A number of activities related to the Argo project and its members will take place during the upcoming SC conference in St. Louis, Missouri and online.
On Sunday, November 14, from 9am to 5:30pm, the Workshop on Memory Centric High Performance Computing (MCHPC) will take place. The workshop is co-organized by Maya Gokhale. In parallel, the workshop on Containers and New Orchestration Paradigms for Isolated Environments in HPC (CANOPIE-HPC) will take place.
On Monday, November 15, from 9am to 12:30pm, the 11th International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers (ROSS) will take place. The workshop is co-organized by Kamil Iskra. At 5pm, Nicolas Denoyelle will present a paper Narrowing the Search Space of Applications Mapping on Hierarchical Topologies at the 12th International Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking and Simulation of High-Performance Computer Systems (PMBS). The paper is available on our Publications page.
On Tuesday, November 16, at 3:30pm–5pm, Maya Gokhale will participate in the panel A Precipice of Transformation: Programming Models for Future HPC Systems. At 5:15pm–6:45pm, Kazutomo Yoshii will co-lead a BoF on Successful FPGA Programming Methods and Tools for HPC.
On Wednesday, November 17, at 5:15pm–6:45pm, Tapasya Patki will co-lead a BoF on Community-Driven Efforts for Energy Efficiency in HPC Software Stack.
On Friday, November 19, from 8:30am to 12pm, the workshop on Programming Environments for Heterogeneous Computing (PEHC) will take place. The workshop is co-organized by Maya Gokhale. At 10:30am, Pete Beckman will moderate a panel on Great Edge-pectations: How Edge and Exascale Found Love.