SC17 Denver, CO

Birds of a Feather

  1. 15th Graph500 List Richard Murphy (Micron Technology Inc)
  2. Accelerating Big Data Processing and Machine/Deep Learning Middleware on Modern HPC Clusters Gilad Shainer (Mellanox Technologies)
  3. Americas HPC Collaboration Carlos Jaime Barrios Hernandez (Advanced Computing Service for Latin America and the Caribbean, Industrial University of Santander)
  4. Analyzing Parallel I/O Philip Carns (Argonne National Laboratory)
  5. The ARM User Experience: Testbeds and Deployment at HPC Centers Jack Wells (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  6. Batched, Reproducible, and Reduced Precision BLAS Piotr Luszczek (University of Tennessee)
  7. BeeGFS - Architecture, Implementation Examples, and Future Development Sven Breuner (ThinkParQ GmbH)
  8. Big Data and Exascale Computing (BDEC) Community Report Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee)
  9. Building Efficient Clouds for HPC, Big Data, and Deep Learning Middleware and Applications Dhabaleswar Panda (Ohio State University)
  10. Ceph Applications in HPC Environments Benjamin Lynch (University of Minnesota)
  11. Characterizing Faults, Errors, and Failures in Extreme-Scale Systems Christian Engelmann (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  12. Charm++ and AMPI: Adaptive and Asynchronous Parallel Programming Phil Miller (Charmworks Inc)
  13. Charting the PMIx Roadmap Ralph Castain (Intel Corporation)
  14. A Comparison of Distributed Memory Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Library Packages Samar Aseeri (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
  15. Containers in HPC Richard Canon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  16. Contemporary Design of Supercomputer Experiments Dmitry Duplyakin (University of Utah)
  17. Cross-Layer Allocation and Management of Hardware Resources in Shared Memory Nodes Emmanuel Jeannot (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA))
  18. Distributed and Heterogeneous Programming in C++ for HPC Hal Finkel (Argonne National Laboratory)
  19. The Ethernet Portfolio for HPC John D'Ambrosia (Ethernet Alliance, Huawei)
  20. European Exascale Projects and Their Global Contributions Jean-Pierre Panziera (European Technology Platform for High Performance Computing, Atos)
  21. Exascale Challenges and Opportunities James Ang (Sandia National Laboratories)
  22. Fabric APIs - libfabric User Perspective and C++ Standardization Jeffrey Squyres (Cisco Systems)
  23. Fortran Is 60 Years Old - Has It Changed for the Better? John Levesque (Cray Inc)
  24. From Outreach to Education to Researcher - Innovative Ways of Expanding the HPC Community Weronika Filinger (University of Edinburgh)
  25. The Future of NSF Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Edward Walker (National Science Foundation)
  26. The Green500: Trends in Energy-Efficient Supercomputing Wu Feng (Virginia Tech)
  27. The HDF5 Dataverse David Pearah (HDF Group)
  28. High Performance Computing Education in US Data Science Weijia Xu (Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas)
  29. HPC Carpentry - Practical, Hands-On HPC Training Andrew Turner (University of Edinburgh)
  30. HPC Education: Meeting of the SIGHPC Education Chapter Richard Coffey (Argonne National Laboratory)
  31. HPC Graph Toolkits and the GraphBLAS Forum Antonino Tumeo (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
  32. HPC in Space: Supercomputing at 17,500 MPH Mark Fernandez (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
  33. HPC Systems Monitoring Data in Action Jim Brandt (Sandia National Laboratories)
  34. Impacting Cancer with HPC: Opportunities and Challenges Eric Stahlberg (Frederick National Laboratory)
  35. Improving Numerical Computation with Practical Tools and Novel Computer Arithmetic John Gustafson (National University of Singapore; A*STAR Computational Resource Center, Singapore)
  36. Interactivity in Supercomputing Peter Messmer (Nvidia Corporation)
  37. The Internet of Things and HPC: Are They Teaming Up to Work Together? Pete Beckman (Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University)
  38. LLVM in HPC: Uses and Desires Jim Cownie (Intel Corporation)
  39. Lustre Community BoF: Lustre Deployments for the Next 5 Years Frank Baetke (Hewlett Packard, European Open File System)
