SC22 Proceedings

SC Technical Program Archives


ISAV 2022: In Situ Infrastructures for Enabling Extreme-Scale Analysis and Visualization

  1. Opening Remarks

  2. Invited Talk: In Situ Inference of Machine Learning Models through Remote Procedure Calls

  3. Conduit: A Successful Strategy for Describing and Sharing Data In Situ

  4. Research Perspectives Toward Autonomic Optimization of In Situ Analysis and Visualization

  5. ISAV 2022 – Morning Break

  6. In Situ Analysis for Ambiguity-Free Tracking of Multiphase Flow Objects

  7. A Trigger-Based Approach for Optimizing Camera Placement Over Time

  8. In Situ Monitoring and Steering Deep Learning Training from Numerical Simulations in ParaView-Catalyst

  9. A PSNR-Based Image Selection Approach Targeting Smart In Situ Visualization

  10. Enabling Catalyst Adoption in SPARC

  11. Closing Remarks and Best Paper

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LLVM-HPC2022: The Eighth Workshop on the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure in HPC

  1. Invited Talk: Polygeist MLIR Frontend for C or C++

  2. Reinforcement Learning Strategies for Compiler Optimization in High Level Synthesis

  3. Reinforcement Learning Assisted Loop Distribution for Locality and Vectorization

  4. LLVM-HPC2022 – Morning Break

  5. Automatic Asynchronous Execution of Synchronously Offloaded OpenMP Target Regions

  6. Caffeine: CoArray Fortran Framework of Efficient Interfaces to Network Environments

  7. Direct GPU Compilation and Execution for Host Applications with OpenMP Parallelism

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Second International Symposium on Quantitative Codesign of Supercomputers

  1. Welcome Remarks

  2. Featured Speaker: Predictions Are Hard, Especially about the Future

  3. Wait! This is the Bad Place! –– Common Misconceptions of Hardware and Impact on Codesign

  4. Learning to Unlearn (some) Conventional Wisdom in HPC System Design and Operation

  5. Quantitative Codesign – Morning Break

  6. Invited Position Paper: A Pathway to Achieve the Holy Grail for Efficient Quantitative Co-Design Systems

  7. Position Paper: Challenges and Opportunities of Machine Learning for Monitoring and Operational Data Analytics in Quantitative Codesign of Supercomputers

  8. Position Paper: A Quantitative Approach for Guiding Data Management on Complex Memory Architectures

  9. Position Paper: CoMingling of Appropriate Data to Drive Codesign of Applications, HPC Platforms, and Monitoring, Analysis, and Feedback Infrastructure

  10. Closing Discussion

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Eighth Computational Approaches for Cancer Workshop (CAFCW22)

  1. CAFCW22 – Welcome

  2. AI for Generating Real-World Evidence in Cancer

  3. Mathematical Discovery and Computational Validation of Two Orthogonal Mechanistically-Driven Whole-Genome Genotype–Survival Phenotype Relationships in Pediatric Neuroblastoma Nerve Cancer

  4. Long Document Transformers for Pathology Report Classification

  5. A Generalized Tumor Segmentation Algorithm for Varying Breast Cancer Subtypes

  6. CAFCW22 – Morning Break

  7. GPU-Accelerated Differential Dependency Analysis of Single-Cell Transcriptomics Data

  8. Genetic Algorithm Mutations for Molecules with a hybrid Language Model-based GAN architecture

  9. Machine Learning in 4DCT Lung Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT) Treatment Planning

  10. Accelerating Drug Discovery with AI Panel

  11. Wrap Up

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The 8th International Workshop on Data Analysis and Reduction for Big Scientific Data (DRBSD-8) in Conjunction with SC22

  1. DRBSD – Introduction

  2. Dealing With Unmanageable Data Sizes in Cosmology

  3. Understanding the Effects of Modern Compressors on the Community Earth Science Model

  4. DRBSD – Morning Break

  5. Analyzing the Impact of Lossy Data Reduction on Volume Rendering of Cosmology Data

  6. Exploring Data Reduction Techniques for Additive Manufacturing Analysis

  7. What Can Real Information Content Tell Us about Compressing Climate Model Data?

  8. DRBSD – Lunch Break

  9. Compressed Number Representations for High-Performance Computing

  10. Evaluating Nonuniform Reduction in HIP and SYCL on GPUs

  11. DRBSD – Afternoon Break

  12. Understanding Impact of Lossy Compression on Derivative-Related Metrics in Scientific Datasets

  13. Dynamic Clustering-Based Sharding in Distributed Deduplication Systems

  14. Characterization of Transform-Based Lossy Compression for HPC Datasets

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Third International Workshop on Quantum Computing Software

