Publications and presentations

Peer-reviewed journal publications and conference presentations arising from work done in the context of the INTERTWinE project.

Journal publications and conference proceedings

Poster presentations

Other presentations

  • Driving Asynchronous Distributed Tasks with Events, Nick Brown, - talk at 4th Workshop for Open Source Supercomputing (OpenSuCo) at SC18, Dallas, USA, 12 November 2018
  • StarPU and KStar, Synergies between a Task-Based Runtime System and an OpenMP Compiler, Olivier Aumage - invited talk at SIAM Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (SIAM PP) 2018 Tokyo, Japan, 7–10 March, 2018
  • OpenMP Tasks for QR Factorization in PLASMA, Jakub Šístek, Jakub Kurzak, Julien Langou - talk presented at SIAM Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (SIAM PP) 2018 Tokyo, Japan, 7–10 March, 2018 (http://meetings.siam.org/sess/dsp_talk.cfm?p=89712).
  • Using OpenMP tasks for QR factorization in the PLASMA library, Jakub Śístek - talk presented at High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering (HPCSE) 2017, Ostrava, Czech Republic, 22-26 May 2017.

White Paper on 2016 Exascale Applications Workshop

In October 2016, INTERTWinE led the organisation of a two-day Exascale Applications Workshop. This workshop brought together 12 application owners and 4 EC-funded projects (INTERTWinE, EPiGRAM, EXA2CT and AllScale) to discuss application needs in the exascale era. The applications cover a lot of well-established HPC codes as well as upcoming codes: particles-in-cell code for space plasma simulation; CFD simulation for aeronautics or multiphysics; simulation of complex fluids; dense and sparse linear algebra; machine learning; and quantum chemistry.

For a full report on the findings of the workshop, please read our White Paper on the Exascale Applications Workshop.

Second Exascale Applications Workshop (Edinburgh, 2018) - Final Report

In April 2018, INTERTWinE organised the 2nd Exascale Applications Workshop at the University of Edinburgh. The workshop programme was assembled around four consecutive sessions: Asynchronous execution, Interoperability, Usage of libraries, and Distributed tasks.

For more information, please read our Final Report on the workshop.

Last updated: 09 Nov 2018 at 15:09