ADAPT 2016 workshop
The 6th International Workshop on Adaptive Self-tuning Computing Systems
18 January 2016, Prague, Czech Republic ( co-located with HiPEAC 2016 )
About Program Motivation Committees Submission Prior
ADAPT 2016 is a full day workshop starting at 10:00 on January 18, 2016 (Clarion Congress Hotel Prague, room Nadir). You can find details about the venue and travel here. Complete HiPEAC'16 including all workshops and tutorials is available here.

ADAPT'16 keynote (14:00-15:00): "Benchmarks vs The Zombie Apocalypse: A comparison" by Ed Plowman (Director of Performance Analysis Strategy at ARM).

Congratulations to Andrei Lascu, PhD student from Imperial College London, who have received dividiti award - 200 euros cash for the artifacts shared in the open Collective Knowledge format!

Program (Nadir room)

All public Reddit discussions with authors' responses are available here!

10:15-10:30 ADAPT'16 introduction
10:30-11:00 Iterative compilation on mobile devices
Paschalis Mpeis, Pavlos Petoumenos, Hugh Leather
University of Edinburgh, UK
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-12:00 Software-Based Fault Recovery via Adaptive Diversity for COTS Multi-Core Processors
Andrea Höller, Tobias Rauter, Johannes Iber, Georg Macher, Christian Kreiner
Institute for Technical Informatics, Graz University of Technology, Austria
12:00-12:30 A lightweight optimization selection method for Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication
Athena Elafrou, Georgios Goumas, Nectarios Koziris
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
12:30-13:00  Integrating a large-scale testing campaign in the CK framework
Andrei Lascu, Alastair F. Donaldson
Imperial College London, UK

13:00-14:00 Lunch

ADAPT'16 keynote: "Benchmarks vs The Zombie Apocalypse: A comparison"

Ed Plowman (Director of Performance Analysis Strategy at ARM)

A satirical take on the state of the current benchmark eco system and action you can take to avoid the potential apocalypse!

15:00-15:30  GEMMbench: a framework for reproducible and collaborative benchmarking of matrix multiplication
Anton Lokhmotov
dividiti, UK

15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-16:30 Autotuning OpenCL Workgroup Size for Stencil Patterns
Chris Cummins, Pavlos Petoumenos, Michel Steuwer, Hugh Leather
University of Edinburgh, UK
16:30-18:00 Public discussion: enabling efficient self-tuning computer systems via collaborative and reproducible computer engineering

Sponsors and supporters

- DIVIDITI provided cash prize of 200 euros
for the highest-ranked artifact
shared in CK format
Workshop organizers:
Grigori Fursin
Christophe Dubach
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