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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...

Category: Allgemein, HPC

The Euro-Par conference is a well-established venue for presenting and discussing research on parallel computing in Europe. In association with the Euro-Par 2020 conference, which takes place from August 24-28 in Warsaw, Poland, the workshop "PMACS - Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Cluster Sy...

Category: Allgemein, HPC, Teaching

The HPC Campustreffen for Winter 2019/2020 will take place on Thursday, January 16th starting 15 o’clock (c.t.) in the seminar room 2.049 on the 2nd floor  of RRZE, Martensstr. 1, 91058 Erlangen . The HPC Campustreffen is the assembly of all users of FAU's HPC facilities at RRZE. The agenda wi...

Category: HPC, Teaching

Our popular PRACE course on "Node-Level Performance Engineering" will take place on December 3-4, 2019 at LRZ Garching. This course covers performance engineering approaches on the compute node level. Even application developers who are fluent in OpenMP and MPI often lack a good grasp of how much...

Category: HPC, Tools

Our paper "Automatic Throughput and Critical Path Analysis of x86 and ARM Assembly Kernels" has just won the "Best Late-Breaking Paper Award" at the 10th Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking and Simulation of High Performance Computer Systems (PMBS19), a renowned workshop co-located with t...