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PRACE workshop on application porting and performance tuning

The workshop gives HPC experts, computational scientists and students an overview of issues involved in porting and tuning codes on the PRACE prototypes. The lectures will cover new programming models suited for future petaflops supercomputers, issues involved in selecting and using numerical libraries and best-practices learned from tuning and porting three scientific applications.  Finally an introduction to two important performance measurement tools, Scalaca and Paraver, will be given.


Thursday June 11

  8.45-9.00   Welcome
  9.00-10.30 Numerical libraries (Olli-Pekka Lehto, CSC)
10.30-10.45 Coffee
10.45-12.15 Aplication case study: GPAW  (Jussi Enkovaara, CSC)
12.15-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Programming models: Hybrid programming  with MPI & OpenMP (Carlo Cavazzoni, CINECA)
14.30-14.45 Coffee
14.45-16.15 Application case study: CP2K (Manuel Guidon, UZH)

16.30 -  Social event: Sauna, dinner and refreshments.

Friday June 12

9.00-10.30   Performance measurement tools: Scalasca (Brian Wylie, FZJ)
10.30-10.45 Coffee
10.45-12.15 Performance measurement tools: Paraver (Judit Gimenez, BSC)
12.15-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Programming models: Porting to CELL (Mohammad Jowkar & Mauricio Araya Polo, BSC)
14.30-14.45 Coffee
14.45-15.30 Application case study: Code-saturn (Andrew Sunderland, STFC)

Date: 11.06.2009 09:00 - 12.06.2009 17:00
Location: Meeting room A6 in HTC Keilaniemi (http://www.htc.fi/kartta.htm), Keilaranta 15, Espoo. HTC Keilaniemi is located across the road from CSCs premises.
Language: English
Lecturers: Carlo Cavazoni (CINECA), Jussi Enkovaara (CSC), Olli-Pekka Lehto (CSC), Mohammed Jowkar (BSC), Brian Wylie (FZJ), Andrew Sunderland (STFC), Judit Gimenez (BSC), Manuel Guidon (UZH)
Price: Free of charge


Registration has expired 01.06.2009 23:00

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