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RSSI Agenda

Tuesday, July 17
8:00 am Registration/breakfast

NCSA Lobby

9:00 am Vendors session
Nallatech Application Accelerator Workshop, 1040 NCSA
SGI/Mitrionics Workshop, 1122 NCSA
SRC Users Meeting, 1104 NCSA
10:30 am Break
11:00 am Vendors session
Nallatech Application Accelerator Workshop, 1040 NCSA
SGI/Mitrionics Workshop, 1122 NCSA
SRC Users Meeting, 1104 NCSA
12:30 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Vendors session
Nallatech Application Accelerator Workshop, 1040 NCSA
SGI/Mitrionics Workshop, 1122 NCSA
SRC Users Meeting, 1104 NCSA
3:30 pm Break
4:00 pm Vendors session
Nallatech Application Accelerator Workshop, 1040 NCSA
SGI/Mitrionics Workshop, 1122 NCSA
SRC Users Meeting, 1104 NCSA
5:30 pm End of day
Wednesday, July 18
8:00 am Registration/breakfast

NCSA Lobby

9:00 am RSSI Opening
Chair: Rob Pennington, NCSA
Rob Pennington, NCSA Deputy Director
Melanie Loots, Associate Vice Chancellor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thom Dunning, NCSA Director

Keynote Address: Reconfigurable Computing: From Satellites to Supercomputers    Quicktime video (~589 MB)
Prof. Alan George, Director of NSF Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (CHREC)

NCSA Auditorium

10:30 am Break
11:00 am Technology
Chair: Volodymyr Kindratenko, NCSA

FPGA HPC—The road beyond processors
Jeff Mason, Xilinx

Exhibitor presentations (5 minutes each):
12:00 pm Lunch and Exhibits
1:30 pm Technology
Chair: Eric Stahlberg, Ohio Supercomputer Center

Double Precision Floating Point on FPGAs
Martin Langhammer, Altera

Heterogeneous Processing Systems
David Mayhew, AMD

Accelerators in Cray's Adaptive Supercomputing
Dave Strenski, Cray
3:00 pm Break and Exhibits
3:30 pm Applications
Chair: Craig Steffen, NCSA

Maxwell: A 64 FPGA Supercomputer
Rob Baxter, University of Edinburgh

Hardware acceleration of a Quantum Monte Carlo application
Akila Gothandaraman, University of Tennessee

High Performance FPGA based BLAS accelerator
Lotfi Guedria, CETIC

Dynamic load-balancing on multi-FPGA systems: a case study
Volodymyr Kindratenko, NCSA
5:00 pm Break and Exhibits
5:30 pm Reception, Exhibits, and Poster Session
Two Electron Integrals calculation accelerated with Double Precision exp() Hardware Module
Maciej Wielgosz, Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza

Angular Power Spectrum Estimation using High Performance Reconfigurable Computing
Brett Hayes, University of Illinois

Accelerating Genome Sequencing 100X with FPGAs
Olaf Storaasli, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

SRC-6 Implementation of Contrast Agent Flow and Diffusion Model for Macromolecules in Tumors
David Meixner, NCSA

An Attempt at Face Detection on an SRC-6
David Meixner, NCSA

Hardware Accelerated Scalable Parallel Random Number Generators
JunKyu Lee, University of Tennessee

"Hardware Acceleration of the 3D Discrete Element Method"
Depeng Yang, University of Tennessee

Radio Astronomy Signal Processing for Pulsar Science using High Performance Reconfigurable Computers
Peter McMahon, University of Cape Town

Performance Analysis of SGI RASC RC100 Blade on 1D DWT
Abhishek Mitra, University of California Riverside

"Exploring Reconfigurable Technologies for the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration"
Craig Steffen, NCSA

Visions for Application Development on Hybrid Computing Systems
Joseph Lancaster and Roger Chamberlain, Washington University in St. Louis

Automated Constraint-based Hardware Architecture Generation for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Matthew Areno, Utah State University

NCSA Lobby

7:30 pm End of Day
Thursday, July 19
8:00 am Breakfast

NCSA Lobby

8:30 am Technology
Chair: Craig Steffen, NCSA

Why FPGAs will win the Accelerator Battle: Building Computers that Minimize Data Movement
Allan Cantle, Nallatech

Intel® QuickAssist Technology Enabled FSB-FPGA Application Accelerators
Avinash Palaniswamy, Intel

SRC 2007 and Beyond
Jon Huppenthal, SRC Computers
10:00 am Break and Exhibits
10:30 am Libraries
Chair: David Raila, NCSA

OpenFPGA CoreLib Core Library Interoperability Effort
Mike Wirthlin, Brigham Young University

Molecular Simulations with Hardware Accelerators: A Portable Interface Definition for FPGA Supported Acceleration
Eric Stahlberg, Ohio Supercomputer Center

Portable Library Development for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
Esam El-Araby, The George Washington University

An Elementary Transcendental Function Core Library for Reconfigurable Computing
Robin Bruce, Institute for System-Level Integration
12:00 pm Lunch and Exhibits
1:30 pm Applications
Chair: Volodymyr Kindratenko, NCSA

NCBI BLAST accelerated on the Mitrion Virtual Processor
Stefan Möhl, Mitrionics

FPGA acceleration for production use
Matthias Fouquet-Lapar, SGI

Mercury BLASTN: Faster DNA Sequence Comparison Using a Streaming Hardware Architecture
Jeremy Buhler, Washington University in St. Louis
3:00 pm Break and Exhibits
3:30 pm OpenFPGA Working Groups
Chair: Eric Stahlberg
6:00 pm End of Day
Friday, July 20
8:00 am Breakfast

NCSA Lobby

8:30 am Performance Analysis
Chair: David Raila, NCSA

Challenges for Performance Analysis in High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing
Seth Koehler, University of Florida

Application and Hardware Analysis To Predict Performance
Craig Steffen, NCSA

Performance evaluation of FPGA-based Cellular Automata accelerators
Syed Murtaza, University of Amsterdam
10:00 am Break
10:30 am Applications
Chair: Craig Steffen, NCSA

"High Performance Molecular Dynamics Simulations with FPGA Coprocessors"
Martin Herbordt, Boston University

Compiled Code Acceleration of NAMD on FPGAs
Jason Villarreal, University of California, Riverside

Mapping Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication on FPGAs
Junqing Sun, University of Tennessee

Exploring Accelerating Science Applications with FPGAs
Olaf Storaasli, Oak Ridge National Lab
12:30 pm End of Day

 


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