ACM Student Research Competition Poster Archive SC18 Proceedings

ACM Student Research Competition Posters

  1. Accelerating 2D FFT: Exploit GPU Tensor Cores through Mixed-Precision. Xiaohe Cheng (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

  2. Accelerating Big Data Processing in the Cloud with Scalable Communication and I/O Schemes. Shashank Gugnani (Ohio State University)

  3. Accelerating DNA Long Read Mapping with Emerging Technologies. Roman Kaplan (Israel Institute of Technology)

  4. Accelerating Microscope Data Analysis Using Parallel Computing. John Ravi (North Carolina State University)

  5. Dendro-GR: Massively Parallel Simulations of Binary Black Hole Intermediate-Mass-Ratio Inspirals. Milinda Fernando (University of Utah)

  6. Designing Shared Address Space MPI Libraries in Many-Core Era. Jahanzeb Maqbool Hashmi (Ohio State University)

  7. Eulerian Algorithms for the Discretization of Plasma Kinetic Equations. James L. Juno (University of Maryland)

  8. Geomancy: Automated Data Placement Optimization. Oceane Bel (University of California, Santa Cruz)

  9. Hardware Transactional Persistent Memory. Ellis Giles (Rice University)

  10. Holistic Root Cause Analysis of Node Failures in Production HPC. Anwesha Das (North Carolina State University)

  11. Identifying Network Data Transfer Bottlenecks in HPC Systems. Karen Tu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; University of California, Berkeley)

  12. Measuring Swampiness: Quantifying Chaos in Large Heterogeneous Data Repositories. Luann C. Jung (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Chicago)

  13. Mitigating Performance and Progress Variability in Iterative Asynchronous Algorithms. Justs Zarins (University of Edinburgh)

  14. Modeling Single-Source Shortest Path Algorithm Dynamics to Control Performance and Power Tradeoffs. Sara Karamati (Georgia Institute of Technology)

  15. Monitoring Parsl Workflows. Connor Pigg (University of Illinois)

  16. NautDB: Toward a Hybrid Runtime for Processing Compiled Queries. Samuel Grayson (University of Texas, Dallas)

  17. Numerical Simulation of a Flue Instrument with Finite-Difference Lattice Boltzmann Method using GPGPU. Ryoya Tabata (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  18. OoO Instruction Benchmarking Framework on the Back of Dragons. Julian Hammer (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, RRZE)

  19. PotC: Many-Body Potential Implementations à La Carte. Markus Höhnerbach (RWTH Aachen University)

  20. Precomputing Outputs of Hidden Layers to Speed Up Deep Neural Network Training. Sohil Lal Shrestha (University of Texas, Arlington)

  21. Recursive Algebraic Coloring Engine. Christie Louis Alappat (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)

  22. SimFS: A Simulation Data Virtualizing File System Interface. Salvatore Di Girolamo (ETH Zurich)

  23. Studying the Impact of Power Capping on MapReduce-Based, Data-Intensive Mini-Applications on Intel KNL and KNM Architectures. Joshua H. Davis (University of Delaware)

  24. Supercomputing for the Multi-Driver Routing. Zeyang Ye (Stony Brook University)

  25. Using Integrated Processor Graphics to Accelerate Concurrent Data and Index Structures. Joel Fuentes (University of California, Irvine)

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