Eurolab4HPC will organize a Week of Open Source HW 11 to 14 June 2019 in Zurich.[Read more]
This event, organized by the Eurolab4HPC project, in cooperation with HiPEAC and TETRAMAX, will address multicore programming issues within an informal and interactive workshop set-up. Registrations are limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Participation is free of charge. Please note that people working at one of the Eurolab4HPC member institutions can ask for a travel cost reimbursement.[Read more]
Eurolab4HPC organises a training course on "How can we go from academic research, to business ideas, and eventually sustainable business models?" on March 7 - 8, 2019, HLRS, Stuttgart, Germany[Read more]
Every two years, HiPEAC provide its “vision” on the directions for High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation domain. But other roadmaps are also published on related topics, such as the Eurolab4HPC Roadmap.[Read more]
Eurolab4HPC could like to invite you to Valencia, for the HiPEAC 19 conference . We will be organizing a tutorial which provides an introduction to the Parallel Ultra Low Power (PULP) platform.[Read more]
Eurolab4HPC, Chalmers University of Technology, Uppsala University and RISE SICS are proud to present the program for Multicore Day 2018. The Multicore Day has been organized by Uppsala University and RISE SICS as an annual event for more than ten years. This year it is organized for the first time in collaboration with the Eurolab4HPC project. The event typically attracts a few hundred people mainly from the IT Industry and also from academia. It is an excellent match-making event for academics and industrial practitioners interested in HPC and multicore technology.[Read more]
This workshop introduces a number of practical tools and methods that are useful when trying to turn a new technology into a scalable business.[Read more]
The Supercomputing conference is the biggest conference in the sector, attended every year by more than 13.000 HPC experts and professionals from all over the world. Paul Carpenter will be attending the conference as part of the roadshow activity. He will talk about Eurolab4HPC and its main activities such as the Eurolab4HPC vision, our next events and our open source initiatives .
You can meet Paul at the Exhibition at the BSC’s booth (nr 2038) and at EXDCI/PRACE Booth nr 2033).
EuroLab4HPC and HiPEAC team up once again to organize a session about the trends and initiatives in the area of open source. With an emphasis on HPC, the 3h session invites a panel of experts to discuss ongoing results and initiatives in research, education and innovation based on open source platforms.[Read more]
HPC Processing efficiency can be greatly improved by the use of heterogeneous accelerators. This session focuses on the accelerated portion of HPC applications and discusses the technological and software issues in crafting and deploying accelerators at scale.[Read more]
Regardless if you are or a computer software or hardware designer, the ultimate goal is to squeeze out all of the performance of computers in an energy efficient manner.
ChalmersX soon launches a basic course on high-performance computer system design (Computer Systems Design for Energy-Efficiency) starting on September 6, 2018.[Read more]
The Eurolab4HPC Project is organising a HPC track in the ACACES 2018 Summer School from 8 to 14 July 2018 in Fiuggi.[Read more]
The event for High Performance computing, networking and storage
ISC High Performance is dedicated to tackling HPC technological development and its application in scientific fields, as well as its adoption in commercial environments. Eurolab4HPC will be featured in the HiPEAC booth. Paul Carpenter and Xavier Salazar will attend.[Read more]
European HPC Summit Week 2018 in Ljubljana will gather main HPC stakeholders in Europe. Similar to previous years also this edition will offer a wide variety of workshops covering a number of application areas where supercomputers are key, as well as HPC technologies and infrastructures.
On Thursday, May 31, there will be a Eurolab4HPC track:
14:30 – 16:30: Eurolab4HPC Session 1: HPC Initiatives and Visions
-Eurolab4HPC, Per Stenstrom (Chalmers)
-The Eurolab4HPC Vision, Paul Carpenter (BSC) and Theo Ungerer (University of Augsburg)
-The European Processor Initiative, Mario Kovac (University of Zagreb)
17:00 – 17:30: Eurolab4HPC Session 2: Business Prototyping
-Bringing heterogeneous HPC architectures to the market for the discovery of new drugs, Horacio Pérez Sánchez, Univeridad Catolica de Murcia
With its kick-off meeting on May 22, 2018 in Gothenburg, Sweden, Eurolab4HPC has been officially launched! Eurolab4HPC is coordinated by Chalmers University of Technology and involves thirteen prominent research organizations across nine countries with some of the best research teams in HPC in Europe. Eurolab4HPC has taken up a bold ambition and responsibility in Europe’s quest to become a leader in HPC systems.[Read more]
[ACM Europe Joint Conference] Just after the official end date of the project, Eurolab4HPC will organise a half day workshop with HiPEAC and EXCDI summarizing the main achievements of the projects to an international audience.[Read more]
[EXCDI European HPC Summit Week 2017] Once again we collocated with EXCDI event. This time we had a larger scale event combining long term and strategic views of HPC with technical talks on current work. We were extremely fortunate for ARM’s VP of HPC research, Eric Van Hensbergen to give his perspective on the Exascale future. His view that Europe’s programme of low power processor design feeding into Exascale systems had fundamental flaws provided the basis for a lively debate.[Read more]
[HiPEAC CSW Zagreb] There is an ever growing need for increased performance in IoT, embedded computing, but also for mid-level and high-performance computing. Because of the foreseeable end of CMOS scaling, new technologies are under development, as e.g. die stacking and 3D chip technologies, Non-volatile Memory (NVM) technologies, Photonics, Resistive or Memristive Computing, Neuromorphic Computing, Quantum Computing, Nanotubes, Graphene, and Diamond Transistors. The technologies will strongly impact the hardware and software of future HPC systems, in particular the processor logic itself, the (deeper) memory hierarchy, and new heterogeneous accelerators. As disruptive technologies offer many chances they entail also major changes from applications and software systems through to new hardware architectures.
