Thursday 19th April (afternoon) and Friday 20th April (morning), Edinburgh.
The INTERTWinE project is investigating interoperability: making sure that tried and tested ways to program a supercomputer work together as well as possible. The project will run a workshop focusing on communication models and their use in applications, with a view to increasing the scalability of scientific and industrial codes to exascale.
The workshop will have 4 sessions:
- Asynchronous execution (chair: Dr George Beckett, EPCC)
- Interoperability (chair: Dr Mark Bull, EPCC)
- Usage of libraries (chair: Dr Mirko Rahn, Fraunhofer ITWM)
- Distributed tasks (chair: Dr Jakub Šístek, University of Manchester)
Registration is free - simply email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, organisation name and email address, and any dietary requirements.
Full descriptions of each session and the proposed agenda can be found at https://www.intertwine-project.eu/exascale-applications-workshop-agenda.