SiCortex Application Workshop

The Mathematics and Computer Science Division (MCS) at Argonne and SiCortex will be hosting a 2-day workshop on June 17th and 18th to introduce the HPC community to the SiCortex system.

Serial #1 of the 5.8 TFlop/s SiCortex SC5832 system was deployed at Argonne last year. With 5832 MIPS64 cores (6 per node), each of which draws only 600 milliwatts of power, this is a rather unconventional computer, but arguably one that presages the future of high-performance computing architecture.

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Mathematics and Computer Science Division
SiCortex

Date: June 17th and 18th

Location:
Argonne National Laboratory, MCS Division
Building 221, conference room A216

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Please mention the "SiCortex Workshop Room Block"when making your reservation via online or phone.

 

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In order to take full advantage of the workshop, please bring your laptop and code that you are familiar with. This is a hands-on workshop and you will be actively participating.

 

Tuesday, June 17th

9:00am - 5:00pm

Intro remarks
Argonne

HW and SW overview
David G / Avi

Dev, Env. and compiler talk
David S.

Perf Tools (part 1)
Avi/John

Perf Tools (part 2)
Avi/John

Rest of Day working on codes