The seminar covers optimization and parallelization techniques for modern multi- and manycore systems. The topics are chosen from interesting contemporary problems in High Performance Computing on modern hardware like multicore processors, accelerators (e.g., GPGPUs or Xeon Phi), and clusters.
Lecturer: Prof. G. Wellein (email@example.com), Martensstr. 1, Room 01.131. Phone -28136
Location: 2.037 (e-Studio), Martensstr. 1 (RRZE), 2nd floor
Time: Tuesday 8:30-10:00
Either 2.5 or 5 ECTS credits will be granted, depending on whether the student gives one or two talks. In either case, a written seminar report is mandatory.
Possible topics can be found in the intro talk (see below).
- 6 October - 12 October
6 October - 12 October
- 13 October - 19 October
13 October - 19 October
- 20 October - 26 October
20 October - 26 October
Talk by Ayesha Afzal on her seminar project (OpenMP-parallel CG solver).
- 27 October - 2 November
27 October - 2 November
Talk by Thomas Röhl: Introducing the LIKWID tools.
- 3 November - 9 November
3 November - 9 November
Talk by Benjamin Keck on CT image reconstruction on GPGPUs.
- 10 November - 16 November
10 November - 16 November
Talk by Balthasar Reuter on his KONWIHR project about optimizing the UTBEST code.
- 17 November - 23 November
17 November - 23 November
No seminar this week!
- 24 November - 30 November
24 November - 30 November
Talk by Johannes Hofmann on low-level benchmarking on the Haswell and Ivy Bridge processors.
- 1 December - 7 December
1 December - 7 December
Talk by Salah Saleh about his master thesis on performance engineering for compute kernels in the Blue Brain Project.
- 8 December - 14 December
8 December - 14 December
Talk by Georg Hager about the ECM performance model and its application to streaming kernels (especially the Kahan dot product) and stencil codes.
- 15 December - 21 December
15 December - 21 December
First seminar presentation by Domink Thoennes about benchmarking results for OpenACC on GPGPUs
First seminar presentation by Georgios Diamantopoulos about MPI-ULFM for fault tolerant MPI programming.
- 12 January - 18 January
12 January - 18 January
Initial talk by Julian Hornich about his upcoming KONWIHR project about simulating solar cells with an FDTD method.
Status talk by Ayesha Afzal about her master thesis on energy models for multicore CPUs.
- 19 January - 25 January
19 January - 25 January
Status talk by Julian Hammer about is master thesis on a tool for automatic ECM modeling with stencil codes.
First seminar talk by Yifan Yang about "Introduction to the link-wise artificial compressibility method (LWACM)" (cancelled)
- 26 January - 1 February
26 January - 1 February
First seminar presentation by Yifan Yang about "Introduction to the link-wise artificial compressibility method (LWACM)"
Final seminar presentation by Georgios Diamantopoulos about MPI-ULFM for fault tolerant MPI programming.