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Call for contribution to EASC 2016 open

last modified Feb 25, 2016 05:50 PM
The Exascale Applications & Software Conference will take place in Sockholm (Sweden) April 25-29 2016
Exascale computing power will likely be reached in the next decade. While the precise system architectures are still evolving, one can safely assume that they will be largely based on deep hierarchies of multicore CPUs with similarly-deep memory hierarchies, potentially also supported by accelerators.

The challenge of designing and implementing applications running efficiently at large scale on exascale platforms involves developers of application, libraries, programming models and system software.

The aim of this conference is to bring together developers from different application fields to present the problems they face on the road to exascale, their approach to solve these challenges and to share their experience gained during the petascale period.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
  • Design, implementation and optimisation of applications for exascale, including:
      • Computational Fluid Dynamics
      • Weather Forecast
      • Neuroinformatics
      • Medical Applications
      • Bioinformatics
      • Material Science
      • Particle Physics
      • Quantum Mechanics
      • Geophysics
      • Fusion, Space and Astrophysical plasmas
      • Reactor Physics
      • Finance
      • Oil and Gas Source Identification
      • Molecular Dynamics
      • Montecarlo Methods
      • Spectral Methods
      • Linear and Non-linear Systems
      • Numerical Libraries
      • Mini-applications and Benchmarks
      • Data Analytics of Large Data-sets
      • Visualisation
  • Numerical reproducibility and accuracy: case studies, issues, and solutions.
  • Porting and optimization of applications on systems with accelerators
  • New concepts in MPI and PGAS communication libraries
  • Innovative parallel programming models, run-time and auto-tuning systems
  • Simulation of parallel applications on exascale machines
  • Performance monitoring tools
  • Debuggers and correctness checkers

In conjunction with EASC2016, there's going to be a Collaboration meeting of EC Exascale Projects and a GASPI Tutorial.

EASC2016 is sponsored by KTHEPiGRAMCRAYNVIDIAand SERC.

Conference website

    • Paper submission: March 21. SUBMIT HERE 
    • Acceptance notification: April 4
    • Final papers due: April 20
Apart from the paper submission, you also need to

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