Call for Participation for CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop

Call for Participation for CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop

Call for Participation

CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop,

September 18-19, 2014 at Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR (co-located with LCPC'14)


Address: 2111 NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124

(Jones Farm Campus)

Workshop Agenda:

Thursday, September 18th, 2014: (JFCC 119)

08:30 -- Breakfast and Coffee

09:00 -- Intel Concurrent Collections Tutorial – James Brodman(Intel)

10:00 -- Morning Break

10:30 -- Keynote address – Intel’s extreme scale computing efforts – Bill Feiereisen(Intel)

11:30 -- State of CnC – Frank Schlimbach(Intel) and Zoran Budimlic(Rice University)

12:30 -- Lunch Break

13:30 -- Session 1: Applications

  • Using CnC to Enable Re-use in the Portland Observatory – Kristin Tufte (Portland State University), Basem Elazzabi (Portland State University), Veronika Megler (Portland State University), Morgan Harvey (Portland State University), Kath Knobe(Rice University), David Maier (Portland State University)
  • Adaptive Mesh Refinement under the Concurrent Collections Programming ModelRobert Pavel (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Delaware), Robert Bird (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Warwick), Pascal Grosset (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Utah), Ken Czuprynski (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Iowa), Andrew Reisner (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Erin Carrier (Los Alamos National Laboratory/University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Christoph Junghans (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Benjamin Bergen (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Allen McPherson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Gene Sequencing Without The PainYves Vandriessche (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
  • Experience porting LULESH to CnCEllen Porter (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

15:30 -- Afternoon Break

16:00 -- Session 2: Runtime

  • Statistic Multiplexed Computing – A Paradigm Shift Towards Data Parallel Tuple Space ComputingJustin Y. Shi (Temple University)
  • CnC in an Event-Driven Programming ModelNick Vrvilo (Rice University), Brian Nickerson(Intel), Kath Knobe(Rice University) and Vivek Sarkar(Rice University)
  • DFGR: an Intermediate Graph Representation for Macro-Dataflow ProgramsAlina Sbirlea(Rice University), Louis-Noel Pouchet(UCLA), Vivek Sarkar(Rice University)

17:30 -- Networking

18:30 -- Dinner outing

Friday, September 19th, 2014: (JFCC 117)

08:30 -- Breakfast and Coffee

09:00 -- Future of CnC – Kathleen Knobe (Rice University)

10:00 -- Morning Break

10:30 -- Session 3: Programming Contest Talks

  • Parsec Apps – SeMiBo (Sergei Krestianskov, Michael Buse, Bo Zhao), German Research School for Simulation Sciences
  • Implementation of classical molecular dynamics algorithm using Intel Concurrent Collections – Exmatex Co-design Summer School Team (Riyaz Haque), Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
  • Fast Linear Algebra Kernels with CnC – Buckeyes (Martin R. Kong and Louis-Noel Pouchet), Ohio State University

12:00 -- Lunch Break

13:00 -- Session 4: Programming Contest Talks

  • CnC for ray tracing – WSU Graphics (Ellen Porter and Robert R. Lewis), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Jacobi2d (Iterative Convergence, stencil computation)Rice Owls (Shams Imam and Nick Vrvilo), Rice University

14:00 -- Open discussion / Panel discussion

15:00 -- Afternoon Break

15:30 – John FeoProgramming Contest Winner Announced

16:00 -- End of CnC 2014


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