The MPC team is participating to the SC20 online events, both as member of the Architecture and Network committee and authors/co-authors of two papers in SC workshops. Do not miss the paper « PARCOACH Extension for Static MPI Nonblocking and Persistent Communication Validation » in the CORRECTNESS workshop, Wednesday 11th November, 5:15PM EDT. Enjoy the paper « Application-Driven…
The MPC team will participate in the September 2020 Virtual MPI Forum Meeting, which replaces the September 2020 MPI-Forum face-to-face meeting due to the COVID-19!
The MPC team will be at the online edition of IWOMP 2020 and will present a paper titled « Preliminary Experience with OpenMP Management Implementation Memory » on Thursday 24th September 2020, 12 PM.
The MPC team will participate to the online edition of the EuroMPI 2020 conference.The team will present a paper titles « Implementation and performance evaluation of MPI persistent collectives in MPC : a case study » on Tuesday 22th September, 12PM EST.
The MPC team participated in the virtual MPI Forum Meeting, which took place instead of the June 2020 MPI-Forum face-to-face meeting due to the COVID-19!
MPC v3.4.0 is now available! Here are the new additions: Active Message Integration of custom Active Messages relying on gRPC approach MPI: Optimizations and corrections of nonblocking collectives Bugfix on virtual topologies (MPI_Cart_*) OpenMP: Improved OMPT support Bugfix on tasks with dependencies Network/communication layers Support of MPI Hardware-enabled operations through Portals4 driver Privatization / compilers…
The MPC team will be in Portland, OR, for the February 2020 MPI-Forum face-to-face meeting!
MPC is at Seattle, Washington, USA, for the SIAM PP 2020 conference. Please, come join us at MiniSymposium MS8, entitled Co-Design of Networking for Scientific HPC Applications , on Wednesday Afternoon 1PM in room 604, for the presentation « Network Bottleneck Handling in Multi-Threaded MPI Context«
Today, a training on MPC specific features for efficient MPI+X programming takes place at the Ter@tec Building, in Bruyères-le-Châtel, France.
CEA and MPC team, in collaboration with other French, EU and US institutions, proposed a new workshop focusing on compiler techniques for parallelism in HPC. This workshop called Compiler-assisted Correctness Checking and Performance Optimisation for HPC, or C3PO-4-HPC, has been accepted as a Full day workshop at ISC 2020.