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
- Interoperability of GASPI and MPI in a large scale Lattice-Boltzmann code, Roman Iakymchuk, Luis Cebamanos, Tiberiu Rotaru, Mirko Rahn, Erwin Laure, Stefano Markidis, Valeria Bartsch, Christian Simmendinger, PPAM 2017 - the 12th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics (Lublin, Poland, 10-13 September 2017);
- Task-parallel LU factorization of hierarchical matrices using OmpSs, José I. Aliaga, Rocío Carratalá, Ronald Kriemann, Enrique S. Quintana-Ortí, 18th IEEE International Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Scientific and Engineering Computing (PDSEC) 2017 at IPDPS - IEEE International Distributed and Parallel Processing Symposium, (Orlando (FL), USA, 2 June 2017), to appear;
- API interoperability among multithreaded MPI and OpenMP tasking in a large scientific code, Dana Akhmetova, Roman Iakymchuk, Orjan Ekeberg, Erwin Laure, High Level Programming Models and Supporting Environments Workshop (HIPS 2017) at IPDPS - IEEE International Distributed and Parallel Processing Symposium, (Orlando (FL), USA, 29 May 2017);
- Using OpenMP tasks for QR factorization in the PLASMA library, Jakub Śístek, accepted for High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering (HPCSE) 2017, Ostrava, Czech Republic, 22-26 May 2017;
- MPI Sessions: Leveraging Runtime Infrastructure to Increase Scalability of Applications at Exascale, Daniel Holmes, Kathryn Mohror, Ryan E. Grant, Anthony Skjellum, Martin Schulz, Wesley Bland, Jeffery M. Squyres - paper presented at EuroMPI 2016 (Edinburgh, UK, 25-28 September 2016). Slides available at http://www.eurompi2016.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/attachments/Holmes-MPI_Sessions.pdf;
- Exploiting Task-Parallelism in Message-Passing Sparse Linear System Solvers Using OmpSs, José I. Aliaga, María Barreda, Matthias Bollhöfer, Enrique S. Quintana-Ortí - paper presented at Euro-Par 2016 (Grenoble, France, 24-26 August 2016) and published in Euro-Par 2016: Parallel Processing - Volume 9833 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 631-643.
- INTERTWinE: Programming Model INTERoperability ToWards Exascale, Valeria Bartsch - poster presented at the Café Européen de la Recherche at the Teratec Forum 2017 (Palaiseau, France, 27-28 June 2017)
- INTERTWinE: Resource Manager APIs, Xavier Teruel, Vicenç Beltran, Mark Bull, Olivier Aumage, Enrique S. Quintana - research poster presented at ISC 2017 (Frankfurt, Germany, 18-22 June 2017);
- MPI RMA as a directory/cache interoperability layer, Nick Brown, Tiberiu Rotaru, Bernd Lörwald, Vicenç Beltran, Xavier Teruel, Olivier Aumage - research poster presented at ISC 2017 (Frankfurt, Germany, 18-22 June 2017);
- Directory/Cache API for Sharing Data in Distributed Memory Systems, Tiberiu Rotaru, Bernd Lörwald, Mirko Rahn, Nick Brown, Vicenç Beltran Querol, Olivier Aumage, Xavier Teruel - research poster presented at ISC 2017 (Frankfurt, Germany, 18-22 June 2017);
- INTERTWinE: Programming Model INTERoperability ToWards Exascale, Valeria Bartsch - project poster presented at ISC 2017 (Frankfurt, Germany, 18-22 June 2017);
- Leveraging MPI RMA for an efficient directory/cache transport layer, Nick Brown, Tiberiu Rotaru, Bernd Lörwald, Mirko Rahn, Vicenç Beltran, Xavier Teruel, Olivier Aumage - poster and associated lightning talk presented at EuroMPI 2016 (Edinburgh, UK, 25-28 September 2016).
White Paper on 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.