Andrew Lumsdaine

Jeremiah Willcock presents at eXtreme Scale Computing Initiative

CREST Research Associate Jeremiah Willcock presented at the eXtreme Scale Computing Initiative’s Productive Programming Models for Exascale Workshop held in Portland, OR in August. Willcock presented, “Avalanche: A Flow-Graph Framework for Simplifying the Use of Active Messages,” which was co-written with Ryan Newton and Andrew Lumsdaine.

The presentation can be viewed at this link:

http://xsci.pnnl.gov/PPME/pdf/Willcock_pres.pdf

 

Andrew Lumsdaine Presents at Institute for Computing and Science Workshop

CREST Director Andrew Lumsdaine presented “Active Messages for Parallel Graph Algorithms” at the Institute for Computing and Science (ICiS) Workshop in Parks City, Utah in July 2012. The workshop goal was to bring “together mathematicians, domain scientists, computer scientists, and members of the energy grid community to analyze topological properties of networks and the applied use of hypergraphs.”

The presentation can be viewed at this link:

CREST Director presents at URO Parallel Algorithm Workshop

CREST Director Andrew Lumsdaine presented “Parallel Graph Algorithms” at the URO Parallel Algorithm Workshop in July 2012. This workshop was held at Intel’s Corporate Headquarters in Santa Clara, CA.

The presentation can be viewed at this link:

http://www.osl.iu.edu/publications/Author/LUMSDAINE-A.php

A. Lumsdaine, “Parallel Graph Algorithms,” presented at URO Parallel Algorithm Workshop, Santa Clara, CA, 2012.
 

Andrew Lumsdaine presents at ACSG Productivity Workshop

Andrew Lumsdaine, CREST director, presented “Active Messages for Parallel Algorithms” at the third Advanced Computing Systems Group Productivity Workshop held in Catonsville, MD in July 2012.

Information about the presentation can be viewed at this link:

http://www.osl.iu.edu/publications/Year/2012.complete.php#lumsdaine12:_active

Abhishek Kulkarni paper awarded Best Paper at ROSS 2012

Abhishek Kulkarni, CREST graduate student,  presented “Optimizing latency and throughput for spawning processes on massively multicore processors” at the 2012 International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers held in Venice, Italy in June 2012. The paper was awarded Best Paper and was co-authored by CREST Director Andrew Lumsdaine, Michael Lang, and Latchesar Ionkov.

The paper can be viewed at this link:

http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2318924&bnc=1

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