2012 Symposium on Application Accelerators in High-Performance Computing (SAAHPC12)
What do GPUs, FPGAs, vector processors and other exotic special-purpose chips have in common? They are advanced processor architectures that the scientific community is using to accelerate computationally demanding applications. While high-performance computing systems that use application accelerators are still rare, they will be the norm rather than the exception in the near future. The Symposium on Application Accelerators in High-Performance Computing brings together developers of computing accelerators and end-users of the technology to exchange ideas and learn about the latest developments in the field.
The symposium focuses on the use of application accelerators in high-performance and scientific computing and issues that surround it. Topics of interest include:
- Novel accelerator processors, systems, and architectures
- Integration of accelerators with high-performance computing systems
- Programming models for accelerator-based computing
- Languages and compilers for accelerator-based computing
- Run-time environments, profiling and debugging tools for accelerator-based computing
- Scientific and engineering applications that use application accelerators
Registration deadline for U.S. citizens and badged employees is Tuesday, June 26.
For more information visit the SAAHPC website.