RoMoL 2016 Workshop Program

  • RoMoL 2016 consists of several presentations given by internationally recognized researchers and a final discussion panel. Take a look at the Invited Speakers biographies and the Technical Presentations abstracts.
  • Please come back to check last minute program updates.

Thursday March 17, 2016

Auditori, Vertex Building, UPC Campus Nord
08:00Check-in at Lobby, Auditori, Vertex Building
08:45Welcome and Program Details, Mateo Valero, BSC/UPC (slides)
09:00Session 1. Chair: Eduard Ayguade
The Run Time System and the end of Moore's Law: Why now? By who?, Yale Patt, U. T. Austin (slides)
A Quantitative Analysis of Runtime System Software for Asynchronous Multi-Tasking Computation, Thomas Sterling, Indiana University (slides)
The Galois runtime system for parallel graph analytics workloads, Keshav Pingali, U. T. Austin (slides)
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00Session 2. Chair: Xavier Martorell
Runtime Resource Management, Burton Smith, Microsoft (slides)
Significance-Driven Runtime Systems, Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos, Queen's University of Belfast (slides)
Designing next-gen task-based runtime systems: challenges and opportunities, Raymond Namyst, Université de Bordeaux, INRIA, CNRS (slides)
Intel HPC Co-Design Activities in Europe, Hans-Christian Hoppe, Intel (slides)
13:00 Lunch
14:30Session 3. Chair: Adrian Cristal
Runtime Aware Architectures, Miquel Moretó, BSC/UPC (slides)
Efficient Computing Beyond the Validity of Moore's Law, Per Stenstrom, Chalmers University of Technology (slides)
Building Larger Shared Memory Multiprocessors, Trevor Mudge, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (slides)
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30Session 4, Chair: Eduardo Quiñones
Just-enough-computing: Doing More With Less, Chris Adeniyi-Jones, ARM (slides)
Application-Driven Runtime Adaptation for Efficient Resilience, Pradip Bose and Alper Buyuktosunoglu, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Architecting 3D Memory Systems, Moinuddin Qureshi, Georgia Institute of Technology (slides)
18:00 General Reception for attendees

Friday March 18, 2016

Vertex Building, UPC Campus Nord
08:30Check-in at Lobby, Vertex Building
08:45Session 5, Chair: David Carrera
The OmpSs Programming Model and its Runtime Support , Jesus Labarta, Barcelona Supercomputing Center / UPC (slides)
SGL: An Approach for Future Exascale Graph Processing, Lawrence Rauchwerger, Texas A&M University (slides)
Codesign - from Devices to Hyperscale Datacenters, Marc Tremblay, Microsoft (slides)
10:15 Coffee Break
10:45Session 6, Chair: Miquel Moreto
A new Architecture Avenues in Big Data Environment, Uri Weiser, Technion IIT
Big Cores versus Medium Cores, Roger Espasa, Broadcom and UPC
11:45Panel: The role of Runtime Systems and Architecture over the next years. Participants: Yale Patt, Guri Sohi, Burton Smith, Trevor Mudge, Wen-mei W. Hwu, Thomas Sterling, Avi Mendelson and Jesus Labarta
13:30 Farewell Lunch
15:00 BSC and UPC have organized a homage event for our colleague Nacho. It will consist of many small interventions, with sharings, experiences, anecdotes, we have had with Nacho along all these years. We encourage RoMoL 2016 attendees to participate in this event. More information can be found here: http://inmemoriam.bsc.es/


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