Collaboration workshop between Tsukuba and Edinburgh universities
The agenda for our annual collaboration workshop between the University of Edinburgh and the University of Tsukuba in Japan has now been finalised.
The meeting, which will be held in the Higgs Room in JCMB on the 9th and 10th of March, brings together researchers from Edinburgh and Tsukuba universities to present and discuss cutting-edge research in high-performance computing, computer science, and physics being undertaken by both institutions.
The workshop is open to all, and includes refreshments, so please come along and find out more about the projects being worked on and the results achieved.
Monday 9th March
09.30 Welcome and introduction to EPCC: Alison Kennedy
10.00 Introduction to CCS: Taisuke Boku
10.30 High level and low level programming the KNC for QCD: Peter Boyle
11.30 HPC research and development in Japan: Post T2K and post K project: Mitsuhisa Sato
12.15 Exascale MPI: Daniel Holmes
14.00 Computational Design of Interface Structures for Low Power-Consumption Devices: Tomoya Ono
14.45 ADEPT: Investigating energy efficiency: Michele Weiland
15.45 QM/MM molecular dynamics simulations of enzymatic reaction processes: Yasuteru Shigeta
16.30 EPCC’s IPCC: Xeon Phi Optimisation: Adrian Jackson
Tuesday 10th March
09.30 Nuclear Fusion Simulation Implemented by PGAS Language XcalableMP: Taisuke Boku
10.15 TargetDP: An Abstraction of Lattice Based Parallelism with Portable Performance: Alan Gray
11.30 Efficient PageRank/ObjectRank Estimation based on Subgraphs: Toshiyuki Amagasa
14.00 Autotuning an OpenACC implementation of Nek5000: Luis Cebamanos
14.45 Edinburgh Data Science: Richard Kenway