HPC 2017 : High Performance Computing Symposium
Conference Series : High Performance Computing
Call For Papers
Call For Papers – HPC Symposium - http://www.fit.vutbr.cz/events/HPC2017/
Note: Deadline extended till 9th of January 2017. This is a firm deadline.
The 2017 Spring Simulation Multi-Conference will feature the 25th High Performance Computing Symposium (HPC 2017), devoted to the impact of high-performance computing and communications on computer simulations.
Advances in multicore and many-core architectures, networking, high-end computers, large data stores, and middleware capabilities are ushering in a new era of high-performance parallel and distributed simulations. Along with these new capabilities come new challenges in computing and system modeling. The goal of HPC 2017 is to encourage innovation in high-performance computing and communication technologies and to promote synergistic advances in modeling methodologies and simulation. It will promote the exchange of ideas and information between universities, industry, supercomputing centers, and national laboratories about new developments in system modeling, high-performance computing and communication, scientific computing as well as simulation.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
* High-performance computing issues in Big Data analytics
* High performance/large scale application case studies
* GPU for general purpose computations (GPGPU)
* Accelerator and co-processor computing
* Multicore and many-core computing
* Exascale challenges
* Cloud, distributed, and grid computing
* Hybrid parallel or distributed algorithms
* Large-scale visualization and data management
* Parallel algorithms and architectures
* High-performance software tools and techniques
* Resilience at the simulation level
* Component technologies for high-performance computing
Special Session on Hardware-Software Co-Design for HPC (Co-HPC)
The purpose of this special session is to bring together researchers investigating the interrelationships between applications, systems software, and hardware, including methodologies and tools for hardware-software co-design for HPC. We also seek submissions that demonstrate collaboration between domain scientists, applied mathematicians, computer scientists, and hardware architects.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited, to the following:
* Use of simulation and emulation techniques for co-design
* Power-aware applications
* Co-optimization for multiple objectives (such as performance, power, resilience)
* Evaluation of new processor and memory technologies for scientific applications
* Mapping of algorithms and applications to heterogeneous systems