[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”12917″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_tabs active_section=”1″ no_fill_content_area=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”Welcome” tab_id=”welcome”][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”7/12″][vc_column_text]ARM HPC Workshop by RIKEN AICS and Linaro on 12-13th Dec 2017 –  Room 5A on 5F, Akihabara Hall, Tokyo.
How does the Arm-Powered supercomputing future look and how can you prepare for it? The Arm HPC Workshop will bring together the leading Arm vendors, end users and the open source development community in Tokyo, to discuss the latest products, developments and open source software support. Topics of focus are, but not limited to:

  • Compilers including GCC, LLVM, C++, Fortran, optimisations, benchmarking and general support
  • OS and Runtime
  • Tools
  • Math Libraries
  • Orchestration
  • Machine Learning

For End Users: In the Arm HPC Workshop you will hear from Arm Members and their Partners, information about new trends, technologies and products for the planning and operation of an Arm-Powered supercomputer.

For Arm Members and Partners: The Arm HPC Workshop is a two day conference to provide training and discussion panels for Arm-Powered solutions and offerings for all aspects of HPC including Server, Networking, Storage and Development.

You can expect:

  • Exciting best practices and technology outlooks with peers from the Arm ecosystem
  • Unique opportunities to network with current Arm users, vendors and the developer community
  • We are looking forward to your visit!

Arm HPC Workshop

  • Cost (Free)
  • Sponsorship options available
  • Session slots available – (Complete the form on this page)

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Start Time End Time Title Reserved for
09:00 Room Opens for Setup
09:15 09:30 Welcome Note David Rusling CTO, Linaro
09:30 09:55 Introduction of Post-K development Yutaka Ishikawa (RIKEN)
10:00 10:25 Post-K: Building the Arm HPC Ecosystem Kouichi Hirai (Fujitsu)
10:30 10:55 Arm tools and roadmap for SVE compiler support Richard Sandiford, Florian Hahn (Arm)
11:00 11:20 AM Coffee Break
11:30 11:55 HCQC : HPC Compiler Quality Checker Masaki Arai (Fujitsu)
12:00 12:25 State of the Scalasca Toolset Itaru Kitayama (RIKEN)
12:30 13:20 Lunch
13:30 13:55 Porting and Optimization of Numerical Libraries for Arm SVE Toshiyuki Imamura (RIKEN), Tetsuzou Usui (Fujitsu)
14:00 14:25 An Evaluation of EasyBuild for Open Source Software Deployment Takahiro Ogura (RIKEN)
14:30 14:55 An Overview of the IHK/McKernel Multi-kernel Operating System Balazs Gerofi (RIKEN)
15:00 15:20 PM Coffee Break
15:30 15:55 Compilation of COSMO for GPU using LLVM Tobias Grosser (Scalable Parallel Computing Laboratory (SPCL))
16:00 16:25 Involvement in OpenHPC Takeharu Kato (Fujitsu)
16:30 17:00 Breakdown/clean up
18:00 Dinner Sponsored by Fujitsu and Linaro


Start Time End Time Title Reserved for
09:00 Room Opens for Setup
09:15 09:30 Welcome Note Kanta Vekaria, Head of HPC, Linaro
09:30 10:20 Cyber-physical System and Industrial Applications of Large-Scale Graph Analysis and Optimization Problem Katsuki Fujisawa, (IMI) of Kyushu University
10:30 10:55 New Process/Thread Runtime Atsushi Hori (RIKEN)
11:00 11:20 AM Coffee Break
11:30 11:55 An evaluation of LLVM compiler for SVE with fairly complicated loops Hiroshi Nakashima (Kyoto Univ.)
12:00 12:25 Oopstreaming Renato Golin (Linaro)
12:30 13:20 Lunch
13:30 Programming Languages & Tools for Higher Performance & Productivity Hitoshi Murai (RIKEN)
Advantages of the Compiler for Post-K computer Shun Kamatsuka (Fujitsu)
14:25 Overview of Programming Assistance Tools for Post-K computer Tomotake Nakamura (Fujitsu)
14:30 14:55 The perfect mix: SUSE’s HPC, ARM and Containers Vojtech Pavlik (Suse)
15:00 15:20 PM Coffee Break
15:30 15:55 OpenMP Extension for Explicit SIMD Programming using ARM SVE Jinpil Lee (RIKEN)
16:00 16:25 Performance evaluation with Arm HPC tools for SVE Miwako Tsuji (RIKEN), Yuetsu Kodama (RIKEN)
16:30 16:40 Closing Note David Rusling CTO, Linaro
16:40 17:00 Breakdown/clean up
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