Workshop Program

May 18, 2010

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

 

Time

Sessions

Authors

Links

11:00AM

Welcome and Introduction (Judy Qiu, Indiana University, USA)

 

Session  I (Shujia Zhou NASA, USA)

11:00AM

Multi - FFT Vectorization for the Cell Multicore Processor

Jacob Barhen

Travis Humble

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

 

Pramita Mitra University of Notre Dame, USA
Michael Traweek Office of Naval Research, USA

11:30AM

Asynchronous Communication Schemes for Finite Difference Methods on Multiple GPUs

Daniel Playne

Ken Hawick

Massey University Auckland, New Zealand

 

12:00AM

Solving k-Nearest Neighbor Problem on Multiple Graphics Processors  

Kimikazu Kato

Tikara Hosino

Nihon Unisys, Ltd., Japan

 

12:30AM

Cooperative Multitasking for GPU-Accelerated Grid Systems

Fumihiko Ino

Akihiro Ogita

Kentaro Oita

Kenichi Hagihara

Osaka University, Japan

 

01:00PM

Lunch Break

 

Session II (Ken Hawick   Massey University, New Zealand)

02:00PM

From Sparse Matrix to Optimal GPU CUDA Sparse Matrix Vector Product Implementation

Ahmed El Zein

Alistair Rendell

Australian National University, Australia

 

02:30PM

Programming challenges for the implementation of numerical quadrature in atomic physics on FPGA and GPU accelerators

Charles Gillan

Ivor Spence

Centre for Secure Information Technology, United Kingdom

 

Thomas Steinke

Johannes Bock

Sebastian Borchert

Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum fuer Informationstechnik Berlin, Germany
Stan Scott Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom

03:00PM

Accelerating Climate and Weather Simulations Through Hybrid Computing   

Shujia Zhou,

Carlos Cruz,

Daniel Duffy

NASA GSFC, USA

 

Robert Tucker

Mark Purcell

IBM Lab, Ireland
03:30PM

Afternoon Tea

 

Session III

04:00PM

Performance of Windows Multicore Systems on Threading and MPI 

Judy Qiu

Scott Beason

Seung-Hee Bae

Saliya Ekanayake

Geoffrey Fox

Indiana University, USA

 

04:30PM

High Resolution Program Flow Visualization of Hardware Accelerated Hybrid Multi-Core Applications

Daniel Hackenberg

Guido Juckeland

Holger Brunst

ZIH, TU Dresden, Germany

 

05:00PM

Running the NIM Next-Generation Weather Model on GPUs

Mark Govett

NOAA, USA

 

Jacques Middlecoff

Tom Henderson

Colorado State University, USA

05:30PM

A Memory Centric Kernel Framework for Accelerating Short-Range, Interactive Particle Simulation 

Ian Stewart

Shujia Zhou

UMBC, USA

 

06:00PM

Social Event

06:30PM