Embassy of France in Tokyo - April 5th 2017 - TOKYO
High performance computing is a key topic that empowers innovation and competitiveness in order to answer many of the technical challenges we are currently facing that stand at a crossroad between big data and HPC. These systems are able to find actual solutions to the greatest struggles of our societies, in the fields of health and environment, in the industry and in the services we provide.
China, the USA, Japan and Europe have engaged in the race for next-generation supercomputers: Exascale, which is expected to reach an unprecedented level of performance with a capacity of more than a billion of billions floating operations per second. This actually means: more than a hundred times the computing power of existing systems.
But the path to Exascale is extremely challenging, on both hardware and software aspects, if we are willing to answer its inherent issues of power consumption, resilience, performance and operation. New programming paradigms, algorithms, languages and tools are required to answer this formidable challenge.
Following the “Extreme Performance Computional Science” workshop held in April 2015 in Tokyo, the French “Maison de la simulation”, RIKEN, and the Embassy of France in Japan are organizing this French-Japanese-German workshop, in order gather the Computer Science community and the users of simulation and massive data analysis. The current state of French-Japanese-German collaboration in the field will be presented, especially from the perspective of the SPPEXA program, which is funded by national agencies across the three countries (DFG, ANR and JST). This event will also be an opportunity to envision together new leads that could harbor new collaborations.
Download the flyer of the workshop here
|09:15 - 09:30||Registration & Welcome Coffee|
|09:30 - 09:45||Opening: Welcome speeches - Jacques Maleval (Science Counsellor of the Embassy of France), Ingo Höllein (Science Counsellor of the Embassy of Germany)|
|Session 1||Programming Paradigm, Algorithms, Languages and Tools - Chair: Matthias Müller (RWTH)|
|09:45 - 10:15||A next step of PGAS programming language XcalableMP for multicore and accelerator based high performance systems [pdf]- Mitsuhisa Sato (RIKEN)|
|10:15 - 10:45||HPC and Big data convergence [pdf] - Serge Petiton (Lille 1 University and MDLS)|
|10:45 - 11:15||Research on Programming Models to foster Programmer Productivity [pdf] - Christian Terboven (RWTH, Aachen University)|
|11:15 - 11:35||YML, XMP and Fault Tolerance for post-peta, exascale and beyond [pdf] - Miwako Tsuji (RIKEN)|
|11:35 - 11:55||Toward efficient data management for multilevel parallel programming in YML [pdf] - Thomas Dufaud (Versailles-Saint-Quentin University and Maison de la Simulation)|
|11:55 - 12:15||DASH: Performance and productivity from distributed data structures and parallel algorithms [pdf] - Karl Fürlinger (SPPEXA project)|
|12:15 - 13:15||Lunch Break (please find here a map of the area with a list of restaurants)|
|Session 2||Applications and Applied Mathematics - Chair: Mitsuhisa Sato (RIKEN)|
|13:15 - 13:35||Unite and Conquer methods for extreme computing [pdf] - Nahid Emad (Versailles-Saint-Quentin University and Maison de la Simulation)|
|13:35 - 13:55||Development of a scalable parallel eigensolver for large-scale simulations and data analysis - Tetsuya Sakurai (Tsukuba University)|
|13:55 - 14:25||Distributed and Parallel Dense Block Linear Algebra using YML and XMP [pdf] - Jerome Gurhem (CNRS, Maison de la Simulation)|
|14:25 - 14:55||ppOpen-HPC in Post-K/Post-Moore Era - Akihiro Ida (University of Tokyo)|
|14:55 - 15:25||Research towards Exascale at HLRS [pdf] - Joseph Schuchart (SPPEXA project)|
|15:25 - 15:55||Coffee Break|
|Session 3||Exascale Projects and former-existing collaborations - Chair: Serge Petiton|
|15:55 - 16:25||OakForest-PACS: Japan's fastest supercomputer [pdf] - Taisuke Boku (Tsukuba University)|
|16:25 - 16:55||CEA and RIKEN AICS Collaboration [pdf] - Yutaka Ishikawa (AICS)|
|16:55 - 17:15||Some High Performance Data Analysis challenges in the CNRS [pdf] - Michel Daydé (CNRS)|
|17:15 - 17:35||How to help users achieve Exascale: the EU CoE POP and RWTHs collaboration with NEC - Matthias Müller (RWTH)|
|Panel Session||Next steps to strengthen collaboration - Gathering experts and representatives of funding agencies and ministries - Chair: Evelyne Etchebéhère (Embassy of France)|
|18:25||End of the workshop|
|18:45||Reception at the Embassy of France in Tokyo|
Attendance to the Event is by invitation only. Registration is mandatory.
7 minutes walking from exit 1 of Hiroo Tokyo Metro Station (H-3 Hibiya Line) - Map available here