Efficient Modelling of Parallel Computer Systems Workshop

A Workshop held in conjunction with HiPEAC 2014, 21st January 2014, Vienna (Austria)

Background

The EU FP7 project Adept addresses the challenge of energy‐efficient use of parallel technologies. Adept builds on the expertise of software developers from high‐performance computing (HPC) to exploit parallelism for performance, and on the expertise of embedded systems engineers in managing energy usage. The aim of Adept is to develop tools and methodologies that will guide software developers and help them to model and predict performance and power consumption of parallel software and hardware.

In line with the project goals this workshop will bring together experts from the HPC and embedded domains to discuss the current state‐of‐the‐art and research in the area of performance and power modelling and monitoring of parallel computer systems. Specific emphasis will also be given to the cross‐fertilisation of expertise between the two domains. 

Programme and Presentations

The following presentations were given at the workshop. Click the titles to view the presentation slides.

 

Talk Title 

Speaker 

 Application Energy Monitoring on HPC Systems - Measurement and Models

 Thomas Ilsche, TU Dresden

The Power of Analytical Modelling in Computer Architecture

 Lieven Eeckhout, University of Ghent

Saving power with Decoupled Access Execute (DAE)

Stefanos Kaxiras, Uppsala University

Systems for Power Measurement and Analysis in Modern Hardware

Nick Johnson, EPCC, University of Edinburgh

Full System Simulation at Near Native Speed: Parallelising
and Accelerating Gem5 through Hardware Virtualisation

David Black-Schaeffer, Uppsala University

 

Organisers

This workshop is organised by the Adept project partners. For more information please contact

Michèle Weiland, Adept Project Coordinator – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Katie Urqhart, Administration and Dissemination Officer – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.