SuperComputing 2022 Events
Join us in Dallas, Texas for the Arm HPC User Group research symposium and Birds of a Feather Session!
AHUG SC 2022 Symposium
November 14th, 8 AM – 4 PM US Central Time (GMT-5)
The Arm HPC User Group (AHUG) SuperComputing (SC 2022) AHUG symposium was held from 8 AM to 4 PM Dallas, Texas time (GMT-5) on November 14th, 2022.
This was a full-day event without proceedings that was held in an in-person format at the Westin Dallas Downtown hotel.
AHUG SC 22 Symposium Agenda
|Time (US CST)||Talk Title||Presenter/Moderator||Affiliation|
|8:05||Bylaws, AHUG Election Results, New Managing Director Introduction||Jeffrey Young||AHUG, Georgia Tech|
|8:15||Introduction and Thoughts on Future of AHUG||Simon McIntosh-Smith||AHUG, University of Bristol|
|8:25||Early Application Experiences on a Modern GPU-Accelerated Arm-based HPC Platform||Wael Elwasif||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|8:45||Nvidia dev kit (Arm+A100): from Federated Learning to HPC||Marco Aldinucci||University of Torino|
|9:05||Are we ready for broader adoption of ARM in the HPC community:
Benchmarks and Applications on High-End ARM Systems with XDMoD Application Kernels
|Nikolay A Simakov||SUNY|
|9:25||First experiences with an Arm-based HPC-testbed at NHR@KIT||Rene Caspart||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology|
|10:15||Discovering the performance and efficiency of Ampere Altra cloud-native processors for HPC workloads||Mike Bennett, Bryan Gartner||Ampere, SUSE|
|10:35||The perfect marriage of hardware and software – what NVIDIA Grace Superchip family brings to HPC and AI||Ian Finder||NVIDIA|
|10:55||HPC really is accelerating with some help from AWS Graviton 3||Brendan Bouffler||AWS|
|11:15||DPU Computing – Addressing HPC/AI Performance Bottlenecks||Gilaid Shainer||NVIDIA|
|11:35||Additional Time for Q&A|
|12:00 – 13:00||Lunch|
|13:00||A Performance Comparison of Common Open-source HPC Software on Graviton 3||Scott Wieland||Rescale|
|13:20||Running Altair’s Radioss Commercial Solver at Scale on Arm||Eric Lequiniou||Altair|
|13:40||Using gem5 for design space explorations||Bine Brank and Dirk Pleiter||FZ Juelich, KTH|
|14:00||Machine Learning on Arm Servers||Milos Puzovic and Ashok Bhat||Arm|
|14:20||Update from SiPearl||Craig Prunty||SiPearl|
|15:10||Porting intrinsics – real world observations and experiences from heavily-optimized genomics codes||David Lecomber||Arm|
|15:25||Tackling the Arm architecture for the CEA-DRF||France Boillod-Cerneux||CEA|
|15:40||Porting the Particle-In-Cell (PIC) code WarpX on Arm-based supercomputers||Thomas Clark, Henri Vincenti||CEA|
|16:00||Closing Remarks; Closing Reception from 1600-1700|
Please send any questions you might have about this event to the SC event organizers – Jeff Young, Steve Poole, Mitsuhisa Sato, Valerio Schiavoni, Michele Weiland at info@A-HUG.org.
Directions to the AHUG SC22 Event
The SC22 AHUG event was held in the Westin in Downtown Dallas, a short walk from the convention center.
SC 2022 AHUG Birds of a Feather
Session Leader: John Linford
Additional Session Leaders: Eva Siegmann, Steve Poole, Michèle Weiland, Jeffrey Young
BoF Description: This BoF brings together the Arm HPC community to discuss how current and future standards will influence the growing diversity of Arm-related hardware and software. A panel composed of government, academic, and industry practitioners and vendors will discuss whether hardware standards (e.g., Armv9 and SBSA) and software standards (e.g., C++ Standard Parallelism and OpenMP) can sufficiently support the growing and diverse Arm hardware ecosystem. Audience participation is strongly encouraged with a focus on answering standards-related questions and facilitating the growth and interoperability of future Arm-based extreme scale systems.