  1. Introduction

  2. Wide Quantum Circuit Optimization with Topology Aware Synthesis

  3. Tierkreis: A Dataflow Framework for Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing

  4. Automated Quantum Memory Compilation with Improved Dynamic Range

  5. Exploring Non-Linear Programming Formulations in QuantumCircuitOpt for Optimal Circuit Design

  6. Quantum Computing Software – Morning Break

  7. Neural Network Accelerator for Quantum Control

  8. Rotation-Inspired Circuit Cut Optimization

  9. A Compiler for Universal Photonic Quantum Computers

  10. Predicting the Optimizability for Workflow Decisions

  11. Quantum Computing Software – Lunch Break

  12. Featured Speaker

  13. A Q# Implementation of a Quantum Lookup Table for Quantum Arithmetic Functions

  14. Automated Error Mitigation Based on Probabilistic Error Reduction

  15. Quantum Computing Software – Afternoon Break

  16. Exploiting In-Constraint Energy in Constrained Variational Quantum Optimization

  17. Memory-Efficient Differentiable Programming for Quantum Optimal Control of Discrete Lattices

  18. Stochastic Approach For Simulating Quantum Noise Using Tensor Networks

  19. Panel Discussion and Conclusion

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Workshop on Latest Advances in Scalable Algorithms for Large-Scale Heterogeneous Systems (ScalAH'22)

  1. Invited Talk: Opportunities for Neuromorphic Computing Co-Processors

  2. Implementing Asynchronous Jacobi Iteration on GPUs

  3. GPU Optimization of Lattice Boltzmann Method with Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter

  4. ScalAH – Morning Break

  5. Invited Talk: Heterogeneous Computing Challenges and Opportunities

  6. Scalable Finite-Element Viscoelastic Crustal Deformation Analysis Accelerated with Data-Driven Method

  7. MARs: Memory Access Rearrangements in Open MPI

  8. ScalAH – Lunch Break

  9. Invited Talk: Hybrid AI/HPC Approaches for Next Generation Multi-Trillion-Parameter Models

  10. Threshold Pivoting for Dense LU Factorization

  11. Mixed-Precision Algorithm for Finding Selected Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Symmetric and Hermitian Matrices

  12. ScalAH – Afternoon Break

  13. Invited Talk: Scalable Deep Learning Algorithms for Scientific Applications on Leadership Class Computing Systems

  14. Invited Talk: Hybrid AI/HPC Approaches and Linear Algebra

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Women in HPC: Diversifying the HPC Community and Engaging Male Allies

  1. WHPC-SC22 – Welcome

  2. WHPC-SC22 – Distinguished Speaker

  3. WHPC-SC22 – Morning Break

  4. WHPC-SC22 – Invited Talk: Promoting the Visibility of Women in the HPC Community

  5. WHPC-SC22 – Panel

  6. WHPC-SC22 – Lunch Break

  7. WHPC-SC22 – Lightning Talks Intro

  8. SUGAR: Speeding Up GPGPU Application Resilience Estimation with Input Sizing

  9. QuickSilver: A Distributed Policy Driven Data Management System

  10. Classification and Protection of Critical Weights in CNNs

  11. Performance Optimizations within GPU Memory Constraints in Nyx Cosmology Code

  12. Problem Solving Environment and Compiler Optimizations for High Performance Particle-Mesh Numerical Simulations

  13. Optimizing the Bruck Algorithm for All-to-All Communication

  14. Runtime Solutions to HPC Applications' Dynamic Imbalance

  15. WHPC-SC22 – Interactive Networking Session/Open Discussion

  16. WHPC-SC22 – Afternoon Break

  17. WHPC-SC22 – Invited Talks: Tools to Level Up Your Career and Personal Well-Being

  18. WHPC-SC22 – Final Remarks

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ExaMPI: Workshop on Exascale MPI

  1. Welcome and Introduction

  2. Challenges for MPI in Its Third Decade

  3. Exascale MPI – Morning Break

  4. MPI-0: Toward Composable, Minimal MPI-Next Middleware and Footprints for the Next Decade

  5. Compiler-Enabled Optimization of Persistent MPI Operations

  6. Improving Communication Asynchrony and Concurrency for Adaptive MPI Endpoints

  7. Exascale MPI – Lunch Break

  8. Accelerating Data Serialization/Deserialization Protocols with In-Network Compute

  9. IPMPI: Improved MPI Communication Logger

  10. Exascale MPI – Afternoon Break

  11. MPI Continuations

  12. Panel: Interoperability and Support for Heterogeneity in Hardware and Software

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2022 International Workshop on Performance Portability and Productivity (P3HPC)

