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Preparing for Extreme Parallel Environments: Models for Parallelism. Daniel Ernst (Univ. Wisconsin – Eau Claire) Benedict Gaster (AMD) Timothy Mattson (Intel) Wen-mei Hwu (Univ. Illinois – Urbana) David Grove (IBM) Michael McCool (Intel). Technical Challenges and Opportunities.

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preparing for extreme parallel environments models for parallelism

Preparing for Extreme Parallel Environments: Models for Parallelism

Daniel Ernst (Univ. Wisconsin – Eau Claire)

Benedict Gaster (AMD)

Timothy Mattson (Intel)

Wen-meiHwu (Univ. Illinois – Urbana)

David Grove (IBM)

Michael McCool (Intel)

technical challenges and opportunities
Technical Challenges and Opportunities
  • The technical challenges for workforce development are very steep
    • Divergent training structure
    • Tools for HPC are typically not pedagogically friendly
  • However, the opportunities are currently growing!
    • The HPC research focus is heavy on enabling parallelism
    • The ecosystem of new tools, models, and ideas is rich
core questions
Core Questions
  • What do "new recruits" (such as college grads) need to know to work in HPC?
  • How can curricula, particularly in Computer Science, be modified to meet those needs?
    •  (What changes? What gets cut out?)
  • What are the languages, models, and patterns that are both pertinent for future employees and appropriate for pedagogical use?