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The Path Forward on Programming Models, is there one?
SESSION: The Path Forward on Programming Models, is there one?
EVENT TYPE: Panel
TIME: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
SESSION CHAIR: Ricky Kendall
Panelists:Ricky Kendall, Rusty Lusk, John Levesque, Barbara Chapman, Michael Wolfe, Robert Harrison
ABSTRACT: We are at an architectural sea change in high performance computing. The Road Runner system over 2 years ago became the fastest computer in the world, the first hybrid system at the top of the TOP 500 list. The current leader is also a hybrid system, the Chinese Tianhe-1A system at the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin at 2.57 Petaflops. The community as a whole will have to learn how to program and adapt science applications to these hybrid systems. This will need to be done in such a way that the overall modifications outlive these current machines and are easily adaptable to future architectures including the Exascale and beyond. What is the right programming model to use in our applications to not only enable this transformation in architecture but to facilitate portable performance? This panel will demonstrate options and opinions and open a dialog on this very important issue.
Ricky Kendall (Chair) - ORNL (testing pc member)
Ricky Kendall (Moderator) - Oak Ridge National Laboratory