AHUG SC 2021 Virtual Event
The Arm HPC User Group (AHUG) held its 2021 SC digital from 8 AM to 1 PM St. Louis, Missouri time (CMT-5) on November 10th, 2021. This event was a half-day event without proceedings that was held in a digital-only format with a mix of live and recorded talks.
Please see our YouTube page and the SC21 Symposium playlist for videos of the talks!
|Session Chair: Mitsuhisa Sato
US CST (UTC-6)
|Brief introduction to AHUG Symposium
|Maison de la Simulation, CEA Saclay
|Feedbacks and results porting the Particle-In-Cell code Smilei on the Fujitsu A64FX processor
|RuQing (G.) Xu
|Dept. Physics, The University of Tokyo
|BLIS & TBLIS on SVE and Apple AMX
|Arm A64FX @GENCI-CEA: Another step forward to Exascale for the European community
|Session Chair: Jonathan Beard
|Developing for ARM with NVIDIA software tools and more
|North Carolina State University
|Fine-grained Analysis for Parallel Programs Running on ARM-based Clusters
|Kevin Manalo, Aaron Jezghani, Jeffrey Valdez, Will Powell
|Georgia Institute of Technology
|Integrating A64FX into an Open OnDemand Workflow
|Session Chair: Jeffrey Young
|Latest Achievements with Altair Radioss on Arm-based Processors
|Leveraging Low-Rank Matrix Approximations for HPC Applications on Fujitsu A64FX Architectures
|Alex Wade, Xavier Vigouroux
|Optimising Genomics Workflows for Neoverse
AHUG SC 2021 Hackathon
The AHUG SC21 symposium was followed by a two-day hackathon on November 11th and 12th where participants were invited to reproduce key HPC application results on a variety of Arm-based HPC systems.
Please see the official event page and website for more information on the full schedule and content for this event!
SC 2021 AHUG Birds of a Feather
Session Leader: John Linford
BoF Description: This BoF brings together experts and luminaries from the Arm HPC Users Group to share experiences and lessons learned from developing, procuring, hosting, maintaining, using, and expanding Arm-based HPC and hyperscale systems over the last decade. RIKEN’s “Fugaku” has held the #1 spot on the last three Top500 supercomputer lists, Arm enables affordable HPC in the cloud with AWS Graviton 2 and Ampere Altra, and Bristol’s “Isambard” was recently upgraded to the largest Arm-based HPC system in Europe. We will expand on the recent announcements of NVIDIA Grace, ETRI K-AB21, and SiPearl Rhea with a look at future Arm-based systems.