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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Tools and Techniques for Runtime Optimization of Large Scale Systems

SESSION: Emerging Technologies Exhibits

EVENT TYPE: HPC Impact Showcase & Emerging Technologies

TIME: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

ROOM:Show Floor - 233 Exhibits


Future HPC systems will exhibit a new level of complexity, in terms of their underlying architectures and system software. At the same time, the complexity of applications will rise sharply, to both enable new science and exploit the new hardware features. Users will expect a new generation of tools and runtime support techniques that help address these challenges, work seamlessly with current and new programming models, scale to the full size of the machine, and address new challenges in resilience and power-aware computing.

We present a wide range of tool and runtime system research efforts targeting performance analysis, performance visualization, debugging and correctness tools, power-aware runtimes, and advanced checkpointing. These efforts are supported by activities on tool and runtime infrastructures that enable us to work with modular tool designs and support rapid tool prototyping. This “emerging technologies” booth will showcase our approaches to users, system designers and other tool developers.

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