Agenda

Before you apply please refer to the COVID-19 Rules & Measures section for all participants at the 2022 school. The following is the school’s agenda, subject to minor changes.


Sunday, June 19

16:00 – Registration opens
18:00 – Instructions on Mentoring
19:00 – 21:00 – Welcome Reception


Monday June 20

08:45 – Welcome
09:00 – Keynote: “Fusing Big Data and Big Computation in Numerical Weather Prediction” – Takemasa Miyoshi, RIKEN CCS
10:00 – Introduction of presenters and mentors

10:30 – BREAK

11:00 – Overview of PRACE, RIKEN; SciNet, XSEDE
11:40 – Parallel programming methodologies; Introduce parallel programming challenge – John Urbanic, PSC

12:30 – LUNCH

13:30 – Parallel programming: classic track (MPI & OpenMP) ||
Parallel programming: accelerator track
(parallel sessions, with coffee break around 15:00)

17:30 – 20:30 – Dinner buffet & electronic poster session I


Tuesday June 21

09:00 – Parallel programming: classic track (MPI & OpenMP) ||
Parallel programming: accelerator track
(parallel sessions, with coffee break around 10:30)

12:30 – LUNCH

13:30 – HPC Challenges in Materials Science
[Christian Carbogno, Fritz-Haber Institute]
14:10 – HPC Challenges in Plasma Physics
[Frank Jenko, MPI for Plasma Physics & Univ. Austin] ||
HPC Challenges in Life Sciences
[Tom Cheatham, Univ. Utah]
(parallel sessions)

14:45 – BREAK

15:15 – Programming challenge / bring your own code / hands-on
16:00 – Software Engineering [Erik Lindahl, Univ. Stockholm]
16:40 – Mentoring Session

17:30 – 20:30 Dinner buffet & electronic poster session II


Wednesday June 22

09:00 – HPC Python programming [Ramses von Zon, Univ. Toronto] ||
Performance analysis and optimization [Ilya Zhukov, JSC]
(parallel sessions, with break around 10:30)

12:30 – LUNCH

13:30 – Workflow Tools [Scott Callaghan, Univ. Southern California] ||
Parallel I/O [John Cazes, TACC]
(parallel sessions)
14:15 – Scientific Visualization [Marcelo Ponce, Univ. Toronto] ||
GPU Performance analysis [Dominik Ernst, Univ. Erlangen]
(parallel sessions, with break around 15:15)
16:30 – Mentoring

17:30 – Networking: Social event and dinner


Thursday June 23

09:00 – Big Data Analytics I [John Urbanic, PSC]
11:00 – BREAK
11:30 – Mentoring session

12:30 – LUNCH

13:30 – Big Data Analytics II [John Urbanic, PSC]
14:30 – BREAK
15:00 – HPC Challenges in Bioengineering
[Orly Alter, Univ. Utah] ||
HPC Challenges in Astrophysics
[Klaus Dolag, Univ. Munich]
(parallel sessions)
15:40 – 16:30 – Parallel programming challenge

17:00 – Networking: Social event and dinner


Friday June 24

09:00 – Machine Learning I [Danel L Silver, Acadia Univ.]
10:30 – BREAK
10:50 – Machine Learning II [Danel L Silver, Acadia Univ.]

12:30 – LUNCH

13:30 – Mentoring session
14:00 – Numerical libraries [Yohai Meiron & James Willis, SciNet, Univ. Toronto]
14:40 – 15:30 – Conclusion of Parallel programming challenge, announcement of winner
Closing session (school closes at 15:30)

15:30 – 17:00 – Optional programme: bring your own code