Category: talk

Talk by Jannis Klinkenberg

Jannis Klinkenberg, PhD student from RWTH Aachen, is visiting our team this summer. He will present his work next Tuesday, July 19th. Title: Locality-Aware Scheduling in OpenMP Abstract: Today’s HPC systems typically consist of modern shared-memory NUMA machines each comprising two or more multi-core processor packages with local memory. On such systems, affinity of data …

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Talk by Lucia Drummond

On June, 20th, Lucia Drummond, from Fluminense Federal University in Brazil, will be visiting us and will take this opportunity to present her work. Title: Optimizing Computational Costs of High-Performance Applications on Clouds Abstract: Many applications of world strategic importance, such as those employed in the Oil and Gas industry, meteorology, and the areas of biodiversity …

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Talk by Clément Gavoille

On June, 28th, Clément Gavoille, PhD student from our team and the CEA, will present his recent work, described in a paper accepted at Euro-Par 2022. Title: Relative performance projection on Arm architectures Abstract: With the advent of multi- many-core processors and hardware accelerators, choosing a specific architecture to renew a supercomputer can become very tedious. …

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Talk by Fanny Dufossé

On April 5th, Fanny Dufossé from INRIA team DataMove will present her work. Title: Dimensioning of multi-clouds with follow-the-renewable approaches for environmental impact minimization Abstract: Cloud computing has become an essential component of our digital society. Efforts for reducing its environmental impact are being made by academics and industry alike, with commitments from major cloud providers …

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Talk by Clément Foyer

On March 8, Clément Foyer, Postdoc  in the team, will present his last paper, accepted at MCHPC21. Title: Using Bandwidth Throttling to Quantify Application Sensitivity to Heterogeneous Memory Abstract: In the dawn of the exascale era, the memory management is getting increasingly harder but also of primary importance. The plurality of processing systems along with …

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Talk by Philippe Swartvagher

On November 23, Philippe Swartvagher, PhD student in the team, will present his last paper, accepted at ICPP’21. Title: Interferences between Communications and Computations in Distributed HPC Systems Abstract: Parallel runtime systems such as MPI or task-based libraries provide models to manage both computation and communication by allocating cores, scheduling threads, executing communication algorithms. Efficiently implementing …

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Talk by Nicolas Nisse

On October 12, Nicolas Nisse, from Inria team COATI, will introduce the field he is working in, and its links to HPC problematics. Title: Brief introduction on parameterized algorithms Abstract: This talk will be a mini-course about parameterized complexity and algorithms. We will first survey the basics and show how the structure of the instances may …

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Talk by Clément Foyer

On June, 18th,  Clément Foyer, post-doc in our team, will present us the work he did during his PhD. Title: Abstractions for Portable Data Management in Heterogeneous Memory Systems Abstract: This talk present the work I did for my Thesis at the University of Bristol. This thesis is a study of data selection and placement in …

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Talk by Rosa M. Badia

On May, 25th, Rosa M. Badia, from Barcelona Supercomputing Centre (BSC), will present to us her recent research group activities. Title: Parallel machine learning with PyCOMPSs and dislib Abstract: The seminar will present our group research on parallel programming models, more specifically in PyCOMPSs. PyCOMPSs is a task-based programming model for distributed computing platforms. In the seminar …

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Talk by Clément Gavoille

On June, 4th, Clément Gavoille, PhD student from our team and the CEA, will present us his thesis topic. The presentation will be given in French. Title: Modélisation et projection de performances d’applications parallèles sur environnement ARM Abstract: L’évolution des architectures de processeurs rend la prédiction et l’évaluation des performances d’une application parallèle complexes. En …

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