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W06 Data-driven applications for industrial and societal challenges: Problems, methods, and computing platforms

Start
Friday, 18 March 2022 13:00
End
Friday, 18 March 2022 18:00
Important Dates
    Submission Deadline
      Author Notification
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        Organiser
        Jeronimo Castrillon, TU Dresden, Germany
        Organiser
        Christian Pilato, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
        Organiser
        Christoph Hagleitner, IBM Research -- Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland

        W06.1 Big data, HPC and FPGAs

        Session Start
        Fri, 13:00
        Session End
        Fri, 15:15
        Session chair
        Fabrizio Ferrandi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
        Presentations

        W06.1.1 Workshop introduction

        Start
        13:00
        End
        13:15
        Organiser
        Jeronimo Castrillon, TU Dresden, Germany
        Organiser
        Christoph Hagleitner, IBM Research -- Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
        Organiser
        Christian Pilato, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

        W06.1.2 Evolution of the Data Market: Highlights and Projections

        Start
        13:15
        End
        13:45
        Speaker
        Nuria de Lama, Consulting Director, EU Government Consulting IDC, Spain

        W06.1.3 System and Applications of FPGA Cluster "ESSPER" for Research on Reconfigurable HPC

        Start
        13:45
        End
        14:15
        Speaker
        Kentaro Sano, Center for Computational Science, RIKEN, Japan

        W06.1.4 Open-Source Hardware for Heterogeneous Computing

        Start
        14:15
        End
        14:45
        Speaker
        Luca Carloni, Columbia University , United States

        Information technology has entered the age of heterogeneous computing. Across a variety of application domains, computer systems rely on highly heterogeneous architectures that combine multiple general-purpose processors with many specialized hardware accelerators. The complexity of these systems, however, threatens to widen the gap between the capabilities provided by semiconductor technologies and the productivity of computer engineers. Open-source hardware is a promising avenue to address this challenge by enabling design reuse and collaboration. ESP is an open-source research platform for system-on-chip design that combines a scalable tile-based architecture and a flexible system-level design methodology. Conceived as a heterogeneous system integration platform, ESP is intrinsically suited to foster collaborative engineering across the open-source hardware community.

        W06.1.5 Near-Memory Hardware Acceleration of Sparse Workloads

        Start
        14:45
        End
        15:15
        Speaker
        Zhiru Zhang, Cornell University, United States

        W06 Break 1 Coffee break

        Session Start
        Fri, 15:15
        Session End
        Fri, 15:30

        W06.2 Software development, libraries and languages

        Session Start
        Fri, 15:30
        Session End
        Fri, 17:30
        Session chair
        Dionysios Diamantopoulos, Zurich Research Laboratory, Zurich, Switzerland, Switzerland
        Presentations

        W06.2.1 Methods and Tools for Accelerating Image Processing Applications on FPGA-based Systems

        Start
        15:30
        End
        16:00
        Speaker
        Diana Göhringer, TU Dresden, Germany

        W06.2.2 GridTools: High-level HPC Libraries for Weather and Climate

        Start
        16:00
        End
        16:30
        Speaker
        Hannes Vogt, ETH Zurich / CSCS, Switzerland

        W06.2.3 Domain-Specific Multi-Level IR Rewriting for GPU: The Open Earth Compiler for GPU-Accelerated Climate Simulation

        Start
        16:30
        End
        17:00
        Speaker
        Tobias Grosser, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

        W06.2.4 climbing EVEREST: dEsign enVironmEnt foR Extreme-Scale big data analyTics on heterogeneous platforms

        Start
        17:00
        End
        17:30
        Speaker
        Gianluca Palermo, Politecnico di Milano - DEIB, Italy

        W06 Break 2 Coffee break

        Session Start
        Fri, 17:30
        Session End
        Fri, 17:40

        W06.3 Discussion and closing

        Session Start
        Fri, 17:40
        Session End
        Fri, 18:00