Poster Archive

ACM Student Research Competition Posters

  1. Accurate Change Point Detection in Electricity Market Analysis. Will Gu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  2. Achieving High Performance for Big Data Analytics. Oded Green (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  3. Active-Testing and Large Scale Non-determinism Control Studies with Programmable Schedulers. Bruce Bolick (University of Utah School)
  4. Analysis and Optimization of an OrangeFS Block Driver for QEMU/KVM. Timothy J. Scott (Clemson University)
  5. Distributed Algorithms for Aligning Massive Networks. Arif Khan (Purdue University)
  6. A Distributed-Memory Fast Multipole Method for Volume Potentials. Dhairya Malhotra (University of Texas, Austin)
  7. Efficient Datarace Detection in a Structured Programming Language. Trudy Lynn Firestone (University of Utah)
  8. Enabling Efficient Intra-Warp Communication for Fourier Transforms in a Many-Core Architecture. Carlo del Mundo (Virginia Tech)
  9. Enabling Low I/O-Cost Fine-Grained Checkpointing in QMCPack. Michael Matheny (University of Delaware)
  10. Evaluating Named Data Networking For Large Scientific Data. Susmit Shannigrahi (Colorado State University and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  11. Fast Prediction of Network Performance: k-packet Simulation. Nikhil Jain (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  12. Fine-grained Gathering of Scientific Data in QMCPack Simulations on Titan. Stephen N. Herbein (University of Delaware)
  13. Fusion Active Storage for Write-Intensive Big Data Applications. Gregory A. Thorsness (Texas Tech University)
  14. Graphical Analysis of I/O in High Performance Computing. Denver Coker (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  15. Handling Datatypes in MPI-3 One Sided. Robert Gerstenberger (Chemnitz University of Technology)
  16. Inter-Application Coordination for Reducing I/O Interference. Sagar Thapaliya (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
  17. local_malloc(): malloc() for OpenCL __local memory. John Kloosterman (Calvin College)
  18. Power and Performance Modeling for High Performance Computing Algorithms. Jee Choi (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  19. Scalable Client-Server Visualization of Callpath Traces for Large-Scale Parallel Executions. Philip A. Taffet (Rice University)
  20. Scalable Parallel Algorithms for Clustering Large-Scale Biological Graphs. Inna Rytsareva (Washington State University)
  21. Structure-Aware Parallel Algorithm for Solution of Sparse Triangular Linear Systems. Ehsan Totoni (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  22. Theory, Meet Practice: Challenges in Applying Failure Prediction on Large Systems. Ana Gainaru (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  23. Towards Co-Evolution of Auto-Tuning and Parallel Languages. Ray S. Chen (University of Maryland)
  24. UDT Based Application Performance for High Speed Data Transfer. Joshua Miller (University of Chicago)

Technical Program Posters

  1. Algorithmic Choice in Optimization Problems: A Performance Study. Hammad Rashid, Clara Novoa, Richard Hay and Apan Qasem (Texas State University)
  2. Asynchronous PDE Solver for Computing at Extreme Scales. Konduri Aditya and Diego Donzis (Texas A&M University) and Torsten Hoefler (ETH Zurich)
  3. "Ball Computer" or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Computing with 3D Wireless Grids. Amir Mansoor Kamali Sarvestani, Christopher Chrispin-Bailey and Jim Austin (University of York)
  4. Building Scalable Data Management and Analysis Infrastructure for Metagenomics. Wei Tang, Jared Wilkening, Jared Bischof, Wolfgang Gerlach, Andreas Wilke, Narayan Desai and Folker Meyer (Argonne National Laboratory)
  5. Caranx: Scalable Social Image Index Using Phylogenetic Tree of Hashtags. Yusheng Xie (Northwestern University), Zhuoyuan Chen (Adobe Research) and Ankit Agrawal, Wei-keng Liao and Alok Choudhary (Northwestern University)
  6. Compiler Independent Strategy for Data Locality Optimization. Jinxin Yang, Abid Malik and Barbara Chapman (University of Houston)
  7. Designing and Auto-Tuning Parallel 3-D FFT for Computation-Communication Overlap. Sukhyun Song and Jeffrey K. Hollingsworth (University of Maryland)
  8. Efficient Data Compression of Time Series of Particles' Positions for High-Throughput Animated Visualization. Katsumi Hagita (National Defense Academy), Takaaki Takeda (VASA Entertainment, Inc), Tsunehiko Kato (Hiroshima University) and Hiroaki Ohtani and Seiji Ishiguro (National Institute for Fusion Science)
