IPDRM 2022

Fifth Annual Workshop on Emerging Parallel and Distributed Runtime Systems and Middleware

Hybrid Event

Friday, November 18th, 2022

Dallas, Texas, USA.

Held in conjunction with the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, (SC 22), November 13-18, 2022, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Extended Submission deadlines: August 15th, 2022 (AOE)

Overview

Node architectures of extreme-scale systems are rapidly increasing in complexity. Emerging homogeneous and heterogeneous designs provide massive multi-level parallelism, but developing efficient runtime systems and middleware that allow applications to efficiently and productively exploit these architectures is extremely challenging. Moreover, current state-of-the-art approaches may become unworkable once energy consumption, resilience, and data movement constraints are added. The goal of this workshop is to attract the international research community to share new and bold ideas that will address the challenges of design, implementation, deployment, and evaluation of future runtime systems and middleware.

Topics

This workshop will emphasize novel, disruptive research ideas over incremental advances. We will solicit papers on topics including, but not limited to, the following areas:

Runtime System/Middleware Design, Evaluation and Usage

  • Runtime/Middleware for emerging HPC and cloud computing platforms
  • Runtime/Middleware for Big Data Computing
  • Modeling and Performance Analysis of Runtime Systems
  • Comparison studies of different runtime systems and middleware
  • Tuning and Optimization studies
  • Interactions between Runtime Systems and Middleware
  • Runtime-architecture co-design

Constraints and Issues for Runtime Systems and Middleware

  • Energy- and Power-aware schemes
  • Fault Tolerance and Reliability
  • Scalable high-performance I/O and access to Big Data
  • Memory management
  • Runtime data analysis (e.g., in-situ analysis)
  • Real-time solutions and QOS
  • Virtualization, provisioning, and scheduling
  • Scalability of novel runtime systems and applications using them

Design Principles and Programming Support

  • High-level programming models (e.g., thread and task based models, data parallel models, and stream programming) and domain-specific languages
  • Programming frameworks, parallel programming, and design methodologies
  • Methodologies and tools for runtime and middleware design, implementation , verification, and evaluation
  • Wild and crazy ideas on future Runtime System and Middleware

Submissions

  • Extended Paper Submission: August 15th 2022
  • Paper Notification: September 7th, 2022
  • Final Paper Due: October 10th, 2022

Submission Guidelines:

Full submission will be up to 8 pages long using the same format as the SC22 conference (i.e. using the IEEE template). This limit includes all materials (figures, bibliography, appendixes, etc). All submitted papers will undergo a rigorous review process and each will have at least three reviews by members of the program committee. Papers will be accepted based on their technical contributions. “Crazy and Wild ideas” are welcome. Accepted papers will have quick lighting presentations on the workshop day to spark conversation and discussion. Papers can be submitted at SC Submission site

Organizing Committees

General Chairs

  • Barbara Chapman, HPE, USA
  • Shuaiwen Leon Song, University of Sydney, Australia
  • Shirley Moore, University of Texas at El Paso, USA
  • Eun Jun Park, Qualcomm, USA
  • Joshua Suetterlein, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Program Chairs

  • Jiajia Li, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Publicity Chair:

  • Jose Monsalve Diaz, University of Delaware, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Publication Chair:

  • Siddhisanket Raskar, Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Diversity Chair:

  • Joseph Manzano, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Program Committee

  • Ray Bair, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
  • Mehmet E Belviranli, Colorado School of Mines, USA
  • Nicolas Bohm Agostini, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Northeastern University, USA
  • Anthony Cabrera, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
  • Vincent Cave, Intel Corporation, USA
  • Philippe Clauss, French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation; ICube Laboratory, University of Strasbourg, France
  • Serena Curzel, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy
  • Benoit Meister, Reservoir Labs Inc, USA
  • Ivy Peng, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Bin Ren, College of William & Mary, USA
  • Mitsuhisa Sato, RIKEN Center for Computational Science, Japan
  • Omer Subasi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
  • Shubbhi Taneja, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
  • Li Tang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
  • Marcin Zalewski, NVIDIA Corporation, USA
  • Zhijia Zhao, University of California, Riverside, USA
  • Christopher Zimmer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
  • Stephane Zuckerman, CY Cergy Paris University; Laboratoire ETIS, France

Keynote

We are proud to annouce Dr. Sunita Chandrasekaran will be presenting our keynote this year.

Bio

Sunita Chandrasekaran is an Associate Professor with the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Delaware, USA. She is also a computational scientist with Brookhaven National Laboratory. She received her Ph.D. in 2012 on Tools and Algorithms for High-Level Algorithm Mapping to FPGAs from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Her research spans High Performance Computing, parallel programming for exascale computing, performance benchmarking and machine learning. She is currently the PI for ECP SOLLVE and OLCF CAAR PIConGPU project. She is also the co-director of a new AI Center of Excellence (AICoE) at UDEL. She is a recipient of the 2016 IEEE-CS TCHPC Award for Excellence for Early Career Researchers in High Performance Computing.

Title

Challenges and success stories migrating software and applications to Frontier

Abstract

This talk will share stories from CAAR PIConGPU and ECP SOLLVE projects. The stories will present our experiences on porting applications to pre-exascale systems to exascale system, Frontier. It will highlight challenges we faced preparing and using relevant software tools including alpaka, OpenMP and OpenACC programming models among other tools. The talk will also present insights we gathered from profiler/performance analysis tools. Takeaways will be drawn from both the projects to share with the IPDRM community and at the same seek input from the audience so we can together improve our techniques and approaches.

Program

Time Paper / Session Title Authors
8:30-9:25 Keynote: Challenges and Success Stories Migrating Software and Applications to Frontier Sunita Chandrasekaran
9:25-9:55 SABO: Dynamic MPI+OpenMP Resource Balancer Cassandra Rocha Barbosa, Pierre Lemarinier, Guillaume Papauré, Marc Pérache, Michaël Krajecki
9:55-10:25 Break  
10:25-10:55 LEC-PR:Proactive Recovery Method in Erasure-Coded Storage Ying Song, Mingjie Yang, Bo Wang
10:55-11:25 Petri Nets for Concurrent Programming Marshall Rawson, Michael Rawson
11:25-11:55 Global Tasking Model using OpenMP: Myth or Reality in the Making Abid Malik
11:55-12:00 Closing Joshua Suetterlein