The session started with an overview talk given by Theo Ungerer and Paul Carpenter about the on-going roadmapping efforts within Eurolab4HPC and was followed by an engaging audience discussion.[Read more]
[HiPEAC 2017 Conference] This workshop, organized by TETRACOM, a CSA funded through the 7th Framework Programme under grant agreement no. 609491, aimed at discussing means and ways to improve both the industry transfer as well as stimulating people to transfer their knowledge in business ideas and startups.[Read more]
[HiPEAC 2017 Conference] Exascale computing remains a grand challenge. While traditional computer systems continue to make great advances, it is argued that a paradigm shift in high performance computing is required to reach exascale. The objective of NovExS was to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to discuss novel ways of achieving exascale.
The scope of the workshop was both hardware and software aspects of exascale systems with a focus on novel ways of building systems. Contributions with radically new ideas with high potential but with less rigorous experimentation were welcome.[Read more]
[HiPEAC 2017 Conference] To handle the performance requirements of future exascale-class applications, High Performance Computing (HPC) systems need ultra-efficient heterogeneous compute nodes. Within this context, the main focus of NEXT 2017 was on the definition and the efficient deployment of modern technology for heterogeneous computing at scale.[Read more]
[HiPEAC 2017 Conference] The objective of this workshop was to bring together experts in disruptive technologies and experts in high-performance computing to discuss opportunities and challenges regarding deployment of disruptive technologies for high- performance computing to drive developments beyond Exascale computing. The workshop featured invited presentations from experts and ended with a panel on future directions of high-performance computing. This workshop supports the roadmapping activities of WP2 on research.[Read more]
This event was firmly in the HPC community. It was co-organised with EXCDI and part of the larger HPC Summit which included PRACE presentations and FETHPC programme planning. We deliberately chose a provocative title to stimulate participation and discussion:
Why is European HPC running on US hardware? – Eurolab4HPC: connecting HPC and Systems[Read more]
[HiPEAC CSW Porto] This event was on a larger scale than the two previous events and was aimed at greater engagement. It consisted of two half-day sessions. The first focused on activities across Eurolab4HPC while the second session was concerned with open source collaboration and curriculum development. The event involved working with the two work packages on education and research.
Based on our experience from the kickoff event, we invited two speakers from the HPC community chosen so as to challenge systems researchers to address problems specific to HPC. Mark Parsons EPCC talked about the systems challenges in Exascale computing while Marcin Ostasz, ETP4HPC described the larger European HPC ecosystem.[Read more]
[HiPEAC 2016 Conference] Eurolab4HPC arranged for two talks from ETP4HPC to be given at two related Workshops during the HiPEAC 2016 Conference, Prague, 18-20 January 2016. The talks were given by Jean-François Lavignon, Chairman of ETP4HPC.[Read more]
[HiPEAC CSW Milano] This tutorial introduced the Business Prototyping framework that will be used in Eurolab4HPC. The Business Prototyping framework draws on modern entrepreneurship theories that seek to adapt the Scientific Method to the process of creating new technology based business. During this process, entrepreneurs should clarify the assumptions that underpin the new business idea and then efficiently testing these, in order of priority, to see if the assumptions are correct or need to be revised. As a general rule, the more innovative a technology/business idea is, the more likely it is that the initial assumptions are incorrect.[Read more]
[HiPEAC CSW Milano] This workshop focused on the project’s activities to foster excellence in European academic HPC system research.
First, the Eurolab4HPC research roadmap was introduced and the audience was asked to participate. The roadmap was presented as a coordinated vision towards long-term HPC research excellence, which will bring together industrial and academic experts in HPC and adjacent domains. Workshop participants were asked to contribute with their visions to the roadmap activities.
Second, the first Eurolab4HPC call for cross-site proposals was announced, an open call to identify the most valuable European common research platforms.[Read more]
The first event consisted of a general introduction to the CSA, a business prototyping tutorial and a workshop on road mapping and fostering excellence in HPC systems research. It therefore primarily interacted with the workpackages on research and business prototyping and focused on opening up participation more widely.
Apart from presentations by members of the consortium there were several external speakers. The business prototyping tutorial was delivered by an external expert Henrik Berglund, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. AS HiPEAC and EXCDI are the two organisations we need to work with, they were both invited to give presentations. Marc Duranton CEA presented the HiPEAC vision while Francois Bodin, Univ. of Rennes, presented the EXCDI roadmap.[Read more]