Workshop: Fifth International Workshop on Emerging Parallel Distributed Runtime Systems and Middleware
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TimeFriday, 18 November 20228:30am - 12pm CST
LocationC146
DescriptionThe role of runtime and middleware has evolved over the past decades as we have begun the exascale era. For leadership class machines, advanced runtime technology not only plays an important role in tasking but also has gained prominence in providing consistent memory across accelerator architectures, intelligent network routing, and performance portability, among other properties. With diminishing returns from hardware fabrication technology, clusters add more specialized accelerators such as FPGAs, CGRAs, and custom ASICs. These current trends highlight middleware challenges such as task/data management while adding new opportunities for exploiting application-specific engines. Further, advances in fields such as AI/ML provide novel opportunities for guiding and exploiting the hardware/software substrate. For these reasons, we propose a new iteration of the IPDRM workshop which will provide a venue for a diverse group of international researchers from universities, industry, research institutions, and funding agencies to discuss the pressing challenges of today’s runtime/middleware technologies.
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