Dr. Rolf Rabenseifner
Nobelstr. 19 (postal address)
D - 70569 Stuttgart
Office: Room 1.307, Nobelstr. 19
|Phone:||++49(0)711 / 685-65530|
|Fax:||++49(0)711 / 685-65832|
Head of department Parallel Computing - Training and Application Services.
Summer/winter schools on Parallel Programming at HLRS.
User consulting for Parallel Programming Models and MPI at HLRS.
Project support for the HLRS .
- Automatic counter profiling
- Optimization of MPI, a new optimized MPI Reduce algorithm
- Parallel I/O with MPI-2, e.g. on the T3E
- Effective Communication Bandwidth beff Benchmark
- Effective File I/O Bandwidth beff_io Benchmark
- Global time for software monitoring of parallel applications, dissertation
I try to maintain a list of my publications.
I am responsible for the Parallel Programming Workshops at HLRS. I am teaching the courses on parallel platforms and programming models, MPI, OpenMP, optimization, profiling, and debugging also at ZHR at TU Dresden, Uni. Hamburg, LRZ München, NIC/ZAM at FZ Jülich, and RRZN Hannover, see list of lectures. The lectures are also online available. I'm also co-lecturer in Introduction to computer science in mechanical engineering.
Membership in program committees and referee
- EuroPVM/MPI Program Committee 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
- Facing the Multicore-Challenge 2010
- ParCo 2005 2007
- SDMAS '07 '08 Program Committee (Workshop at PDPTA '07 '08)
- CUG Program Committee (since 2000)
- HIPERIO '06, '08 Program Committee (Workshop at IEEE Cluster Conference 2006, 2008)
- PPGaMS Program Committee 2004, 2005 (Workshops at ICCS 2004, 2005)
- HPCC 05, 08, 09
- Special Session on Concurrent Programming Environment at ICHIT'06
- Referee at IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, Parallel Processing Letters, Algorithmica, IEEE Cluster 2006, PDCN 2005, ICCS 2001 (Workshop on Tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed Programming), CCGrid 2001, Cluster 2000, Euro-Par 2000.
Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), MPI-2 Forum,
MPI-2.1 Forum and MPI-3 Forum Steering Committee
Here, I was responsible for the development of MPI-2.1 (June 2008)
|The complete, official MPI-2.2 Standard (September 2009) is now available in one book (hardcover, 647 pages, sewn binding). |
For all MPI programmer, the standard can be used as a complete MPI reference manual with many examples and advices to users. The last 19 pages contain several indexes to allow quick finding of all relevant information.
It was printed and is sold at cost by HLRS, see http://www.hlrs.de/mpi/mpi22/