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IXPUG Birds-of-a-Feather

Achieving Performance on Current and Future Large-Scale Intel Xeon-Based Systems

Location: Colorado Convention Center, Denver 

Date: Wednesday, November 20 2019, 17:15 - 18:45, in Room 201-203 

Registration: The workshop is held in conjunction with SC19 in Denver. To attend IXPUG BoF, you must register for SC. More information is on the SC19 Website.

SC Page link https://sc19.supercomputing.org/presentation/?id=bof205&sess=sess330 

Event Description:

This BoF, organized by the Intel eXtreme Performance Computing Users Group (IXPUG), will focus on achieving performance at scale on current and future large Intel-based systems. The IXPUG community has in-depth knowledge and experience preparing codes for Xeon Phi and Xeon Scalable family of processors and coprocessors. With a planned 2021 exascale system that includes Intel GPUs, IXPUG’s optimization targets will be expanding to include the full line of Intel processors, including FPGAs. Through invited talks and open discussion, the BoF will provide a forum to share tips and techniques and look to the future.

BoF Agenda

Start End Title Author(s) Presentation
 17:15  17:25 Welcome to IXPUG Thomas Steinke, Zuse Institute Berlin, IXPUG Chair Presentation 
17:25 17:40 Intel Keynote: oneAPI and Data Parallel Programming Geoff Lowney, Senior Fellow, Intel Presentation 
17:40 18:10 Site Updates: Preparing for Future Systems Tommy Minyard, Texas Advanced Computing Center;
Ian Karlin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory;
David Martin, Argonne Leadership Computing Facility 

TACC Presentation

LLNL Presentation

 18:10 18:40 Panel Discussion and Q&A: "What do you need to be successful on your next-generation HPC system?"  Tommy Minyard, Texas Advanced Computing Center; 
Yoshiki Yamaguchi, University of Tsukuba; 
Balint Joo, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Laboratory;
Salman Habib, Argonne National Laboratory
 18:40 18:45 Closing  Thomas Steinke, Zuse Institute Berlin, IXPUG Chair