  1. A Decade of Performance Portability: Lessons Learned

  2. Heterogeneous Programming for the Homogeneous Majority

  3. Leveraging Compiler-Based Translation to Evaluate a Diversity of Exascale Platforms

  4. P3HPC – Morning Break

  5. Understanding Strong Scaling on GPUs Using Empirical Performance Saturation Size

  6. Portable and Efficient Dense Linear Algebra in the Beginning of the Exascale Era

  7. Exploiting Dynamic Sparse Matrices for Performance Portable Linear Algebra Operations

  8. Performance Portability of Sparse Block Diagonal Matrix Multiple Vector Multiplications on GPUs

  9. P3HPC – Lunch Break

  10. Performance Portable Vlasov Code with C++ Parallel Algorithm

  11. Toward Cross-Platform Portability of Coupled-Cluster Methods with Perturbative Triples Using SYCL

  12. From Task-Based GPU Work Aggregation to Stellar Mergers: Turning Fine-Grained CPU Tasks into Portable GPU Kernels

  13. Piper: Pipelining OpenMP Offloading Execution through Compiler Optimization for Performance

  14. P3HPC – Afternoon Break

  15. Toward Performance Portability of AI Graphs Using SYCL

  16. ECP SOLLVE: Validation and Verification Testsuite Status Update and Compiler Insights for OpenMP

  17. Blending Accelerated Programming Models in the Face of Increasing Hardware Diversity

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Annual International Workshop on Innovating the Network for Data-Intensive Science (INDIS 2022)

  1. Welcome to INDIS – And SCinet Introductions

  2. Network Research Exhibition – The Future of Networking and Computing with Big Data Streams

  3. INDIS – Morning Break

  4. Distinguished Talk 1: Exploiting Compute-Communication Fungibility for HPC – Dr. Puneet Sharma (Hewlett Packard Labs)

  5. Paper 1: App2Net – Moving App Functions to Network and a Case Study on Low-Latency Feedback

  6. Paper 2: User-Driven Path Control through Intent-Based Networking

  7. INDIS – Lunch Break

  8. Distinguished Talk 2: Diverse Large-Scale High-Capacity Computing in the Cloud – Dr. Gerald DeGrace (Microsoft)

  9. Paper 3: In-Network Caching Assisted Error Recovery for File Transfers

  10. Paper 4: Evaluating SciStream (Federated Scientific Data Streaming Architecture) on FABRIC

  11. INDIS – Afternoon Break

  12. Featured Technical Talk: Quantum Communication – A Physics Experiment or a Network Paradigm Shift? – Inder Monga (ESnet)

  13. Paper 5: EJ-FAT Joint ESnet JLab FPGA Accelerated Transport Load Balancer

  14. Paper 6: Hecate: AI-Driven WAN Traffic Engineering for Science

  15. INDIS – Closing Remarks

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4th Workshop on Programming and Performance Visualization Tools

  1. ProTools 2022 – Welcome and Overview

  2. ProTools 2022: Invited Talk – Analyze Your Multi-Experiment, Multi-Architecture, and Multi-Tool Performance Data with Thicket

  3. Conquering Noise With Hardware Counters on HPC Systems

  4. ProTools 2022 – Afternoon Break

  5. Generating and Analyzing Program Call Graphs Using Ontology

  6. Performance Debugging and Tuning of Flash-X with Data Analysis Tools

  7. Performance Analysis of the CFD Solver CODA – Harnessing Synergies between Application and Performance Tools Developers

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Research Software Engineers in HPC: Creating Community, Building Careers, Addressing Challenges (RSE-HPC-2022)

  1. RSE-HPC-2022 – Welcome and Overview

  2. RSE-HPC-2022 – Featured Talk: Growth of RSE Groups at HPC Centers

  3. UNIVERSE-HPC: Supporting the Training and Career Development of RSEs

  4. The Science Gateway Community Institute’s Consulting Services Program: Lessons for Research Software Engineering Organizations

  5. A Research Software Engineering Development Path for Scientific Applications in Oil and Gas

  6. RSE-HPC-2022 – Afternoon Break

  7. A Perspective to Navigate the National Laboratory Environment for RSE Career Growth

  8. Reflections on RSE Role's Challenges at the Early Career Stage

  9. RSE-HPC-2022 – Panel: How Do RSEs and HPC Centers Fit Together?

  10. RSE-HPC-2022 – Wrapup

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12th International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers (ROSS)