  9. Enhancing Learning-Based Autotuning with Composite and Diagnostic Feature Vectors. Saami Rahman, Richard Hay, Mario A. Gutierrez and Apan Qasem (Texas State University)
  10. Extreme Scaling of Real World Applications to >130,000 Cores on SuperMUC. Helmut Satzger, Momme Allalen, Christoph Bernau, Nicolay Hammer, David Brayford, Carmen Navarrete, Ferdinand Jamitzky and Anupam Karmakar (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre), wolfram schmidt and Jan Frederik Engels (University of Göttingen), Gurvan Bazin (Universitäts-Sternwarte, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München), Jürg Diemand (University of Zürich), Klaus Dolag (Universitäts-Sternwarte, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München), Carsten Kutzner (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen), Andreas Marek (Rechenzentrum der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft am Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik, Garching), Philipp Trisjono (RWTH Aachen) and Arndt Bode, Herbert Huber and Matthias Brehm (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre)
  11. Extreme-Scale Space-Time Parallelism. Daniel Ruprecht (University of Lugano), Robert Speck (Forschungzentrum Juelich), Matthew Emmett (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Matthias Bolten (Universität Wuppertal) and Rolf Krause (University of Lugano)
  12. Federated Computing for the Masses - Tackling Large-Scale Engineering Problems. Javier Diaz-Montes (Rutgers University), Yu Xi (Iowa State University), Ivan Rodero and Jaroslaw Zola (Rutgers University), Baskar Ganapathysubramanian (Iowa State University) and Manish Parashar (Rutgers University)
  13. Framework for Optimizing Power, Energy, and Performance. Prasanna Balaprakash (Argonne National Laboratory), Ananta Tiwari (San Diego Supercomputer Center) and Stefan Wild (Argonne National Laboratory)
  14. Generating Customized Eigenvalue Solutions Using Lighthouse. Luke Groeninger and Ramya Nair (University of Colorado Boulder), Sa-Lin Cheng Bernstein (University of Chicago), Javed Hossain and Elizabeth R. Jessup (University of Colorado Boulder) and Boyana Norris (University of Oregon)
  15. GMT: Enabling Easy Development and Efficient Execution of Irregular Applications on Commodity Clusters. Alessandro Morari (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Oreste Villa (NVIDIA Corporation), Antonino Tumeo and Daniel Chavarria (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) and Mateo Valero (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
  16. The Heuristic Static Load-Balancing Algorithm Applied to CESM. Yuri Alexeev, Sheri Mickelson, Sven Leyffer and Robert Jacob (Argonne National Laboratory) and Anthony Craig (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
  17. High Performance Computations Enable Scientific Discoveries: Adapting Computational Physics Codes to New Hardware. James F. Amundson, Philippe G. Canal, Donald J. Holmgren, Jim B. Kowalkowski, Qiming Lu, Marc Paterno and Saba Sehrish (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
  18. High Performance CPU/GPU Multiresolution Poisson Solver. Wim van Rees, Babak Hejazialhosseini, Diego Rossinelli, Panagiotis Hadjidoukas and Petros Koumoutsakos (ETH Zurich)
  19. High-Performance Design Patterns for Modern Fortran. Damian W. I. Rouson (Stanford University), Karla Morris (Sandia National Laboratories), Magne Haveraaen (University of Bergen), Jim Xia (IBM Canada) and Sameer Shende (University of Oregon)
  20. Highly Scalable Linear Time Estimation of Spectrograms - A Tool for Very Large Scale Data Analysis. Onkar Bhardwaj (Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute) and Yves Ineichen, Costas Bekas and Alessandro Curioni (IBM Research - Zurich)
  21. Hybrid MPI/OpenMP/GPU Parallelization of XGC1 Fusion Simulation Code. Eduardo F. D'Azevedo (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Jianying Lang (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory), Patrick H. Worley (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and Stephane A. Ethier, Seung-Hoe Ku and Choong-Seock Chang (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory)
  22. Implementation of Neighbor Communication Algorithm Using Multi-NICs Effectively by Extended RDMA Interfaces. Yoshiyuki Morie and Takeshi Nanri (Kyushu University)
  23. Implementation of the Colorado State University Global Cloud Resolving Model on the NSF Blue Waters System. Ross P. Heikes, David A. Randall and Celal S. Konor (Colorado State University)
