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Workshop on Exascale Multi/Many Core Computing Systems, 2016

June 23, 2016
Frankfurt, Germany

Workshop on Exascale Multi/Many Core Computing Systems, 2016

* CONTEXT

Exascale computing will revolutionize computational science and engineering by providing 1000x the capabilities of currently available computing systems, while having a similar power footprint. The HPC community is working towards the development of the first Exaflop computer after reaching the Petaflop milestone in 2008. There are concerns that computer designs based on existing multi-core and many-core solutions will not scale to Exascale considering technical challenges (such as, productivity, energy consumption or reliability) and reasonable economic constraints. Therefore, novel multi-core and many-core solutions are required to reach Exascale.

E-MuCoCoS will be organized in conjunction the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), Frankfurt, Germany, June 19 – 23, 2016.

* TOPICS OF INTEREST

E-MuCoCoS focuses on multi/many core languages, system software and architectural solutions for extreme-scale systems towards Exascale. The topics of the workshop include but are not limited to:

:: Methods and tools for preparing applications for Exascale
:: Extreme-scale data analysis and visualization
:: Extreme-scale performance visualization, analysis, modeling, and tuning
:: Adaptive run-time systems for extreme-scale
:: Architectures for extreme-scale computing
topics of the workshop include but are not limited to:

:: Methods and tools for preparing applications for Exascale
:: Extreme-scale data analysis and visualization
:: Extreme-scale performance visualization, analysis, modeling, and tuning
:: Adaptive run-time systems for extreme-scale
:: Architectures for extreme-scale computing

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