The 17th Workshop
on Sustained Simulation
Performance

- Toward Future HPC Technologies -

The purpose of this workshop is to report Japan’s research activities for post petasclae high-end computing, and also to discuss emerging applications and technologies in the next decade. In 2012, Japan started a two-year program to investigate feasibility on development of post K computer. Four research teams have been involved in this program. Three teams, headed by Tohoku U., U. of Tsukuba, and U. of Tokyo, have been working with NEC, Hitachi, and Fujitsu to study on three types of next supercomputers. A team headed by AICS is responsible for studying scientific and social issues to be solved by 2020 and making a science road map until 2020.

The workshop consists of talks from 4 teams and invited talks that covers topics from innovative devices to system architectures, and to science and engineering applications in the post-petascale era.

Date
March 12-13, 2013
Place
Seminar Room in NEC Headquarter Building (MAP)
7-1, Shiba 5-chome Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8001
Sponsors
  • Cyberscience Center, Tohoku University, Japan
  • High Performance Computer Center, University of Stuttgart
  • NEC Corporation
Co-sponsors
  • High Performance Computing Infrastructure Consortium, Japan
  • Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan
Registration
Go to the registration page, please click here.
Deadline March 8, 2013

Registration Form
Contact
wssp-tohoku[at]sc.isc.tohoku.ac.jp

Program

Workshop Day 1 (Tuesday, March 12, 2013)

9:30-17:30 Registration
9:45-10:05 Opening Session
9:45-9:50 Opening Remarks
Hiroaki Kobayashi (Tohoku University)
9:50-10:05 Greetings
Japan's Policy on High Performance Computing  
Takahiro Hayashi (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)
10:05-12:05 Session 1
Keynote Talks
10:05-10:45 Keynote Talk 1
HPC Requirements in an Engineering Environment
Michael Resch (HLRS, University of Stuttgart)
10:45-11:25 Keynote Talk 2
Damage due to the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami, and Utilization of Computers for Mitigation
Fumihiko Imamura (Tohoku University)
11:25-12:05 Keynote Talk 3
Prospects of TSV-based 3D DRAM Production and Next-generation Memory Development
Jeong-Hwan Kwon (SKHynix)
12:05-13:25 Lunch
13:25-15:25 Session 2
Japanese Projects Towards Future HPC Systems
13:25-14:05 HPCI towards Exascale Era
Kengo Nakajima (University of Tokyo)
14:05-14:45 Issues of Exascale Accelerated Computing
Mitsuhisa Sato (University of Tsukuba)
14:45-15:25 Contribution from High Performance Computing to Social and Scientific Subjects
Hirofumi Tomita (RIKEN)
15:25-15:55 Coffee Break
15:55-17:40 Session 3
Future HPC System for Memory-Intensive Applications
15:55-16:25 Feasibility Study of Future HPC Systems for Memory-Intensive Applications in the Post Peta-Scale Computing Era
Hiroaki Kobayashi (Tohoku University)
16:25-16:50 High Speed Si Interposer and 3D Memory
Mitsumasa Koyanagi (Tohoku University)
16:50-17:15 The Application of Real Time Data to Advanced Simulation Researches
Yoshiyuki Kaneda (JAMSTEC)
17:15-17:40 NEC Approach in High Performance Computing
Yukiko Hashimoto (NEC)
18:00-20:00 Banquet

Workshop Day 2(Wednesday , March 13, 2013)

9:00-16:00 Registration
9:40-10:50 Session 4
Computational Fluid Dynamics I
9:40-10:20 Keynote Talk 4
Tendencies and strategies for compute and memory intense applications
Sabine Roller (University of Siegen)
10:20-10:50 Numerical Turbine System (NTS) and the Parallel Computation
Satoru Yamamoto (Tohoku University)
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10-12:10 Session 5
System and Large-scale Numerics
11:10-11:40 Speeding Up Computing at Limited Scale
Uwe Kuester (HLRS, University of Stuttgart)
11:40-12:10 Large Scale Numerics uncovering New States of Matter
Alejandro Muramatsu (University of Stuttgart)
12:10-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:50 Session 6
Oceanic Disaster Prevention
13:30-14:00 Development of High Refining Tsunami Inundation Simulation
Taro Arikawa (Port and Airport Research Institute)
14:00-14:30 Earthquake Forecasting System based on Sequential Data Assimilation of the Slip on the Plate Boundary
Takane Hori (JAMSTEC)
14:30-14:50 Advanced Submarine Networks for Telecommunications and Disaster Management
Motoyoshi Tokioka (NEC)
14:50-15:10 Coffee Break
15:10-16:40 Session 7
Computational Fluid Dynamics II
15:10-15:40 Parallel Performance Aspects of Different CFD Applications on Cartesian Meshes
Matthias Meinke (RWTH)
15:40-16:10 Supercomputing in Medical Physics Research
Joerg Bernsdolf (GRS)
16:10-16:40 Towards High Order Simulations on Massively Parallel Systems
Jens Zudrop (University of Siegen)
16:40-17:40 Session 8
Climate Modeling
16:40-17:10 Toward High Performance Computing for the Earth Hydrological Dynamics
Keiko Takahashi (JAMSTEC)
17:10-17:40 Observation Data Syntheses for Climate Study using Data Assimilation System
Yoichi Ishikawa (JAMSTEC)
17:40-17:45 Closing Remarks