  1. ROSS: Welcome and Introduction

  2. ROSS – Opening Invited Talk: Heterogeneous Serverless Computing

  3. Toward Efficient Oversubscription: On the Cost and Benefit of Event-Based Communication in MPI

  4. ROSS – Afternoon Break

  5. Porting the Kitten Lightweight Kernel Operating System to RISC-V

  6. Sequential Task Flow Runtime Model Improvements and Limitations

  7. ROSS – Closing Invited Talk: Federated Function-as-a-Service to Power Distributed Computing Pipelines

  8. ROSS – Closing Remarks

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MCHPC’22: Workshop on Memory Centric High Performance Computing

  1. Welcome

  2. Follow the Data: Memory-Centric Designs for Modern Datacenters

  3. Maximizing Performance Through Memory Hierarchy-Driven Data Layout Transformations

  4. MCHPC’22 – Afternoon Break

  5. Evaluating Emerging CXL-Enabled Memory Pooling for HPC Systems

  6. Reducing Memory-Bus Energy Consumption of GPUs via Software-Based Bit-Flip Minimization

  7. Assessing the Memory Wall in Complex Codes

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SC22 SuperCompCloud: 6th International Workshop on Interoperability of Supercomputing and Cloud Technologies

  1. Welcome

  2. Federating HPC Providers with the EOSC Compute Platform

  3. Autoscaling of Containerized HPC Clusters in the Cloud

  4. Software Resource Disaggregation for HPC with Serverless Computing

  5. Q&A Session I

  6. SuperCompCloud – Morning Break

  7. Opportunities in Serverless Computing for the HPC World!

  8. Assessing the Current State of AWS Spot Market Forecastability

  9. A DPU Solution for Container Overlay Networks

  10. Q&A Session 2 and Closing

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Ninth SC Workshop on Best Practices for HPC Training and Education

  1. HPC Education Training and Education: Challenges and Opportunities

  2. Access to Computing Education Using Micro-Credentials for Cyberinfrastructure

  3. Developing Standards for HPC Education and Training Repositories

  4. Cybersecurity and Data Science Curriculum for Secondary Student Computing Programs

  5. Cyberinfrastructure Research for Social Change Research Experience for Undergraduates

  6. Teaching Accelerated Computing and Deep Learning at a Large-Scale with the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute

  7. Best Practices for HPC Training and Education – Morning Break

  8. DeapSECURE Computational Training for Cybersecurity: Progress Toward Widespread Community Adoption

  9. Blue Waters Education, Outreach, and Training Impact

  10. Approaching Exascale: Best Practices for Training a Diverse Workforce Using Hackathons

  11. An Educational and Training Perspective on Integrating Hybrid Technologies with HPC Systems for Solving Real-World Commercial Problems.

  12. Exascale Computing Project’s Broadening Participation Initiative

  13. Sustainable and Scalable Setup for Teaching Big Data Computing

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First Combined International Workshop on Interactive Urgent Supercomputing

  1. Introduction and Welcome

  2. Invited Talk: Emergency Forecasting of Volcanic Gas Dispersion

  3. The Design and Utilization of PanSim, a Portable Pandemic Simulator

  4. Web-Based Volunteer Distributed Computing for Handling Time-Critical Urgent Workloads

  5. Interactive Urgent Supercomputing – Morning Break

  6. Toward a Methodology for Building Dynamic Urgent Applications on Continuum Computing Platforms

  7. Accelerated Workflow for Advanced Kinetic Equilibria

  8. Lightning Talk: Interactive Computing with Serverless Functions in rFaaS

  9. Lightning Talk: Image-Guided Adaptive Radiation Therapy (IGART) Based on Massive Parallelism and Real-Time Scheduling

  10. Lightning Talk: Tackling COVID-19 at the Regional HPC Center ROMEO

  11. Lightning Talk: Interactive HPC Using Jupyter

  12. Lightning Talk: Enabling High Performance Remote Research Desktops with ThinLinc

  13. Lightning Talk: Can Serverless Computing Enable "Quick" Supercomputing?

  14. Panel Discussion

  15. Conclusions and Next Steps

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Third International Symposium on Checkpointing for Supercomputing (SuperCheck-SC22)

  1. SuperCheck – Opening Remarks

  2. Featured Talk: DAOS – Nextgen Storage Stack for HPC and AI

  3. Spot-On: A Checkpointing Framework for Fault-Tolerant Long-Running Workloads on Cloud Spot Instances

  4. Analyzing the Energy Consumption of Synchronous and Asynchronous Checkpointing Strategies

  5. pyDMTCP: Python Interface to DMTCP via SLURM

  6. SuperCheck – Morning Break

  7. Extending MPI API Support in MANA

  8. ReMPI: A Record-and-Replay Tool for Debugging Non-Deterministic MPI Applications

  9. Q&A Session for Lightning Talks

  10. Debugging MPI Implementations via Reduction-to-Primitives

  11. Designing an Adaptive Application-Level Checkpoint Management System for Malleable MPI Applications

  12. Emergency Backup for Scientific Applications

  13. HPC Checkpoint-Restart Strategy Using NVRAM

  14. CXL, PMEM, and Checkpointing – The Path Forward

  15. Q&A Session for Lightning Talks

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The First Workshop on Federated and Privacy Preserving AI for HPC

