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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Developing HPC Software in the Era of Multi-Level Parallelism

SESSION: Software for HPC

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 4:30PM - 5:00PM

SESSION CHAIR: Jerome Vienne

Presenter(s):Chris Gottbrath, Wendy Hou



One of the essential challenges in both HPC and Big Data is the process of mapping some large computational problem to the available computational resources. HPC developers strive to create code that’s efficient, scalable, reliable, maintainable and maps to compute resources that simultaneously require different kinds of parallelism: node parallelism, SMP parallelism across cores, offloading of work an accelerator and vector parallelism.

This talk will review these challenges and talk about how a selection of Rogue Wave’s customers have tackled these challenges with by using IMSL analytics library or the TotalView debugger. It will show how these tools can be used at the workstation or laptop level, in departmental clusters or on dedicated high scale supercomputers. It will show how they help users who are taking advantage of Coarray Fortran 2008, C++ 2011, CUDA, OpenACC, MPI, OpenMP and the Intel Xeon Phi.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Jerome Vienne (Chair) - University of Texas at Austin

Chris Gottbrath - Rogue Wave Software, Inc.

Wendy Hou - Rogue Wave Software, Inc.

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