Meet us at ISC High Performance 2019

06 June 2019

On June 16-20, HLRS joins high-performance computing stakeholders from academia and industry in Frankfurt to discuss the latest developments in the field. Here's how to find us.

GCS Joint Exhibition

High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS)

Monday, June 17th – Wednesday, June 19th Booth #B-1310

GCS is the consortium of Germany's three premier supercomputing centers: the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC), and Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ). At the joint booth, members of the HLRS visualization department will bring the Black Forest to Frankfurt. Climb into our paraglider simulator, catch some updrafts, and fly through a race course over the forest landscape. 

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GCS @ ISC'19 Happy Hour

Stop Being Artificial! Let’s have a Real Get-Together.

Tuesday, June 18th 4:30pm – 6pm, Booth #B-1310

On Tuesday, June 18, between 16:30 and 18:00, GCS will be hosting an "HPC Happy Hour." The directors of the three GCS centres, Prof. Dieter Kranzlmüller (LRZ), Prof. Thomas Lippert (JSC) and Prof. Michael M. Resch (HLRS), the GCS Managing Director, Dr. Claus Axel Müller, as well as  representatives of the GCS centres are looking forward to welcoming old friends and new faces at booth B-1310 for snacks, drinks, handshakes, idea exchange, knowledge transfer, and more!

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HLRS-employees nominated for Hans Meuer Award

Joseph Schuchart and José Gracia nominated for paper on Global Task Data Dependencies in PGAS Applications

Monday, June 17th 4:10pm – 4:50pm, Panorama 1

The Hans Meuer Award honors the most outstanding research paper submitted to the ISC conference’s Research Papers Committee. In his paper, Schuchart presents a novel approach for using task data dependencies to synchronize the execution of locally discovered tasks operating in the Partitioned Global Address Space (PGAS), a programming model specifically designed for massively parallel computing environments. The results demonstrate the feasibility of distributed task-graph discovery and the recovery of dependency information spanning across process boundaries.

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Funded Collaborative Research Projects

Bastian Koller presents the EXCELLERAT Center of Excellence in Engineering Applications

Tuesday, June 18th 10:30am – 10:45am, PRACE booth #B-1320

EXCELLERAT's goal is to facilitate the development of important codes for high-tech engineering, including maximizing their scalability to ever-larger computing architectures and supporting technology transfer to enable their use within industrial environments. At the booth of the European PRACE initiative, EXCELLERAT project coordinator Bastian Koller will give an update on the project's progress in preparing engineering applications to make use of next-generation exascale supercomputers.

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