PRACE@SC17 presentations, photo gallery

 

Day

Presenter

Subject of the talk

Tuesday 14.11.2017

Ludovic Sauge,
ATOS
Towards energy consumption application profiling with Bull Power Management software tools pdficon
Stephane Requena,
PRACE BoD
PRACE Industry access and SHAPE pdficon
Dieter Kranzlmüller,
Director of LRZ (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre) and professor at LMU (Univ. Munich), Germany
The NOMAD Laborator – an European Centre of Excellence“ pdficon
Daichi Mokunoki,
Riken, Japan
Talk: Implementation and Evaluation of 2.5D Matrix Multiplication on K Computer pdficon
Emmanouil Farsarakis, Applications Consultant at EPCC NEXTGenIO: Storage Class Memory and job scheduling. pdficon
Roxana Dascalu,
PRACE Peer Review
PRACE Project and Preparatory Access  pdficon
Fabrizio Magugliani,
E4 Computer Engineering, Italy
Maximizing throughput & performance while reducing power consumption: dream or reality? pdficon

Wednesday 15.11.2017

Dirk Pleiter,
Group leader, Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Germany
ExaNoDe: Towards a new integration approach for HPC compute nodes pdficon
Florian Berberich,
PRACE BoD
PRACE international co-operation general pdficon
Francois Bodin,
IRISA, France
EXDCI pdficon
Thomas Fahringer,
University of Innsbruck, Austria, FETHPC
AllScale: An Exascale Programming, Multi-objective Optimisation and Resilience Management Environment Based on Nested Recursive Parallelism pdficon
Florian Berberich
PRACE BoD
PRACE training & education pdficon
Emmanouil Farsarakis, Applications Consultant at EPCC, UK PRACE MOOC  pdficon
Andreas Gocht,
Technische Universität Dresden
Center for Information Services and
High Performance Computing (ZIH), Germany
READEX – A Tools-guided Approach for Improving the Energy Efficiency of HPC Applications pdficon
Olivier Aumage,
Researcher, INRIA, and Nick Brown, Applications Consultant, EPCC
“INTERTWinE: Interoperable Tools and Best Practices to Shorten the Path to Exascale” pdficon
Richard Veitch,
Head of Engineering (US), Maxeler Technologies
Energy Efficient Dataflow Computing

Thursday 16.11.2017

Marta Čudová,
Faculty of Information technology, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
‘My journey to HPC’ pdficon
Michael Bader,
Technical University of Munich, Department of Informatics
Extreme-scale simulation of the Sumatra 2004 earthquake pdficon
Laurent Lefevre,
Inria; Issam Rais, Inria, France
Large scale shutdown policies for HPC systems : the ELCI solution pdficon
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