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A16 - ASCI Spring School on Heterogeneous Computing Systems

From: May 29 to June 1, 2017

The abstracts from all speakers are now available! Please click on the link in the schedule below.

 May 29 – June 1, Kontakt der Kontinenten, Soest

Slot (1-8)

Speakers

Topic

Monday May 29: Introduction and examples of heterogeneous computing

2

Gerard Smit (UTwente)

Welcome and introduction

3

Henk Corporaal (TU/e) +

Andre Kokkeler (UTwente)

Introduction to Heterogeneous Computing Systems

4

5

Stephan Wong (TUDelft)

Liquid Computing

6

Jan Kuper (QBayLogic)

 

Mark Wijtvliet (TU/e)

 

FPGA design from mathematical specifications

 

Accelarators and coarse grained reconfigurable architectures

7

8

Mark Wijtvliet, Stephan Wong, Ana Varbanescu

Lab introductions + Handout Questions

Tuesday May 30: Code generation and advanced optimizations

1

Roel Jordans (Radboud University)

Compiling and optimization for high performance systems

2

3

Sven Verdoolaege (Leuven)

High-Level loop Transformations and Polyhedral Compilation

4

5

Afternoon: Social event

Wednesday May 31: GPU, New languages, and Accelerators, Future systems

1

Ana Varbanescu (UvA)

Heterogeneous computing with GPUs

2

3

Kees van Berkel (TUE)

Exascale Computing for Radio Astronomy: GPU or FPGA?

4

Rosilde Corvino (Intel)

Halide tutorials summary and lessons learned from IPU

5

Maurice Peemen (FEI) Accelerating Deep Learning Applications

6

7

8

Said Hamdioui (TUDelft)

Future computer Architectures: Computing in Memory

Thursday June 1: DSE, Accelerators, Future Systems, and Student pitch

1

Marco Bekooij (NXP)

 

Abstraction-refinement theory for hybrid system design

 

2

3

Carmina Almudever (TUDelft)

WHAT IS QUANTUM COMPUTING ALL ABOUT?

4 Leandro Fiorin (IBM Research) Accelerating radio-astronomy algorithms

5

6

Akash Kumar (TUDresden) Approximate Computing, going ultra low power

7

8

Students

Pitch presentations on selected topics

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