  24. An Improved Parallel Iterative Algorithm for Stable Matching. Colin R. White (Amherst College) and Enyue Lu (Salisbury University)
  25. Improving the I/O Throughput for Data-Intensive Scientific Applications with Efficient Compression Mechanisms. Dongfang Zhao (Illinois Institute of Technology), Jian Yin (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) and Ioan Raicu (Illinois Institute of Technology)
  26. Improving Utilization and Application Performance in High-Performance GPGPU Clusters with GPGPU Assemblies. Alexander Merritt and Naila Farooqui (Georgia Institute of Technology), Vishakha Gupta (Intel Corporation) and Magdalena Slawinska, Ada Gavrilovska and Karsten Schwan (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  27. Introducing HPC to Young Students. Russell Feldhausen, Scott Bell and Daniel A. Andresen (Kansas State University)
  28. A Lightweight Data Location Service for Nondeterministic Exascale Storage Systems. Zhiwei Sun and Anthony Skjellum (University of Alabama at Birmingham) and Lee Ward and Matthew Curry (Sandia National Laboratories)
  29. LittleFe - The High Performance Computing Education Appliance. Charles Peck and Kristin Muterspaw (Earlham College), Mobeen Ludin and Aaron Weeden (Shodor Foundation), Skylar Thompson (University of Washington), Tom Murphy (Contra Costa College) and Ivan Babic and Elena Sergienko (Earlham College)
  30. Loop Cluster Monte Carlo Simulation of Quantum Magnets Based on Global Union-Find Algorithm. Synge Todo (University of Tokyo), Haruhiko Matsuo (Research Organization for Information Science and Technology) and Hideyuki Shitara (Fujitsu Limited)
  31. Making GMRES Resilient to Silent Data Corruption. James J. Elliott (North Carolina State University), Mark Hoemmen (Sandia National Laboratories) and Frank Mueller (North Carolina State University)
  32. Mapping and Characterizing Global-Scale Human Settlements Using HPC. Dilip Patlolla, Anil Cheriyadat, Harini Sridharan, Vincent Paquit, Jeanette Weaver and Mark Tuttle (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  33. Massive Parallelization of a Linear Scaling DFT Code OpenMX. Truong Vinh Truong Duy (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and University of Tokyo) and Taisuke Ozaki (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  34. Matrix Factorization Routines on Heterogeneous Architectures. Nikita Shustrov, Nadya Mozartova, Tamara Kashevarova and Konstantin Arturov (Intel Corporation)
  35. Mitigating System Noise With Simultaneous Multi-Threading. Eli Rosenthal (Brown University) and Edgar A. Leon and Adam T. Moody (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
  36. Modules to Teach Parallel Computing Using Python and the LittleFe Cluster. Jose Ortiz-Ubarri and Rafael Arce-Nazario (University of Puerto Rico)
  37. Multi-Core Optimizations for Synergia and ART. Qiming Lu, James Amundson and Nick Gnedin (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
  38. Nerstrand: Fast Multi-Threaded Graph Clustering. Dominique W. LaSalle and George Karypis (University of Minnesota)
  39. Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis with GPUs. Wenji Wu and Phil Demar (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
  40. On the Gamification of a Graduate Course on Cloud Computing. Alexandru Iosup and Dick Epema (Delft University of Technology)
  41. Optimal Placement of Retry-Based Fault Recovery Annotations in HPC Applications. Ignacio Laguna, Martin Schulz, Jeff Keasler, David Richards and Jim Belak (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
  42. Optimizations of a Spectral/Finite Difference Gyrokinetic Code for Improved Strong Scaling Toward Million Cores. Shinya Maeyama (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), Tomohiko Watanabe (National Institute for Fusion Science), Yasuhiro Idomura and Motoki Nakata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) and Masanori Nunami and Akihiro Ishizawa (National Institute for Fusion Science)
  43. Optimized Kernels for Large Scale Earthquake Simulations with SeisSol, an Unstructured ADER-DG Code. Alexander Heinecke, Alexander Breuer, Sebastian Rettenberger and Michael Bader (Technical University of Munich), Stefan Wenk (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität-München), Alice Gabriel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) and Christian Pelties (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität-München)
  44. Optimizing Built-To-Order BLAS while Considering Matrix Order. Robert Crimi, Elizabeth Jessup and Thomas Nelson (University Of Colorado Boulder) and Jeremy Siek (Indiana University, University Of Colorado)