  1. Opening Remarks

  2. Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing and Analytics – An HPC Perspective

  3. Taking Federated Learning from Research to Real-World Deployment with NVIDIA FLARE

  4. Application of Privacy Preserving Federated Learning in Biomedical Applications – Lessons Learned from the PALISADE-X project

  5. Fed-PPAI - Morning break

  6. HPC at the FDA – Data Reuse Concepts for AI

  7. Federated Computations and the Digital Rights Movement

  8. Securing Federated Learning Capabilities within an Exascale Environment

  9. Panel Discussion

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RSDHA: Redefining Scalability for Diversely Heterogeneous Architectures

  1. Thoughts on Obstacles to Harnessing Heterogeneity in Modern Computing

  2. Panel

  3. Morning Break

  4. Navigating the Perils of Ubiquitous Heterogeneity

  5. DGSM: A GPU-Based Subgraph Isomorphism Framework with DFS Exploration

  6. LaRIS: Targeting Portability and Productivity for LaPACK Codes on Extreme Heterogeneous Systems Using IRIS

  7. Neuromorphic Computing for Scientific Applications

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The 17th Workshop on Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science (WORKS22)

  1. WORKS 2022 – Welcome and Introduction

  2. WORKS 2022 – Invited Talk: Making Easier the Development and Deployment of Application Workflows with eFlows4HPC

  3. RADICAL-Pilot and Parsl: Executing Heterogeneous Workflows on HPC Platforms

  4. Automatic, Efficient, and Scalable Provenance Registration for FAIR HPC Workflows

  5. Challenges of Provenance in Scientific Workflow Management Systems

  6. A Domain-Specific Provenance Query Composition Environment for Scientific Workflows

  7. Workflow Anomaly Detection with Graph Neural Networks

  8. WORKS22 – Morning Break

  9. Modeling Data Integrity Threats for Scientific Workflows Using OSCRP and MITRE ATT&CK®

  10. RECUP: A (Meta)data Framework for Reproducing Hybrid Workflows with FAIR

  11. Recommending Tools and Sub-Workflows for Scientific Workflow Management Systems

  12. libEnsemble: Flexible Workflows through Dynamic Assignment of Workers and Resources

  13. HyperShell v2: A Better Workflow Automation Tool for Many-Task Computing

  14. Co-Scheduling Ensembles of In Situ Workflows

  15. Events as a Basis for Workflow Scheduling

  16. An Automated Cryo-EM Computational Environment on the HPC System Using Pegasus WMS

  17. Cross-Facility Workflows: Case Studies with Active Experiments

  18. CardioHPC: Serverless Approaches for Real-Time Heart Monitoring of Thousands of Patients

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4th International Workshop on Containers and New Orchestration Paradigms for Isolated Environments in HPC (CANOPIE-HPC)

  1. CANOPIE – Introduction

  2. Invited Talk – Kubernetes at CERN

  3. Multiscale Scientific Workflows on High-Performance Hybrid Cloud

  4. Lightning Talk: Containerized MPI and GUI Applications on HPC in the Cloud with Workload Manager

  5. Lightning Talk: A Case of Multi-Resource Fairness for Serverless Workflows

  6. CANOPIE – Morning Break

  7. Complete Provenance for Application Experiments with Containers and Hardware Interface Metadata

  8. Scaling Podman on Perlmutter: Embracing a Community-Supported Container Ecosystem

  9. A Separated Model for Running Rootless, Unprivileged PMIx-Enabled HPC Applications in Kubernetes

  10. CANOPIE – Lunch Break

  11. Invited Talk: Bioinformatic Workflows

  12. Libfabric-Based Injection Solutions for Portable Containerized MPI Applications

  13. One Step Closer to Converged Computing: Achieving Scalability with Cloud-Native HPC

  14. CANOPIE – Afternoon Break

  15. Lightning talk: Apptainer without Setuid

  16. Lightning talk: MetaHub – A Smart Registry for HPC

  17. Concluding Panel / Q&A

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Eighth International Workshop on Heterogeneous High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (H2RC 2022)

