ADAPT'15 workshop program

Location: E104

Keynote: "Accelerating Datacenter Services with Reconfigurable Logic”
Aaron Smith, Microsoft Research, USA (Details).

All papers are now available in arXiv.

We accepted 7 papers out of 12.
Each paper had at least 3 reviews.

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10:00-10:05 Workshop introduction

10:05-10:30 Automatic Tuning of Local Memory Use on GPGPUs

Tianyi David Han and Tarek Abdelrahman
University of Toronto, Canada
10:30-10:55 Adapting Graph Application Performance Via Alternate Data Structure Representations

Amlan Kusum, Iulian Neamtiu and Rajiv Gupta
University Of California, Riverside, USA

11:00-11:30 Break
11:30-11:55 Easy-to-Use On-the-Fly Binary Program Acceleration on Many-Cores
Marvin Damschen and Christian Plessl
University of Paderborn, Germany
11:55-12:20 Performance comparison between Java and JNI for optimal implementation of computational micro-kernels
Nassim Halli1 , Henri-Pierre Charles2 and Jean-François Mehaut3
1 Aselta-nanographics, France
2 CEA-LIST, France
3 Université de Grenoble, France
12:20-12:45 Self-Repairing Disk Arrays
Jehan-Francois Paris1, Ahmed Amer2, Darrell Long3 and Thomas Schwarz4
1 University of Houston, USA
2 Santa Clara University, USA
3 University of California, Santa Cruz
4 Universidad Catolica Del Uruguay, Uruguay
12:45-14:15 Lunch
14:15-15:30 Keynote: "Accelerating Datacenter Services with Reconfigurable Logic”
Aaron Smith (Microsoft Research, USA)
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-16:25 Adaptive and application dependent runtime guided hardware prefetcher reconfiguration on the IBM POWER7
David Prat Robles, Marc Casas Guix, Miquel Moretó Planas and Mateo Valero I Cortés
Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), Spain
16:25-16:50 A Self-adaptive Auto-scaling Method for Scientific Applications on HPC Environments and Clouds
Kiran Mantripragada1, Alecio Binotto1 and Leonardo Tizzei2
1 IBM Research - Brazil
2 IBM Brazil
16:50-17:00 NVIDIA best paper award ceremony and workshop conclusions
17:00-17:30 Common discussion on artifact evaluation experience from CGO'15/PPoPP'15 and community-driven reviewing
Grigori Fursin (cTuning Foundation, France)