GPUs                                       
Oscar Hernandez, Wei Ding, Barbara Chapman, Ramanan Sankaran, Richard Graham, Christos Kartsaklis
 14:50h - 15:15h
 A GPU Algorithm for Greedy Graph Matching
B. O. Fagginger Auer, R. H. Bisseling
 15:15h - 15:45h Coffee Break and Poster Session                                                          
 15:45h - 17:15h
 Unleash the Power of Modern CPUs through Vectorization and Parallelization
 Hans Pabst, Intel

 18:00h - 20:00h
 Social Event: ZKM Car Culture                                                                                                                                                   

Friday, September 30, 2011


 09:00h - 09:25h
 Efficient AMG on Heterogeneous Systems
Jiri Kraus, Malte Förster
 09:25h - 09:50h
 A GPU-Accelerated Parallel Preconditioner for the Solution of the
 Boltzmann Transport Equation for Semiconductors

Karl Rupp, Ansgar Jüngel, Tibor Grasser
 09:50h - 10:15h
 Parallel Smoothers for Matrix-based Geometric Multigrid Methods on Locally Refined Meshes                               
 Using Multicore CPUs and GPUs

 Vincent Heuveline, Dimitar Lukarski, Nico Trost, Jan-Philipp Weiss
 10:15h - 10:45h
 Coffee Break and Poster Session                                                           
 10:45h - 11:35h
 Short Talks II (4 Talks)
 Effects of 3-D Stacked Vector Cache on Energy Consumption
 Ryusuke Egawa
 Latency Reduction in Parallel Streaming Applications
 Sebastian Mattheis
 Communication Efficiency in ProActive
 Marek Nowicki
 Towards Efficient Two-Level Preconditoned Conjugate Gradient on the GPU
 Rohit Gupta
 11:35h - 12:45h

 Panel Discussion
 Where does Manycore Lead Us? Where are we now?                                           

 12:45h - 13:45h
 Lunch Break                                                                                                                                                                               

 13:45h - 14:35h
 Short Talks III
 The symbolic manipulation system FORM and its parallelization
 Takahiro Ueda
 Evaluation of maximum likelihood fits on GPU devices using CUDA
 Felice Pantaleo
 Employing a High-Level Language for Porting Numerical Applications to Reconfigurable Hardware             
 Mareike Schmidtobreick     
 Analysis of Event Processing Design Patterns and their Performance Dependency
 on I/O Notification  Mechanisms

 Ronald Strebelow                                                                                                                                            

 14:35h - 14:45h
 Wrap-Up and Closing                                                                                                                                             

 Overview of Posters
Two Level Preconditioned CG Method on the GPU
Rohit Gupta
A GPU Parallel Coordinate Descent Method for Large-Scale Truss Topology Design
Martin Takac
Verifying Programs on Relaxed Memory Models
Alexander Linden