  1. H2RC – Opening Remarks

  2. Programming Methods, Architectures, and Applications of Reconfigurable Technologies in HPC

  3. Enabling VirtIO Driver Support on FPGAs

  4. H2RC 2022 – Morning Break

  5. A First Step Toward Support for MPI Partitioned Communication on SYCL-Programmed FPGAs

  6. Fast and Energy-Efficient Derivatives Risk Analysis: Streaming Option Greeks on Xilinx and Intel FPGAs

  7. Accelerating Kernel Ridge Regression with Conjugate Gradient Method for Large-Scale Data Using FPGA High-Level Synthesis

  8. H2RC – Lunch Break

  9. PYNQ for HPC

  10. MLIR Compilers for Heterogeneous Computing

  11. Virtual Screening on FPGA: Performance and Energy versus Effort

  12. H2RC Open Slot

  13. H2RC – Afternoon Break

  14. Stencils, Solvers, and Sphere Decoders on FPGAs

  15. Intel and RISC-V

  16. Overview of the HACC Program

  17. H2RC – Closing Remarks

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The 5th Annual Parallel Applications Workshop, Alternatives to MPI+X (PAW-ATM)

  1. PAW-ATM – Opening Remarks

  2. PAW-ATM – Survey of Technologies for Developers of Parallel Applications

  3. PAW-ATM – Morning Break

  4. Extending OpenMP and OpenSHMEM for Efficient Heterogeneous Computing

  5. Task Fusion in Distributed Runtimes

  6. Composition of Algorithmic Building Blocks in Template Task Graphs

  7. Asynchronous Workload Balancing through Persistent Work-Stealing and Offloading for a Distributed Actor Model Library

  8. PAW-ATM – Lunch Break

  9. PAW-ATM – Distinguished Speaker: The Convergence of Exascale Computing, Data Science, and Visualization toward Zero-Carbon Fuels for Power and Transportation

  10. GASNet-EX RMA Communication Performance on Recent Supercomputing Systems

  11. Design and Performance Evaluation of UCX for Tofu-D Interconnect with OpenSHMEM-UCX on Fugaku

  12. PAW-ATM – Afternoon Break

  13. PAW-ATM – Panel Discussion

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PMBS22: The 13th International Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking, and Simulation of High-Performance Computer Systems

  1. PMBS22: The 13th International Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking, and Simulation of High-Performance Computer Systems

  2. ML-Based Performance Portability for Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory in HPC Environments

  3. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Novel AI Accelerators for Deep Learning Workloads

  4. AppEKG: A Simple Unifying View of HPC Applications in Production

  5. OMPICollTune: Autotuning MPI Collectives by Incremental Online Learning

  6. PMBS22 – Morning Break

  7. Frontier vs the Exascale Report: Why So Long? And Are We Really There Yet?

  8. Evaluating ISO C++ Parallel Algorithms on Heterogeneous HPC Systems

  9. Going Green: Optimizing GPUs for Energy Efficiency through Model-Steered Auto-Tuning

  10. PMBS22 – Lunch Break

  11. Performance Analysis with Unified Hardware Counter Metrics

  12. A Methodology for Evaluating Tightly-Integrated and Disaggregated Accelerated Architectures

  13. An Initial Evaluation of Arm's Scalable Matrix Extension

  14. Time-Series ML-Regression on Graphcore IPU-M2000 and Nvidia A100

  15. PMBS22 – Afternoon Break

  16. Benchmarking Fortran DO CONCURRENT on CPUs and GPUs Using BabelStream

  17. WfBench: Automated Generation of Scientific Workflow Benchmarks

  18. High-Performance GMRES Multi-Precision Benchmark: Design, Performance, and Challenges

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ESPM2 2022: Seventh International Workshop on Extreme Scale Programming Models and Middleware

  1. ESPM2 – Opening Remarks

  2. Featured Talk - Programming DOE Systems: Exascale and Beyond

  3. Adding Malleability to MPI: Opportunities and Challenges

  4. ESPM2 – Morning Break

  5. Performance Results at Exascale in HPC and ML

  6. Impacts and Potential of Using Node Resources for Active Middleware

  7. Practical Solutions that Are Performant, Portable AND Productive for Programming Extreme Scale Systems

  8. ESPM2 – Lunch Break

  9. A Selective Nesting Approach for the Sparse Multi-Threaded Cholesky Factorization

  10. From Merging Frameworks to Merging Stars: Experiences Using HPX, Kokkos and SIMD Types

  11. Broad Performance Measurement Support for Asynchronous Multi-Tasking with APEX

  12. ESPM2 – Afternoon Break

  13. Panel on "AI for HPC"

  14. Closing Remarks

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HUST-22: 9th International Workshop on HPC User Support Tools

