The electronic proceedings of the workshop are available from
the ACM Digital Library. Click on the image on the left or on the
ACM paper page links below.
We also include below the links to the slides for each presentation from the workshop.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015, room A103–A104
KeynoteThe Machine: An Architecture for Memory-centric Computing
Abstract, Bio ACM page, Slides (1.3 MB),
Runtime Systems Session (chair: Roberto Gioiosa)
Application Runtime Variability and Power Optimization for Exascale Computers
Allan Porterfield, Rob Fowler, Sridutt Bhalachandra, Barry Rountree, Diptorup Deb, Rob Lewis, Brian Blanton
ACM page Slides (2.6 MB),
- Coffee Break
- FCRC Keynote
Operating Systems Session (chair: Yoonho Park)
Exploring the Design Space of Combining Linux with Lightweight Kernels for Extreme Scale Computing
Balazs Gerofi, Masamichi Takagi, Yutaka Ishikawa, Rolf Riesen, Evan Powers, Robert W. Wisniewski
ACM page Slides (874 KB),
System-Level Support for Composition of Applications
Brian Kocoloski, John Lange, Hasan Abbasi, David E. Bernholdt, Terry R. Jones, Jai Dayal, Noah Evans, Michael Lang, Jay Lofstead, Kevin Pedretti, Patrick G. Bridges
ACM page Slides (1.1 MB),
- Coffee Break
What is a Lightweight Kernel?
Rolf Riesen, Intel (moderator)
Balazs Gerofi, RIKEN
John (Jack) Lange, University of Pittsburgh
Arthur B. (Barney) Maccabe, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ron Minnich, Google
Yoonho Park, IBM Research
Robert W. Wisniewski, Intel
In the picture left-to-right: Rolf Riesen, Robert Wisniewski, Ron Minnich, Jack Lange, Barney Maccabe, Yoonho Park, Balazs Gerofi.
Best Paper Award and Closing Remarks
Best Paper Award went to Balazs Gerofi et al. for the paper Exploring the Design Space of Combining Linux with Lightweight Kernels for Extreme Scale Computing.
In the picture left-to-right: paper co-authors Rolf Riesen, Evan Powers, Balazs Gerofi, Masamichi Takagi, Robert Wisniewski.