From Data Analysis to High-Performance Computing
joint online conference on
Domain-Specific Languages in High-Performance Computing
Intelligent Sensor Data Analysis for Smart Systems
Virtual & Physical: 28-29 October 2020, Esztergom, Hungary
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic we have moved conference to October, and it will be held both virtually and physically, with most presenters joining remotely
This joint conference focuses on two aspects of computing and data processing: domain-specific languages and its application in high-performance computing systems and applications; and sensor data processing in resource-restricted, smart systems. Domain-Specific Languages aim to tackle the performance, portability, productivity challenge by restricting their scope to a narrower problem domain. The scope of the abstraction used, and the programming API is therefore critical in their design. The goal of the conference is to discuss the present and the future of DSLs, scientific codes, and hardware architectures. One of the central topics of the data analysis in smart, embedded systems is to create methods that perform efficiently in low resource environments such as in mobile or IoT devices.
The joint conference has two tracks dedicated to high-performance computing and intelligent data analysis, with joint plenary talks. Our goal is to provide a platform for Ph.D. students and researchers to exchange ideas and approaches and to develop new strategies.
We solicit extended abstracts (2-4 pages, single column) as well as poster abstracts (1-2 pages, single column) for consideration to either conference tracks.
Submission page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=datohpc2020
The EU Social Fund supports this conference THEMATIC FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS GROUNDING INNOVATION IN INFORMATICS AND INFOCOMMUNICATIONS (3in) (EFOP-3.6.2-16-2017-00013).
Gihan Mudalige (University of Warwick) – Bridging the Complexity Gap in Exascale Simulation Software Development Through High-level Domain Specific Languages
Michael Lange (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts) – Teaching weather(ed) code new languages: DSLs and source-to-source translation for the IFS
Fabio Luporini (Imperial College London) – Devito: a DSL and compiler for automated generation of production-grade wave propagators
George Bisbas (Imperial College London) – Temporal blocking of finite-difference stencil operators with sparse non-grid-aligned sources and receivers in Devito
Carlos Osuna, Matthian Roethlin (MeteoSwiss) – dusk & dawn – A High Level DSL Toolchain for Weather & Climate Models on Icosahedral Triangular Meshes
David Lusher (University of Southampton) – OpenSBLI: automatic code-generation for computational fluid dynamics using the OPS DSL
Sebastian Kuckuk (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) – ExaStencils and GHODDESS: Fully Generated Numerical Solvers and Simulation Codes
- Extended abstract (2-4 pages) for contributed talk application submission deadline: 11th October 2020
- Decision on contributed talks: 15th October 2020
- Poster abstract (1-2 pages) submission deadline: 11th October 2020