TopicsThe workshop focuses on the issues of high-performance and exascale computing from the perspective of building blocks, algorithms, and applications. Specific topics addressed in the contributions include
- Fault tolerance
- Energy awareness
- Sparse Solvers
- Krylov, Jacobi-Davidson, Chebyshev techniques
- Sparse matrix kernels
- Hybrid programming
- Computation of eigenstates and spectral information
- Time evolution
- Quantum physics at the exascale level
The principal intentions of the workshop are similar to those of the DFG priority programme "Software for Exascale Computing (SPPEXA)".
- Edmond Chow
- “Quantum Chemistry on Large-scale Heterogeneous Clusters”
- Marlis Hochbruck
- “Time integration of evolution equations”
- Satoshi Matsuoka
- “Harnessing the Deep Memory Hierarchy with Communication Reducing Algorithms for Exascale”
- Yousef Saad
- “Divide and conquer algorithms for large Hermitian eigenvalue problems”
- Horst Simon
- “Usable Exascale and beyond Moore’s Law”
Public Evening Lecture (Tuesday)
- Horst Simon
- “What Supercomputers Do, and what Supercomputers Still Can't Do”
The workshop begins on Monday morning, 9.00am, and ends on Wednesday afternoon, about 17.00pm.
A welcome reception (food+drinks) is scheduled for Sunday evening, 18.00pm, and refreshments will be offered after the last session on Wednesday.
Final details and the precise schedule with all talks will follow shortly.