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Intel at SC21

SYCL and DPC++

This is not an introduction to DPC++/SYCL (read our book!) – it is a deeper look at the real in/outs involved in embracing SYCL for heterogenous computing, with key tips on how to dig in, be successful, and learn more. This is a must-not-miss look at DPC++ and SYCL for anyone considering it – techn...

Speaker: James Reinders, Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Converging AI, HPC, and Big Data Workflows

AI technologies are playing an increasingly important role in traditional HPC modeling and simulation applications. Equally, AI applications are getting large enough they require HPC technologies. This talk will describe our vision for the future and the technologies that we are jointly developing...

Speakers: Dr. Robert W. Wisniewski, Chief Architect HPC, Aurora Technical Lead and PI, Intel Corporation Venkatram Vishwanath, Data Sciences Team Lead at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), Argonne National Laboratory

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A Compact, Scalable, Efficient Data Collection Solution for Edge/IoT to Cloud​

The ever increasing use of high-output scientific instruments urgently demands a cost-effective, simple, scalable, and efficient data collection solution. This is especially true in the health care and life science (HCLS) industry. This talk presents a solution that combines the latest innovations...

Speakers: Chin Fang, PhD, Founder & CEO, Zettar Inc. Andrey Kudryavtsev, DAOS Product Management, Intel Corporation

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DAOS Unleashes the Power in HPC Applications: QCT DevCloud Experience Sharing

In this session, Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT) introduces its experience of utilizing Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS) system in QCT DevCloud. In addition, QCT compares the performance of DAOS and Lustre® filesystem on the 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor based platform,...

Speaker: Grover Hwang, Technical Manager and Solution Architect, Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT)

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Configuring and Tuning a High Performance Networking Fabric for Best Performance​

This session will provide a deeper dive into HPN configuration and performance, including sample cluster configurations, tools and capabilities to simplify deployment and tuning and typical tuning guidelines.

Speakers: Todd Rimmer, Director of Software Architecture and Senior Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation James Erwin, Software Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Dynamic Power Management Techniques for Modern Heterogeneous HPC Systems

The widespread adoption of Heterogeneous Architectures in the context of High Performance Computing (HPC) brings many challenges and opportunities for power delivery and management. In this talk, we explore recent innovations co-designed across the Hardware and Software layers developed to help cha...

Speaker: Federico Ardanaz, Power Architect and Principal Engineer, GEOPM, Intel Corporation

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Workflow and Profiling for Heterogenous Compute

Acceleration of Performance using direct programming of GPUs. In this session, we will use Intel OneAPI profiling tools, Intel® VTune™ Profiler and Intel® Advisor, to identify performance bottlenecks and develop strategies to optimize applications at Argonne.

Speakers: JaeHyuk Kwack, ALCF Performance Engingeering Group, Argonne National Laboratory Kevin O’Leary, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation Michael D’Mello, Intel Application Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Streamline FPGA Development with oneAPI Shared Libraries

This session demonstrates how FPGA development and integration with host software applications can be simplified by building bitstreams as shared libraries. In this case, this involves a C-standard library that aligns with the C programing language specification. The application features a C++ and ...

Speaker: Michael Spinali, Field Applications Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Enabling High-Bandwidth Memory in Future Intel Processors

Next Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Code Named Sapphire Rapids Plus HBM is a revolutionary product for bandwidth-sensitive applications. It offers 64GB of high-bandwidth memory configurable in three modes: HBM-only, Flat, and Cache. HBM-only mode is for systems without DDR. Flat mode exposes H...

Speaker: Ruchira Sasanka, Senior HPC Application Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Accelerating Derivative Pricing Using AI on Intel Architecture

Accurate and real-time pricing for a portfolio of derivatives can be generated locally or in the cloud using AI technology running on 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. This session focuses on successful use of Artificial Neural Network models (ANNs) by Quantifi on Intel Xeon Scalable...

Speaker: Sebastian Hahn, AI/ML Lead, Quantifi

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Optimizing Fluent for Intel Instruction Set Architecture

Ansys Fluent (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is one of the most widely used CAE applications in the industry. In this presentation we will cover optimizing Fluent for Intel architecture employing Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library (oneMKL) Sparse BLAS kernels. Intel® oneMKL provides substitutions for...

Speakers: Maria Zhukova, Software Application Engineer, Intel Corporation Robert Larson, Software Application Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Cryo-EM Optimized for Intel Architecture (AVX-512 and Cluster Scalability)

The 2017 Nobel prize in Chemistry was awarded to scientists pioneering Cryogenic Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM) techniques for hi-res structure determination of biomolecules. Pharma companies have gone big in leveraging Cryo-EM for drug discovery. RELION is a top open-source application in this doma...

Speaker: Charles Congdon, Software Enabling and Optimization Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Adding SYCL Support to GROMACS Molecular Dynamics Package​

GROMACS is an open-source, high-performance molecular-dynamics package, already leveraging SIMD CPU, multiprocessing, and GPU acceleration via CUDA and OpenCL. A year ago, we began porting GROMACS to SYCL to achieve better performance portability and improve code maintainability. In this talk, we d...

Speaker: Andrey Alekseenko, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

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RONIN: Enabling Intuitive Self-Service of Highly Optimized Intel Technologies and Tools for Research

Researchers need more computing power to answer their most pressing questions, but they are often limited by their on-premise computing resources and the steep learning curve of cloud computing. RONIN is an orchestration engine built on AWS that enables researchers to harness the power of the lates...

Speakers: Tara Madhyastha, PhD, Principal Research Scientist at RONIN Parice Brandies, PhD, Principal Bioinformatician at RONIN

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