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Category: HPC

Competitive Arm-based processor designs have been entering the HPC scene in recent years. With the Fujitsu A64FX, one of these has finally made it to the top of the Top500 list. Although it is a traditional cache-based multicore processor, its peak performance and memory bandwidth rival accelerator ...

Category: Allgemein, HPC

The Horizon2020 Center-of-Execellence projects EoCoE-II (of which HPC@RRZE is a member) and Exa2Pro are organizing a joint remote workshop that will showcase their respective breakthrough work in the field of computer science from February 22 to February 24, 2021. Overview of the agenda: Day 1...

Category: HPC

We are happy to announce that our paper "Performance Modeling of Streaming Kernels and Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication on A64FX" has been awarded the "Best Short Paper Award" at PMBS20, the "11th International Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking, and Simulation of High Performance Com...

Category: HPC, Teaching

We are proud to announce the HPC@RRZE Youtube channel. Lecture and tutorial videos, promotional clips, talks, and more will be published at: http://tiny.cc/YT-RRZE-HPC. We've set up some playlists to help you navigate the vast amount of content :-) LIKWID performance tools videos Parallel Pr...

Category: HPC, Teaching

Our most popular tutorial was accepted again for the SC20 conference in Atlanta! SC is a 100% virtual event this year. The tutorial will be airing on November 9 and 10 as a number of pre-recorded presentations and live Q&A sessions. There’s still time to register: https://show.jspargo.com/sc20/ ...

Category: HPC

Finally, our work on the Recursive Algebraic Coloring Engine (RACE) is officially published in the ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing: C. L. Alappat, G. Hager, O. Schenk, J. Thies, A. Basermann, A. R. Bishop, H. Fehske, and G. Wellein: A Recursive Algebraic Coloring Technique for Hardware-Eff...

Category: HPC

ISC 2020, conducted as a digital event, was a particular success for our group. Two papers were accepted for the conference: C. L. Alappat, J. Hofmann, G. Hager, H. Fehske, A. R. Bishop, and G. Wellein: Understanding HPC Benchmark Performance on Intel Broadwell and Cascade Lake Processors. DOI ...

Category: HPC, Tools

MachineState is a python3 module and CLI application for documenting and comparing settings known to affect application performance: e.g., CPU/Uncore frequencies, hardware prefetchers, memory capacity, but also OS and software settings like NUMA balancing, writeback workqueues, scheduling, or the ve...