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Workshop on 'Using the next-generation Cray XMT (uRiKA) for Large Scale Data Analytics' - 21-22 May 2012

 

CSCS is pleased to announce the workshop on "Using the next-generation Cray XMT (uRiKA) for Large Scale Data Analytics" to be held at the new Supercomputer Center in Lugano on May 21-22, 2012. 

The next-generation Cray XMT is a massively multithreaded, high performance computer system built for data analytics.  The system supports a semantic database capable of processing SPARQL queries against a RDF triple store.  The system can also be programmed in C and C++.  Experts from Cray Inc and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will present talks on the system architecture, programming model, semantic database, and programming best practices.  Attendees will learn both how to use the resident database and write highly-scalable parallel programs to solve complex data analysis problems.

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Registration deadlineMay 14, 2012.  

Please contact mario.valle(at)cscs.ch for further technical information

SpeakersJohn Feo and Oreste Villa from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Jim Maltby from Cray Ltd.
VenueCSCS, Via Trevano 131, Lugano www.cscs.ch/about_us/visitor_information/index.html
Time
9:00 - 18:00
Prerequisites
Participants are expected to bring a laptop for hands-on training

Maximum number of participants 

20
Accommodation
Participants are kindly requested to make their own arrangements for accommodation

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Agenda 

Day 1:  Presentation of uRiKA and data analysis real life experiences

  9.00 -  9.30 Introduction
  9.30 - 10.30 XMT/uRiKA overview. Jim Maltby
10.30 - 11.00 break
11.00 - 12.00 XMT project experience. John Feo
12.00 - 13.30 lunch
13.30 - 14.30 uRiKA and Graph Analytics. Jim Maltby
14.30 - 15.30 XMT project experience. John Feo
15.30 - 16.00 break
16.00 - 17.30 The XMT Multithreaded programming model. Jim Maltby
17.30 - 18.00 Wrapup

Day 2:   Evaluation of users' computational or data analysis problems suitability for the uRiKA architecture. 


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