[HPDC-announce] Call for Participation: DIDC 2014 on Tuesday, June 24th at HPDC 2014

Mehmet Balman mbalman at lbl.gov
Tue Jun 17 13:34:35 CDT 2014


Dear HPDC community,

We would like to bring your attention to DIDC 2014, the 6th workshop
on Data-intensive Distributed Computing. DIDC 2014 will be held on
Tuesday, June 24th. We have two keynote talks and 7 paper
presentations (3 regular, 4 hot topics papers). Workshop program is
available at http://www.fatih.edu.tr/~esma.yildirim/DIDC2014-workshop/home.html

Invited Talks:

"Big Data Challenges in Simulation-based Science", Manish Parashar,
Rutgers University, USA

"A Look into the Future by Learning from the Past", Roger Barga, Microsoft, USA

Session I:

- Self Managing Monitoring for Highly Elastic Large Scale Cloud
Deployments (Jonathan Stuart Ward, University of St. Andrews, UK; Adam
Barker, University of St.Andrews, UK )

- Reconfigurable Network Testbed for Evaluation of Datacenter
Topologies (William Moody, Clemson University, USA; Jason Anderson,
Clemson University, USA; Kuang-Ching Wang, Clemson University, USA;
Amy Apon, Clemson University, USA)

- Chisel++: Handling Partitioning Skew in MapReduce Framework Using
Efficient Range Partitioning Technique (Prateek Dhawalia, IIT, India;
Sriram Kailasam, IIT, India; Dharanipragada Janakiram, IIT, India )

Session II: Hot topics:

-  A Paradigm Shift in GP-GPU Computing: Task Based Execution of
Applications with Dynamic Data Dependencies (Mehmet Belviranlı,
University of California Riverside, USA; Chih Chou, University of
California Riverside, USA; Laxmi Bhuyan, University of California
Riverside, USA; Rajiv Gupta , University of California Riverside, USA)

- A Performance and Energy Analysis of I/O Management Approaches for
Exascale Systems ( Orcun Yildiz, Inria, France; Matthieu Dorier,
Inria, France; Shadi Ibrahim, Inria, France; Gabriel Antoniu, Inria,
France)

- Computational Challenges in the Analysis of Large, Sparse,
Spatiotemporal Data ( Ian Kelley, University of Washington, USA;
Joshua Blumenstock, University of Washington, USA)

- FAST: Flexible Automated Synchronization Transfer ( Rosa Filgueira ,
University of Edinburgh, UK; Malcolm Atkinson, University of
Edinburgh, UK)


DIDC 2014 SCHEDULE  / Tuesday - June 24, 2014 – Vancouver, Canada

9:00 am : Opening Remarks

9:10 am : Keynote Address I:
                  "Big Data Challenges in Simulation-based Science",
Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA

SESSION - I

10:00 am : Self Managing Monitoring for Highly Elastic Large Scale
Cloud Deployments

10:30 am : Coffee Break

10:45 am : Reconfigurable Network Testbed for Evaluation of Datacenter
Topologies

11:15 pm : Chisel++: Handling Partitioning Skew in MapReduce Framework
Using Efficient Range Partitioning Technique

12:15 pm : LUNCH BREAK

1:30 am :  Keynote Address II:
                  "A Look into the Future by Learning from the Past",
Roger Barga, Microsoft, USA

SESSION - II : Hot Topics

2:30 pm : A Paradigm Shift in GP-GPU Computing: Task Based Execution
of Applications with Dynamic Data Dependencies

3:00 pm : Coffee Break

3:15 pm : A Performance and Energy Analysis of I/O Management
Approaches for Exascale Systems

3:45 pm : Computational Challenges in the Analysis of Large, Sparse,
Spatiotemporal Data

4:15 pm : FAST: Flexible Automated Synchronization Transfer

4:45 pm : Closing Remarks


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