SC22 Proceedings

The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis

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Runtimes Systems for Extreme Heterogeneity: Challenges and Opportunities

Moderator: Pedro Valero-Lara (Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)), Jeffrey Vetter (Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL))

Panelists: Michael Wong (Codeplay Software Ltd, UK), Johannes Doerfert (Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)), Rosa Badia (Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC)), George Bosilca (University of Tennessee), Olivier Aumage (French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) - Bordeaux), Sunita Chandrasekaran (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Jesus Labarta (Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC))

Abstract: The goal of this panel is to discuss the latest runtime evolution and the impact on applications. Advances in this matter are key to executing science workflows and understanding their results, enabling efficient execution on diverse platforms, ensuring scalability of high-level descriptions of analytics workflows, and increasing user productivity and system utilization. In other words, how easily and rapidly a science team can develop or port a workflow to a new platform, and how well the resulting implementation makes use of the platform and its resources.

Our panel includes a large number of different runtimes. Examples of these are OpenMP, OpenACC, SYCL, COMPS, PaRSEC, OmpSs, and StarPU. This is a great opportunity to bring together some of the most important and widely used runtimes and programming models, and present/discuss the latest efforts on each of them and the different perspectives to face the challenges of the upcoming extreme heterogeneity era.


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