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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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EMBRACE: Toward a New Community-Driven Workshop to Advance the Science of Benchmarking

SESSION: EMBRACE: Toward a New Community-Driven Workshop to Advance the Science of Benchmarking

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

EVENT TAG(S): Benchmarks, Reproducibility

TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM

SESSION LEADER(S):David A. Bader, Jeremy Kepner, Richard Vuduc

ROOM:18CD

ABSTRACT:

"EMBRACE" is a new NSF-sponsored effort to develop a technically-focused and community-driven workshop on HPC benchmarking. The goal of the proposed BOF is to gather feedback on EMBRACE's design and implementation. The audience consists of anyone interested in continued advances the science of benchmarking, through benchmark development, characterization and analysis, comparison, use, and correlation to applications.

The BOF will begin with a short presentation of a strawman design for EMBRACE, which is modeled on the highly successful NSF-supported DIMACS Implementation Challenges. The rest of the time will be reserved for open discussion. The BOF's main output will be a report.

Session Leader Details:

David A. Bader (Primary Session Leader) - Georgia Institute of Technology

Jeremy Kepner (Secondary Session Leader) - MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Richard Vuduc (Secondary Session Leader) - Georgia Institute of Technology

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