The HMEM workshop will serve as a forum to present and discuss ongoing research around heterogeneous memory systems, including topics such as architectural considerations, middleware, programming models, runtime systems, tools, operating system developments, use cases and early experiences.
We are thrilled to announce invited talks by:
- João Pedro Barreto, Técnico Lisboa: “Seamlessly embracing memory heterogeneity in HPC”
- Michal Biesek, Intel: “Libmemkind – Heap Manager for heterogeneous memory architectures”
- Tim Dykes, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE): “Abstractions for Data Management in Heterogeneous Systems”
- Marc Jordà, Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC): “An Ecosystem of Tools for Broad Heterogeneous Memory Usage”
The programme will also include contributed talks, and abstract submissions are welcome in this EasyChair link until 29 May 2020 AOE. There will be no formal papers or proceedings, but extended abstracts (PDF) can be uploaded for publication in the workshop website in case of acceptance.
Antonio J. Peña (BSC) and Harald Servat (Intel) are General Chairs of the workshop, and the Steering Committee is formed by Marie-Christine Sawley (Intel), Jesus Labarta (BSC) and Eduard Ayguadé (BSC).
EPEEC’s main goal is to develop and deploy a production-ready parallel programming environment that turns upcoming overwhelmingly-heterogeneous exascale supercomputers into manageable platforms for domain application developers. The consortium will significantly advance and integrate existing state-of-the-art components based on European technology (programming models, runtime systems, and tools) with key features enabling 3 overarching objectives: high coding productivity, high performance, and energy awareness.