[mpich-discuss] Fwd: EuroMPI/ASIA 2014 Call for Participation

Rajeev Thakur thakur at mcs.anl.gov
Tue Jul 1 13:02:02 CDT 2014

EuroMPI/ASIA 2014 Call for participation

EuroMPI/ASIA 2014 in-cooperation status with ACM and SIGHPC in Kyoto,
Japan, 9th - 12th September, 2014.
The prime annual meeting for researchers, developers, and students in
message-passing parallel computing with MPI and related paradigms.
	**** Deadline of early registration is July 31, 2014 *****

The conference will feature 19 strong technical paper presentations,
3 invited talks, 2 tutorials, 2 workshops, posters ,and
exhibitions.  The list of accepted papers is attached in this CFP.
The detailed conference information is being incrementally updated in
www.eurompi2014.org. Please watch the URL to get the latest

- Advanced MPI: New Features of MPI-3
    Torsten Hoefler, ETH, Switzerland
- Practical Parallel Application Performance Engineering
    Marc-Andre Hermanns, German Research School for Simulation Sciences, Germany
    Allen Malony, University of Oregon
    Matthias Weber, TU Dresden, Germany

- Enabling Scientific Discovery Through High Performance Computing and Extreme Data Science with the Cori System
 Katie Antypas, National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), USA
- Large Scale System Design and Application for Tianhe-2
  Yutong Lu, National University of Defense Technology (NUDT), China
- NESUS: Looking for sustainability in ultrascale computing systems
  Jesus Carretero, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

-  Challenges in Data-Centric Computing
-  ESAA, Workshop on Enhancing Parallel Scientific Applications with
 Accelerated HPC

- Early Registration Deadline: July 31, 2014
- Visa support Deadline:       August 8, 2014
- Pre-Registration Deadline:   August 25, 2014 
- Tutorials:  September 9th, 2014 
- Conference: September 10th-12th, 2014

- MPI Collectives and Datatypes for hierarchical All-to-all Communication
 Jesper Larsson Traff and Antoine Rougier
- Optimal MPI datatype normalization for vector and index-block types
 Jesper Larsson Traff
- Zero-copy, hierarchical Gather is not possible with MPI Datatypes and Collectives
 Jesper Larsson Tr«£ff and Antoine Rougier
- GPU-Aware Intranode MPI_Allreduce
 Iman Faraji and Ahmad Afsahi
- Toward Local Failure Local Recovery Resilience Model using MPI-ULFM
 Keita Teranishi and Michael Heroux
- Evaluating User-Level Fault Tolerance for MPI Applications
 Ignacio Laguna, David F. Richards, Todd Gamblin, Martin Schulz and Bronis R. de Supinski
- Comparing, Contrasting, Generalizing, and Integrating Two Current Designs for Fault-Tolerant MPI
 Amin Hassani, Anthony Skjellum and Ron Brightwell
- Implementing the MPI-3.0 Fortran 2008 Binding
 Junchao Zhang, Bill Long, Kenneth Raffenetti and Pavan Balaji
- Scalable MPI3 RMA on the Blue Gene/Q Supercomputer
 Sameer Kumar and Michael Blocksome
- Intra-Epoch Message Scheduling To Exploit Unused or Residual Overlapping Potential
 Judicael A. Zounmevo and Ahmad Afsahi
- PMI Extensions for Scalable MPI Startup
 Sourav Chakraborty, Hari Subramoni, Jonathan Perkins, Adam Moody, Mark Arnold and Dhabaleswar Panda
- Exploring the Capabilities of the New MPI_T Interface
 Tanzima Islam, Kathryn Mohror and Martin Schulz
- Understanding the Memory-Utilization of MPI Libraries: Challenges and Designs in Implementing the MPI_T Interface
 Raghunath Rajachandrasekar, Jonathan Perkins, Khaled Hamidouche, Mark Arnold and Dhabaleswar K. Panda
- Catching Idlers with Ease: A Lightweight Wait-State Profiler for MPI Programs
 Guoyong Mao, David Boehme, Marc-Andre Hermanns, Markus Geimer, Daniel Lorenz and Felix Wolf
- Distributed Behavioral Cartography of Timed Automata
 Etienne Andre, Camille Coti and Sami Evangelista
- Reproducible MPI Micro-Benchmarking Isn't As Easy As You Think
 Sascha Hunold, Alexandra Carpen-Amarie and Jesper Larsson Tr«£ff
- Exploring the effect of noise on the performance benefit of non-blocking MPI_Allreduce
 Patrick Widener, Kurt Ferreira and Scott Levy
- A Portable Petascale Framework for Efficient Particle Methods with Custom Interactions
Andreas Schafer and Dietmar Fey

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