  1. HUST-22 – Introduction

  2. Containerized Bioinformatics Ecosystem for HPC

  3. pyp2pcluster: A Cluster Discovery Tool

  4. Analysis of User-Support Tickets in the Lifetime of the Blue Waters System

  5. HUST-22 – Afternoon Break

  6. HUST-22 – Community Survey

  7. Interactive NLU-Powered Ontology-Based Workflow Synthesis for FAIR Support of HPC

  8. NERSC Job Script Generator

  9. PMT: Power Measurement Toolkit

  10. CloudQ: A Secure AI / HPC Cloud Bursting System

  11. HUST-22 – Conclusion

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Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Scientific Applications

  1. AI4S Featured Speaker

  2. A Case Study on Coupling OpenFOAM with Different Machine Learning Frameworks

  3. Automated Continual Learning of Defect Identification in Coherent Diffraction Imaging

  4. Pattern-Based Autotuning of OpenMP Loops Using Graph Neural Networks

  5. Determining HEDP Foams' Quality with Multi-View Deep Learning Classification

  6. AI4S – Afternoon Break

  7. Ensuring AI For Science Is Science: Making Randomness Portable

  8. Practical Federated Learning Infrastructure for Privacy-Preserving Scientific Computing

  9. Scalable Integration of Computational Physics Simulations with Machine Learning

  10. PhySRNet: Physics Informed Super-Resolution Network for Application in Computational Solid Mechanics

  11. AI4S Panel

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PDSW22: 7th International Parallel Data Systems Workshop

  1. PDSW22 – Opening Remarks

  2. PDSW22 – Invited Talk: Splinters – Distributed IO Sampling for Cloud Data Centers – Design and Applications

  3. Drishti: Guiding End-Users in the I/O Optimization Journey

  4. Revisit Data Partitioning in Data-Intensive Workflows

  5. Data Lifecycles for Optimizing Data Movement

  6. PDSW22 – Afternoon Break

  7. Performance Comparison of DAOS and Lustre for Object Data Storage Approaches

  8. Accelerating Flash-X Simulations with Asynchronous I/O

  9. Dask-Enabled External Tasks for In Transit Analytics

  10. DENKV: Addressing Design Trade-Offs of Key-Value Stores for Scientific Applications

  11. BTS: Exploring Effects of Background Task-Aware Scheduling for Key-Value CSDs

  12. PDSW22 – Closing Remarks

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12th Workshop on Fault-Tolerance for HPC at Extreme Scale (FTXS 2022)

  1. FTXS 2022 – Opening Remarks

  2. FTXS 2022 – Featured Speaker: Harish Dixit (Facebook)

  3. ClusterLog: Clustering Logs for Effective Log-Based Anomaly Detection

  4. FTXS 2022 – Afternoon Break

  5. Recovery of Distributed Iterative Solvers for Linear Systems Using Non-Volatile RAM

  6. Toward Precision-Aware Fault Tolerance Approaches for Mixed-Precision Applications

  7. ReStore: In-Memory REplicated STORagE for Rapid Recovery in Fault-Tolerant Algorithms

  8. Implicit Actions and Non-blocking Failure Recovery with MPI

  9. FTXS 2022 – Closing Remarks

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EduHPC-22: Workshop on Education for High Performance Computing

  1. Welcome to EduHPC-22

  2. Invited Talk: Using HPC and AI in Data Science Education

  3. UnoAPI: Balancing Performance, Portability, and Productivity (P3) in HPC Education

  4. OpenMPI+Java as a High Performance Language

  5. Adopting Heterogeneous Computing Modules: Experiences from a ToUCH Summer Workshop

  6. EduHPC-22 – Afternoon Break

  7. Peer-Review Assignments for a New Generation of Research Software Engineers

  8. Toward a European Curriculum for a Master in HPC

  9. A GPU Programming Lesson in the Pedagogical Style of the Carpentries

  10. An Artificial Intelligence Bootcamp for Cyberinfrastructure Professionals

  11. Challenges and Triumphs Teaching Distributed Computing Topics at a Small Liberal Arts College

  12. Bridging the Gap between Education and Research: A Retrospective on Simulating an HPC Conference

  13. Simulation and Rendering of Colliding Spheres

  14. Hill Climbing with Montecarlo: An Assignment for OpenMP, MPI, and CUDA/OpenCL

  15. Mark Your Calendar: EduHiPC

  16. Closing and Farewells

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HPC Systems Professionals Workshop (HPCSYSPROS22)