  45. Optimizing Shared Resource Contention in HPC Clusters. Sergey Blagodurov and Alexandra Fedorova (Simon Fraser University)
  46. Optimizing the Barnes-Hut Algorithm for Multicore Clusters. Junchao Zhang, Babak Behzad and Marc Snir (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  47. Optimizing User Oriented Job Scheduling within TORQUE. Dalibor Klusácek and Václav Chlumský (CESNET) and Hana Rudová (Masaryk University)
  48. Parallel Computing In High Energy Astrophysics: Combining Microlensing and Black Hole Ray-Tracing. Bin Chen, Xinyu Dai, Eddie Baron and Ronald Kantowski (University of Oklahoma)
  49. Parallelizing Irregular Applications through the YAPPA Compilation Framework. Silvia Lovergine and Antonino Tumeo (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Oreste Villa (NVIDIA Corporation) and Fabrizio Ferrandi (Politecnico di Milano)
  50. Pattern-Driven Node-Level Performance Engineering. Jan Treibig, Georg Hager and Gerhard Wellein (Erlangen Regional Computing Center)
  51. Performance Analysis of Hybrid BFS Approach Using Semi-External Memory. Keita Iwabuchi and Hitoshi Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JST CREST) and Yuichiro Yasui and Katsuki Fujisawa (Chuo University, JST CREST)
  52. Peta-Scale General Solver for Semidefinite Programming Problems with Over Two Million Constraints. Katsuki Fujisawa (Chuo University and JST CREST), Toshio Endo and Hitoshi Sato (Tokyo Institute of Technology and JST CREST), Yuichiro Yasui (Chuo University and JST CREST), Naoki Matsuzawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and Hayato Waki (Kyushu University)
  53. PGAS Models Using an MPI Runtime: Design Alternatives and Performance Evaluation. Jeffrey Daily, Abhinav Vishnu, Bruce Palmer and Hubertus van Dam (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
  54. A Portable Approach for Repeatability Testing. Quan Pham, Tanu Malik and Ian Foster (University of Chicago)
  55. Predictions of Large-scale QMCPack I/Os on Titan Using Skel. Matthew Wezowicz, Michael Matheny and Stephen Herbein (University of Delaware), Jeremy Logan, Jeongnim Kim, Jaron Krogel and Scott Klasky (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) and Michela Taufer (University of Delaware)
  56. Preparing Computer Science Students for An Increasingly Parallel World: Teaching Parallel Computing Early and Often. Martin Burtscher, Wuxu Peng, Apan Qasem, Hongchi Shi and Dan Tamir (Texas State University)
  57. Prov-Vis: Large-Scale Scientific Data Visualization using Provenance. Felipe Horta, Jonas Dias and Renato Elias (COPPE/UFRJ), Daniel Oliveira (Fluminense Federal University) and Alvaro Coutinho and Marta Mattoso (COPPE/UFRJ)
  58. PUNO: Predictive Unicast and Notification towards Efficient Transactional Memory Execution. Lihang Zhao (Information Sciences Institute), Lizhong Chen (University of Southern California) and Jeffrey Draper (Information Sciences Institute)
  59. Quantifying the Dominance of Leakage Energy in Large-Scale System Caches. Aditya M. Deshpande and Jeffrey T. Draper (University of Southern California)
  60. Real-Time Stochastic Optimization of Complex Energy Systems on High Performance Computers. Cosmin Petra (Argonne National Laboratory), Olaf Schenk (Universita della Svizzera Italiana) and Mihai Anitescu (Argonne National Laboratory)
  61. Research Activities at Fermilab for Big Data Movement. Parag Mhashilkar, Wenji Wu, Hyun Woo Kim, Gabriele Garzoglio, David Dykstra, Marko Slisz and Phil Demar (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
  62. Running A Seismic Workflow Application on Distributed Resources. Scott Callaghan and Philip Maechling (University of Southern California), Karan Vahi, Gideon Juve and Ewa Deelman (Information Sciences Institute), Yifeng Cui and Efecan Poyraz (University of California, San Diego) and Thomas H. Jordan (University of Southern California)
  63. Scalable Ensemble Ab Initio Calculations Using the Fragment Molecular Orbital Method in GAMESS. Yuri Alexeev and Maricris Mayes (Argonne National Laboratory), Spencer Pruitt (Iowa State University), Graham Fletcher (Argonne National Laboratory), Dmitri Fedorov (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology) and Mark Gordon (Iowa State University)
  64. A Scalable Hamiltonian Hybrid DFT/PMM-MD Approach for Accurately Simulating Biomolecules on SuperMUC. Magnus Schwörer and Paul Tavan (Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München), Ferdinand Jamitzky and Helmut Satzger (Leibniz Supercomputing Center) and Gerald Mathias (Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München)
