Tsukuba-Edinburgh collaboration workshop: 16 & 17 June 2016
Update: the presentation slides are now linked from each talk title below.
The annual collaboration workshop between the University of Edinburgh and the University of Tsukuba, Japan, takes place this week.
The meeting brings together researchers from Tsukuba and Edinburgh to present and discuss the novel research in high-performance computing, computer science, physics, meteorology, and other subjects undertaken by scientists at both universities.
The workshop is open to all, and includes refreshments, so please come along and find out more about research activities in Edinburgh and Tsukuba, and the possibilties for collaborations.
The meeting will be held on the 16th and 17th of June in the CSEC seminar room at JCMB on the Kings Buildings campus.
Thursday 16th June
09.30 Welcome and introduction: Adrian Jackson
10.30 INTERTWinE project, programming model interoperability towards Exascale: George Beckett
12.00 Extreme events over East Asia: Models vs Observation: Nicolas Freychet
14.00 High-performance linear algebra GPU code generation from high-level functional expressions: Christophe Dubach
14.45 Automatic Tuning of Computation-Communication Overlap for Parallel 1-D FFT: Daisuke Takahashi
16.00 Recent results of particle physics simulations at Tsukuba: Kazuyuki Kanaya
16.30 Grid: A next generation data parallel C++ QCD library: Guido Cossu
Friday 17th June
09.30 Oakforest-PACS: The fastest KNL-base supercomputer in Japan: Taisuke Boku
10.15 The ADEPT project: Michele Weiland
11.30 EPCC’s KNL experiences: Adrian Jackson
12.00 Fast Clustering Algorithms for Large-scale Graphs: Hiroaki Shiokawa
14.00 Efficient Sampling Methods for Rare Events by Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Yasuteru Shigeta
14.45 NEXTGenIO: Adrian Jackson
Adrian has written about the workshop in a blog post.