  1. Opening Remarks

  2. An Automated Approach to Continuous Acceptance Testing of HPC Systems at NERSC

  3. Overcoming HPC System Management Challenges: An Open Source Approach

  4. Using xCAT and Git to Manage Node Software Consistency and DevOPs

  5. Cybersecurity Frameworks: NIST 800-171 and CMMC v2.0 Update

  6. HPCSYSPROS22 – Afternoon Break

  7. Argonne Site Report

  8. Building User-Facing Platforms with Container Orchestration

  9. Additional Questions, Community Discussion, and Supply Chain Issues ...

  10. Chapter Updates and Closing Remarks

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The 4th Annual Workshop on Extreme-Scale Experiment-in-the-Loop Computing

  1. XLOOP – Introduction

  2. XLOOP – Invited Talk

  3. Testing the Data Framework for an AI Algorithm in Preparation for High Data Rate X-Ray Facilities

  4. MLExchange: A Web-Based Platform Enabling Exchangeable Machine Learning Workflows for Scientific Studies

  5. XLOOP – Afternoon Break

  6. Managed Network Services for Exascale Data Movement across Large Global Scientific Collaborations

  7. The ERN Cryo-EM Federated Instrument Pilot Project: Phase 1

  8. Toward Increasing Trust in Exascale Simulations

  9. XLOOP – Panel

  10. XLOOP – Awards

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HiPar22: 3rd Workshop on Hierarchical Parallelism for Exascale Computing

  1. HiPar22 – Opening Remarks

  2. HiPar22 – Invited Talk: Paving the Way to Exascale for Scientific Applications

  3. OpenMP's Asynchronous Offloading for Combinatorial Scientific Computations

  4. HiPar22 – Morning Break

  5. Hierarchical Communication Optimization for FFT

  6. A High-Performance Design for Hierarchical Parallelism in the QMCPACK Monte Carlo Code

  7. Expressing Hierarchical Code Optimizations via MDH-Based Schedules

  8. CAMP: a Synthetic Micro-Benchmark for Assessing Deep Memory Hierarchies

  9. HiPar22 – Closing Remarks

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IA^3 2022 - 12th Workshop on Irregular Applications: Architectures and Algorithms

  1. IA^3 - Invited Talk 1: Efficient Processing of Large Graph Applications Using Asynchronous Architectures

  2. Page-Address Coalescing of Vector Gather Instructions for Efficient Address Translation

  3. The Evolution of a New Model of Computation

  4. Blocking Sparse Matrices to Leverage Dense-Specific Multiplication

  5. IA^3 – Morning Break

  6. IA^3 – Invited Talk 2: Parallel Batch-Dynamic Graph Algorithms

  7. SparseLU, A Novel Algorithm and Math Library for Sparse LU Factorization

  8. Compressed In-Memory Graphs for Accelerating GPU-Based Analytics

  9. Accelerating Datalog Applications with cuDF

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Fifth International Workshop on Emerging Parallel Distributed Runtime Systems and Middleware

  1. Challenges and Success Stories Migrating Software and Applications to Frontier

  2. SABO: Dynamic MPI+OpenMP Resource Balancer

  3. Emerging Parallel Distributed Runtime Systems and Middleware – Morning Break

  4. LEC-PR:Proactive Recovery Method in Erasure-Coded Storage

  5. Petri Nets for Concurrent Programming

  6. Global Tasking Model Using OpenMP: Myth or Reality in the Making

  7. Closing Remarks

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First International Workshop on Cyber Security in High Performance Computing (S-HPC 2022)

  1. S-HPC – Introduction

  2. Distinguished Speaker

  3. Invited Talk: Secure HPC on AWS

  4. Improving HPC Security with Targeted Syscall Fuzzing

  5. S-HPC – Morning Break

  6. SpackNVD: A Vulnerability Audit Tool for Spack Packages

  7. Panel: "HPC Security – Risk Management, Guidance and Implementation" in Conjunction with the CyberSecurity Working Group

  8. S-HPC – Conclusion

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6th International Workshop on Software Correctness for HPC Applications (Correctness '22)

  1. Correctness '22 – Opening Remarks

  2. Proposed Consistent Exception Handling for the BLAS and LAPACK

  3. Toward Verified Rounding-Error Analysis for Stationary Iterative Methods

  4. Static Local Concurrency Errors Detection in MPI-RMA Programs

  5. On-the-Fly Data Race Detection for MPI-RMA Programs with MUST

  6. Correctness '22 – Morning Break

  7. Software Correctness Competition

  8. MiniKokkos: A Calculus of Portable Parallelism

  9. Early Experience with Transformer-Based Similarity Analysis for DataRaceBench

  10. Leveraging the Dynamic Program Structure Tree to Detect Data Races in OpenMP Programs

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