is to develop the insights that enable new tools and approaches to make parallel programming easier, and to demonstrate their effectiveness through prototype implementations on real problems.
Multicore day 2016, 1 DEC 2016.
Multicore day 2016 programme is organized by UPMARC together with SICS.
Hosted by: Erik Hagersten and Tobias Wrigstad, UPMARC, Uppsala University.
Register here and join to find answers to these and more questions
- Can programming languages help fighting the complexity of massively parallel systems?
- Must scaling to the next order of magnitude require rewriting everything (again)?
- How can I find that last nasty bug?
Support for Industrial Collaboration
- UPMARC supports industrial collaboration projects. See here
2016-12-15 kl. 09:15, Gustavianum, Akademigatan 3, Uppsala
Andreas Sembrant: Hiding and Reducing Memory Latency: Energy-Efficient Pipeline and Memory System Techniques
- Kim-Anh Tran was awarded the third prize for her work on compiling for energy-efficiency "SWOOP: Software Out-of-Order Execution for In-Order Architectures" in the ACM Student Research competition organised in conjunction with PACT'16. More details about the competition and prizes are available here: http://pactconf.org/acm-src/
- Best poster award at IPDPS 2016 (IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium) Germán Ceballos won best poster award for the PHD forum at IPDPS.
- Independent Pedagogical Award 2016: David Black-Schaffer has been awarded the Independent Pedagogical Award 2016! The theme was "Integration of digital resources in teaching and learning".
- Partitioning GPUs for Improved Scalability. In Proc. 28th International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing, pp 42-49, IEEE Computer Society, 2016.
- Data placement across the cache hierarchy: Minimizing data movement with reuse-aware placement. In Proc. 34th International Conference on Computer Design, pp 117-124, IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, 2016.
- An approximation framework for decision procedures. In Journal of automated reasoning, volume 57, 2016. Publication status: Accepted