  40. Machine Learning for Big Data: Integrated, Collaborative, Multi-Technological Solutions to Multi-Objective Problems Sofia Vallecorsa (CERN)
  41. Machine Learning for Parallel Performance Analytics Hans-Christian Hoppe (Intel Corporation)
  42. Memory-Centric Architectures for the Cloud and HPC Sudhakar Yalamanchili (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  43. The Message Passing Interface: On the Road to MPI 4.0 and Beyond Martin Schulz (Technical University Munich)
  44. Modeling and Simulation of Communication in HPC Systems Misbah Mubarak (Argonne National Laboratory)
  45. MPICH: A High­-Performance Open­-Source MPI Implementation Ken Raffenetti (Argonne National Laboratory)
  46. National Strategic Computing Initiative Update William Harrod (US Department of Energy)
  47. Omni-Path User Group (OPUG) Meeting J. Ray Scott (Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center)
  48. Open MPI State of the Union XI Jeffrey Squyres (Cisco Systems)
  49. OpenACC API User Experience, Vendor Reaction, Relevance, and Roadmap Duncan Poole (Nvidia Corporation)
  50. OpenHPC Community BoF Karl Schulz (Intel Corporation)
  51. OpenMP® is Twenty. Where Is It Going? Jim Cownie (Intel Corporation)
  52. OpenSHMEM in the Era of Exascale Steve Poole (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  53. OpenStack For HPC: Best Practices for Optimizing Software-Defined Infrastructure Blair Bethwaite (Monash University)
  54. PBS Pro Open Source Project Community BoF Bill Nitzberg (Altair Engineering)
  55. PowerAPI, GEOPM and Redfish: Open Interfaces for Power/Energy Measurement and Control Ryan Grant (Sandia National Laboratories)
  56. Practical Reproducibility by Managing Experiments Like Software Ivo Jimenez (University of California, Santa Cruz)
  57. Reconfigurable Computing in Exascale Sven Karlsson (Technical University of Denmark)
  58. Reconfigurable Supercomputing (RSC) Martin Herbordt (Boston University)
  59. Recruitment: How to Build Diverse Teams Toni Collis (University of Edinburgh)
  60. Regression Testing and Monitoring Tools Bilel Hadri (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
  61. Resilient Programming Environments George Bosilca (University of Tennessee)
  62. SAGE2 9th Annual International SC BOF: Scalable Amplified Group Environment for Global Collaboration Jason Leigh (University of Hawaii, Manoa)
  63. Second Annual Meeting of the SIGHPC - Big Data Chapter Stratos Efstathiadis (New York University)
  64. Sharing Research Data: Data Commons, Distributed Clouds, and Distributed Data Services Robert Grossman (University of Chicago)
  65. SKA: The Ultimate Big Data Project Happy Sithole (Center for High Performance Computing in South Africa)
  66. Slurm User Group Meeting Morris Jette (SchedMD LLC)
  67. Small Business and the Exascale Computing Project Richard Lethin (Reservoir Labs Inc, Yale University)
  68. Software Engineering and Reuse in Computational Science and Engineering David Bernholdt (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  69. Software Engineers: Careers in Research Neil Chue Hong (University of Edinburgh)
  70. Special Interest Group on HPC in Resource Constrained Environments (SIGHPC-RCE) Hensley Omorodion (University of Benin)
  71. State of the Practice: Energy and Power Aware Job Scheduling and Resource Management (EPA-JSRM) Natalie Bates (Energy Efficient HPC Working Group)
  72. TOP500 Supercomputers Erich Strohmaier (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  73. Total Cost of Ownership and HPC System Procurement Gert Svensson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
  74. Tracking and Analyzing Job-level Activity Using Open XDMoD, XALT and OGRT Robert McLay (University of Texas; Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas)
  75. Usability, Scalability and Productivity on Many-Core Processors: Intel Xeon Phi Hai Ah Nam (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  76. The Virtual Institute of I/O and the IO-500 Julian Kunkel (German Climate Computing Center)
  77. Women in HPC: Non-Traditional Paths to HPC and How They Can and Do Enrich the Field Rebecca Hartman-Baker (National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center)

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