Sunday, September 17

18:00-20:00   Check-in & Reception (Via Frangipane, 4)

19:30-21:00   Welcome Buffet ("Center Canteen" - Via Frangipane, 2)

Monday, September 18

07:30-08:30   Breakfast ("Center Canteen")

08:30-08:45   Registration ("Fresco Room" - La Rocca, Via Frangipane, 6)

08:45-09:00   Welcome

09:00-09:30   What have we learned from 50 years of parallel programming research?, Keshav Pingali (University of Texas, Austin, USA)

09:30-10:00   A review of processor advances over the past thirty years - an outsider's perspective, Jan Eitzinger (Treibig) (University of Erlangen, Germany)

10:00-10:30   The Relentless Pursuit of Performance, Jose Moreira (IBM, T. J. Watson Research Center, USA)

10:30-11:00   Coffee

11:00-11:30   A Proposal for Large‑Scale Graph Processing on Multi-FPGAs, Roberto Giorgi (University of Siena, Italy)

11:30-12:00   Programming Abstractions for Data Locality: Mapping the landscape of automation in locality optimisation, Paul Kelly (Imperial College London, UK)

12:00-12:30   On Consciousness and Computation, Gianfranco Bilardi (University of Padova, Italy)

13:00-14:00   Lunch ("Center Canteen")

15:00-15:30   Between ML and HPC, where does (whitebox) performance modeling fit?, Y.C. Tay (National University of Singapore)

15:30-16:00   A view on 40 years of HPC Performance: Critical Ingredients to Complex Scientific Solutions, Wolfgang Nagel (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)

16:00-16:30   Statistical learning techniques to efficiently identify central nodes from large graphs, Leonardo Pellegrina (University of Padova, Italy)

16:30-17:00   Coffee

17:00-18:30   Discussion Session I: Performance: general approaches, requirements, models, data, Coordinators: B. Kuszmaul, J. Moreira, Y.C. Tay

20:00-22:00   Dinner, Enoteca Bistrot Colonna, Via Mainardi 10/12, 47032 Bertinoro (0543 444333).

Tuesday, September 19

07:30-08:30   Breakfast ("Center Canteen")

08:30-09:00   Performance by Experiment: Enabling Algorithmic and Procedural Experimentation at HPC Scale, Peter Thoman (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

09:00-09:30   Quantum computing in the manufacturing industry, Thomas Husslein (OptWare GmbH, Germany)

09:30-10:00   A Dichotomic Race: a Perspective of HPC for Quantum Computing, Marzio Vallero (University of Trento, Italy)

10:00-10:30   Coffee

10:30-12:00   Discussion Session II: Hardware directions, Coordinators: J. Eitzinger, R. Giorgi, A. Hoisie

12:15-13:15   Lunch ("Center Canteen")

13:45-18:00   Excursion to San Marino

19:30-21:30   Dinner, Grand Hotel Cesenatico, Piazza Andrea Costa 1, 47042 Cesenatico (0547 80012)

Wednesday, September 20

07:30-08:15   Breakfast ("Center Canteen")

08:30-09:00   Reflections on the Past & Various Musing on the Future, Henry Tufo (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)

09:00-09:30   Performance by co-design, Ana Varbanescu (University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands)

09:30-10:00   Quantitative Codesign of Heterogeneous Architectures through ML-based ModSim, Adolfy Hoisie (Brookhaven National Laboratories, USA)

10:00-10:30   A unified affinity-aware Parallel Programming Model, Josef Weidendorfer (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

10:30-11:00   Coffee

11:00-11:30   Building the Infrastructure Memex: VU on Operational Data Analytics in the 21st Century, Alexandru Iosup (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

11:30-12:00   High-level parallel programming of heterogeneous parallel systems and clusters with SkePU 3, Christoph Kessler (Linköping University, Sweden)

12:00-12:30   Linear Probing Revisited: Tombstones Mark the Death of Primary Clustering, Bradley Kuszmaul (RalationalAI, USA)

13:00-14:00   Lunch ("Center Canteen")

14:30-15:00   Circuits for the Discrete Fourier Transform: History and Perspectives, Carlo Fantozzi (University of Padova, Italy)

15:00-15:30   Multiplying $2 \times 2$ Sub-Blocks Using 4 Multiplications, Yoav Moran (Hebrew University, Israel)

15:30-16:00   Coffee

16:00-17:30   Discussion Session III: Software directions, Coordinators: A. Iosup, C. Kessler, and P. Thoman

18:15-18:40   Bus Trip from Bertinoro to Forlimpopoli

18:40-19:30   Visit Rocca di Forlimpopoli, Piazza Antonio Fratti 4, 47034 Forlimpopoli.

19:30-22:00   Dinner, Casa Artusi, Via A. Costa 27/31, 47034 Forlimpopoli (0543 748049).

Thursday, September 21

07:30-08:30   Breakfast ("Center Canteen")

08:30-09:00   IOUB: A tool for automatically computing and maximizing the operational intensity of affine programs. Can it be used to optimize neural networks?, Fabrice Rastello (INRIA, France)

09:00-09:30   Towards automated compiler support for distributed-memory parallelism with tensor computations, Saday Sadayappan (University of Utah, USA)

09:30-10:00   SHRAY - an Owner-Compute Distributed Shared Memory System, Sven-Bodo Scholz (Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

10:00-10:30   Coffee

10:30-11:00   Generating Efficient Kernels for Quantized Inference on Large Language Models, Tommaso Pegolotti (ETH, Switzerland)

11:00-11:30   On the necessity of teaching chip design in Europe, Carsten Trinitis (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

11:30-13:00   Discussion Session IV: Performance tradeoffs, Coordinators: F. Rastello, S. Sadayappan, A. Varbanescu


13:15-14:30   Lunch ("Center Canteen")

19:30-21:00   Dinner ("Center Canteen")