The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC22)
Nov 13–18, 2022 • Dallas, Texas.
BoF Session 127. Schedule: November 16th, Wednesday 5:15pm-6:45pm
Traditional interest in increasing parallelism for individual jobs in HPC systems is being conditioned by the variety and dynamicity of resource demands of jobs at runtime. Malleability techniques can help to adapt resource usage dynamically to achieve maximum efficiency. Malleable HPC systems, however, face a series of fundamental research challenges, such as resource management, scheduling, malleability control, applications co-design, and data movement. All aforementioned issues will be addressed in the proposed Birds of a Feather session, which aims at building a community of developers and users around the topic of malleability in High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage.
- Prof Jesus Carretero. Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, Spain
- Prof Martin Schreiber. Université Grenoble Alpes, France
- Prof Martin Schulz. Technical University Munich, Germany
- Prof. Estela Suarez. Forschungszentrum Juelich & University of Bonn, Germany
- Prof. Michela Taufer. University of Tennessee Knoxville.
- Dr. Michele Weiland. EPCC – The University of Edinburgh, UK
EuroHPC projects cooperation: ADMIRE, DEEP-SEA, TIME-X.