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Technical Content of the ScicomP 11 Meeting


Power5: Processor and System Evolution HPS Switch Compilers I Special Effects Compilers II At the Bleeding Edge: Novel Architectures for High Performance IBM Keynote HPC Technology Overview KOJAK hardware counter performance analysis of parallel programs Performing Analysis at Large Scale Platforms Interactive Monitoring of LoadLeveler Controlled Clusters with LLview DCProg - The Distributed Congestion Network Bandwidth Testing Program NCAR CCSM with Task-Geometry Support in LSF Performance of IFS on the IBM p690+ systems at ECMWF Load Balancing for Rain Assimilation in ECMWF's Weather Model (IFS) Deploying the Large Scale Air Pollution Model as a Grid Service Interconnect Strategy and Direction BlueGene Technology Roadmap BlueGene Applications Update BlueGene Applications Update Application Performance on an eServer BlueGene: Early Experience Initial BlueGene/L Application Performance Results at LLNL Early Experiences and Performance Results From the New BlueGene/L System at the National Center for Atmospheric Research Application Performance on the High Performance Switch Computational Chemistry codes usage on IBM SP and IBM Linux Cluster Large scale scientific software development in an academic environment the UK Car-Parrinello Consortium GPFS Advances: This Is Not Your Father's GPFS MPI Advances Compiler Developments Reducing the Impact of Operating System Interference on Scientific Applications Planned AlltoAllv: A Cluster Approach Collective operations for message passing in heterogeneous clusters News from ACTC Cell Server Technology

Invited topics and speakers for ScicomP include:

IBM Keynote by Rebecca Austen (Director, IBM Deep Computing Marketing)

At the Bleeding Edge: Novel Architectures for High Performance by Richard Kenway (Chair of EPCC)

HPC Technology Overview by Barry Bolding (IBM)

BlueGene Review by Manish Gupta (IBM Research Watson)

BlueGene/L Applications Update by Gyan Bhanot (IBM Research Watson)

BlueGene/L Technology Roadmap by Manish Gupta (IBM Research Watson)

Application Performance on an eServer BlueGene: Early Experience by Lorna Smith (Research Manager EPCC)

Initial BlueGene/L Application Performance Results LLNL by Tom Spelce (LLNL)

Computational Chemistry by Paul Madden (The University of Edinburgh)

Cell Server Technology by Barry Bolding (IBM)

Interconnects by Don Grice (IBM Distinguished Engineer Poughkeepsie)

News from ACTC by Simone Sbaraglia (IBM Research Watson)

GPFS Advances by Ray Paden (IBM)

MPI Advances by Dick Treumann (IBM)

Compiler Developments by Roch Archambault (IBM)

JS20 and Mare Nostrum Experiences (Barcelona) by Juan Jose Porta (IBM EMEA/Germany)


Submitted talks and speakers include:

KOJAK hardware counter performance analysis of parallel programs by Brian Wylie (FZ Juelich)

Performing Analysis at Large Scale Platforms by Judit Gimenez (CEPBA-UPC)

Interactive Monitoring of LoadLeveler Controlled Clusters with LLview by Wolfgang Frings (FZ Juelich)

DCProg - The Distributed Congestion Network Bandwidth Testing Program by Tom Logan (ARSC)

NCAR CCSM with Task-Geometry Support in LSF by Mike Page (NCAR)

Performance of IFS on the IBM p690+ systems at ECMWF by Deborah Salmond (ECMWF)

Load Balancing for Rain Assimilation in ECMWF's Weather Model (IFS) by John Hague (IBM)

Deploying the Large Scale Air Pollution Model as a Grid Service by Cihan Sahin (University of Reading)

Early Experiences and Performance Results From the New Blue Gene/L System at the National Center for Atmospheric Research by Richard Loft (NCAR)

Application Performance on the High Performance Switch by Ian Bush (CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory)

Computational Chemistry codes usage on IBM SP and IBM Linux Cluster by Sigismondo Boschi (CINECA)

Reducing the Impact of Operating System Interference on Scientific Applications by Terry Jones (LLNL)

Planned AlltoAllv: A Cluster Approach by Stephen Booth (EPCC)

Collective operations for message passing in heterogeneous clusters by Victor Gergel (Nizhni Novgorod)


ScicomP tutorial subjects include:

Power5 Application Performance by Charles Grassl and Roch Archambault from IBM


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