  65. Scalable Parallel Debugging via Loop-Aware Progress Dependence Analysis. Subrata Mitra (Purdue University), Ignacio Laguna, Dong H. Ahn, Todd Gamblin and Martin Schulz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and Saurabh Bagchi (Purdue University)
  66. Scalable Performance Analysis of Exascale MPI Programs through Signature-Based Clustering Algorithms. Amir Bahmani and Frank Mueller (North Carolina State University)
  67. A Scalable Schwarz Method for 3D Linear Elasticity Problems on Domains with Complex Geometry. Fande Kong and Xiao-Chuan Cai (University of Colorado Boulder)
  68. Scibox: Online Sharing of Scientific Data via the Cloud. Jian Huang, Xuechen Zhang, Greg Eisenhauer, Karsten Schwan and Matthew Wolf (Georgia Institute of Technology), Stephane Ethier (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory) and Scott Klasky (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
  69. Solution of the Time-Dependent Acoustic-Elastic Wave Equation on a Heterogeneous, Coprocessor-Enabled Supercomputer. Jesse Kelly, Hari Sundar and Omar Ghattas (University of Texas at Austin)
  70. Speedup and Numerical Evaluation of Multiple-Precision Krylov Subspace Method Using GPU Cluster for Large-Sparse Linear System. Yuta Hirokawa and Taku Itoh (Tokyo University of Technology), Hiroto Tadano (University of Tsukuba) and Soichiro Ikuno (Tokyo University of Technology)
  71. Structural Comparison of Parallel Applications. Matthias Weber (Technical University Dresden), Kathryn Mohror and Martin Schulz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Holger Brunst (Technical University Dresden), Bronis R. de Supinski (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and Wolfgang E. Nagel (Technical University Dresden)
  72. A Synthesis Approach for Mapping Irregular Applications on Reconfigurable Architectures. Vito Giovanni Castellana and Antonino Tumeo (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) and Fabrizio Ferrandi (Politecnico di Milano)
  73. Task Mapping for Non-Contiguous Allocations. David P. Bunde and Johnathan Ebbers (Knox College), Stefan P. Feer (3M Health Information Systems), Vitus J. Leung (Sandia National Laboratories), Nickolas W. Price (Knox College), Zachary D. Rhodes (Allstate Corporation) and Matthew Swank (Knox College)
  74. Task Profiling through OpenMP Runtime API and Tool Support. Ahmad Qawasmeh, Abid M. Malik, Deepak Eachempati and Barbara M. Chapman (University of Houston)
  75. Test-Driven Parallelization of a Legacy Fortran Program. Damian W. I. Rouson (Stanford University), Hari Radhakrishnan (University of Cyprus), Karla Morris (Sandia National Laboratories), Sameer Shende (University of Oregon) and Stavros C. Kassinos (University of Cyprus)
  76. Towards Benchmarking Graph-Processing Platforms. Yong Guo and Marcin Biczak (Delft University of Technology), Ana Lucia Varbanescu (University of Amsterdam), Alexandru Iosup (Delft University of Technology), Claudio Martella (VU University Amsterdam) and Theodore L. Willke (Intel Corporation)
  77. Towards Tera-Scale Performance for Longest Common Subsequence Using Graphics Processors. Adnan Ozsoy, Arun Chauhan and Martin Swany (Indiana University Bloomington)
  78. A Transactional Model for Fault-Tolerant MPI for Petascale and Exascale Systems. Amin Hassani and Anthony Skjellum (University of Alabama at Birmingham) and Ron Brightwell (Sandia National Laboratories)
  79. Vectorization of Multi-Center, Highly-Parallel Rigid-Body Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Wolfgang Eckhardt, Alexander Heinecke, Wolfgang Hölzl and Hans-Joachim Bungartz (Technische Universität München)
  80. Vlasiator: Hybrid-Vlasov Simulation Code for the Earth's Magnetosphere. Sebastian von Alfthan (Finnish Meteorological Institute), Dimitry Pokhotelov (Department of Physics, University of Helsinki), Yann Kempf, Ilja Honkonen and Sanni Hoilijoki (Finnish Meteorological Institute, University of Helsinki) and Arto Sandroos and Minna Palmroth (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
  81. X10 at Petascale. Olivier Tardieu, Benjamin Herta, David Cunningham, David Grove, Prabhanjan Kambadur, Vijay A. Saraswat, Avraham Shinnar, Mikio Takeuchi and Mandana Vaziri (IBM Research)
  82. Xevolver: an XML-based Programming Framework for Software Evolution. Hiroyuki Takizawa, Shoichi Hirasawa and Hiroaki Kobayashi (Tohoku University)


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