GPU Day 2017 - The Future of Many-Core Computing in Science

from Thursday, 22 June 2017 (08:30) to Friday, 23 June 2017 (18:00)
Building 18 (Meeting room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
22 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017
AM
08:45 Opening - Dr Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi (Wigner RCP RMI of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)   (Meeting room)
08:50 Languages, APIs and Compilers In Service of Parallelism - Mr Máté Ferenc Nagy-Egri (MTA Wigner FK)   (Meeting room)
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09:10 GPU assisted light field capture and processing - Attila Barsi (Holografika Ltd.)   (Meeting room)
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09:50 FPGA based acceleration scientific workloads - Why? How? - Suleyman Demirsoy (Intel UK)   (Meeting room)
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10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
10:50 Accelerating Eigen Tensor libraries using SYCL - Mehdi Goli (Codeplay Ltd.)   (Meeting room)
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11:50 Automatic parallelisation from high-level abstractions for mesh-based simulations - Gábor Dániel Balogh (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)   (Meeting room)
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09:00 Report on running the biggest GPU cluster in Hungary - Zoltán Kiss (KIFÜ / NIIF Program)   (Meeting room)
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09:25 Hybrid Small Size hpcResource - László Kovács (Faculty of Informatics, University of Debrecen, Debrecen)   (Meeting room)
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09:50 The Collaboration Spotting Graph Visualization tool - Xavier Eric Ouvrard (CERN)   (Meeting room)
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10:20 Computations on Collaboration Spotting Datasets - Richárd Forster (CERN)   (Meeting room)
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10:40 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 FPGAs as manycore scientific coprocessors in high-level programming environments – Hastlayer - Benedek Farkas (Lombiq Ltd.) Zoltán Lehóczky (Lombiq Ltd.)   (Meeting room)
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11:40 Accelerating parallel computing by closely linkage of CPU and FPGA - Miroslaw Walukiewicz (Intel UK)   (Meeting room)
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PM
12:15 LambdaGen - A GPU code generator powered by recursion schemes - András Leitereg (Eötvös University)   (Meeting room)
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12:40 --- Lunch ---
14:10 In silico studies of the mutant protein causing cystic fibrosis - Tamás Hegedűs (Molecular Biophysics Research Group, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary, Department of Biophysics and Radiation Biology, Semmelweis University, Hungary)   (Meeting room)
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14:35 GPU accelerated investigation of a dual-frequency driven nonlinear oscillator - Ferenc Hegedűs (Department of Hydrodynamic Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest)   (Meeting room)
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15:00 A highly parallelizable Quantum Monte Carlo approach to the nonequilibrium steady state of open quantum systems - Alexandra Nagy (Institute of Physics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland)   (Meeting room)
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15:25 HIJING++ a HIC Monte Carlo for the Future (Parallel) Generations - Dr Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi (Wigner RCP RMI of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)   (Meeting room)
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15:50 --- Coffee Break ---
16:10 Particles from viscous hydrodynamics - with GPUs - Dénes Molnár (Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA)   (Meeting room)
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16:35 Chiral Magnetic Effect with Wigner Functions - Dániel Berényi (Wigner RCP)   (Meeting room)
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17:00 Highly Parallel GPU-based Particle-in-Cell/MCC Plasma Simulation - Zoltán Juhász (Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary)   (Meeting room)
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12:20 Pitfalls of instinct driven asynchronous programming in C# - Szilveszter Harangozó (EPAM Systems Hungary)   (Meeting room)
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12:45 --- Lunch ---
14:15 Computational challenges of gravitational-wave searches - Michał Bejger (Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw)   (Meeting room)
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14:55 Searching for high energy electromagnetic transients with ADWO - Zsolt Bagoly (Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)   (Meeting room)
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15:20 Brain network model dynamical simulations - Vince Varga (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest)   (Meeting room)
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15:45 --- Coffee Break ---
16:05 Cosmological zoom-in simulations with stereographic projection - Gábor Rácz (Department of Physics of Complex Systems, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)   (Meeting room)
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16:30 Light curve modelling of eclipsing binaries - Gábor Marschalkó (Baja Observatory of Szeged University)   (Meeting room)
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16:55 Processing the lightcurves of eclipsing binaries based on GPU - János Sztakovics (Department of Astronomy, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) Tamás Hajdú (Department of Astronomy, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)   (Meeting room)
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