|10:00 am||Welcome and Intro||Rob Neely|
|10:10 am||ECP: Lessons Learned in Porting Complex Applications to Accelerator-based Systems||Andrew Siegel|
|11:10 am||Tracking Performance Portability on the Yellow Brick Road to Exascale||Tom Deakin|
|11:40 am||Performance Portability of Molecular Docking Miniapp On Leadership Computing Platforms||Mathialakan Thavappiragasam|
|12:40 pm||P3HPC Forum Recap||Scott Parker|
|12:55 pm||OpenMP State of the Standard||Tom Scogland|
|1:30 pm||Interpreting and Visualizing Performance Portability Metrics||Jason Sewall|
|2:30 pm||Findings from the ECP Performance Portability Panel Series||Anshu Dubey|
|3:10 pm||Mini-panel w/ ECP representatives||Anshu Dubey, Katherine Riley, Jack DeSlippe, David Richards, Brian VanEssen, Bronson Messer, Shreyas Anathan|
|3:40 pm||Panel: “Workflows are the New Applications: Challenges in Performance, Portability, and Productivity”||CJ Newburn, Daisy Hollman, Todd Gamblin, Harinarayan Krishnan, Tal Ben-Nun|
|5:25 pm||Cross-Platform Performance Portability of DNN Models using SYCL||Mehdi Goli|
|5:55 pm||Evaluating the Performance Portability of Contemporary SYCL Implementations||Beau Johnston|
|6:25 pm||Wrapup||John Pennycook|
The International Workshop on Performance, Portability, and Productivity in HPC (P3HPC) provides a forum for researchers and application developers to discuss their successes and failures in tackling the compelling problems that lie at the intersection of performance, portability and productivity (P3) and High-Performance Computing (HPC).
We are particularly interested in research that addresses the complexities of real-life applications and/or realistic workloads, the composibility challenges arising from bespoke solutions, and the desire to “future-proof” applications through an era of increased heterogeneity and new emerging architectures. The topic of P3 touches on many aspects of HPC software development, and we expect the workshop program to reflect a wide range of experiences and perspectives, including those of compiler, language and runtime experts; performance engineers; and domain scientists.
Authors are invited to submit novel research from all areas concerned with performance, portability, and productivity. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and accepted papers will be published by IEEE Technical Consortium on High Performance Computing (TCHPC) and the IEEE Explore Digital Library. Please see the Submissions page for more detail about paper submissions.
The format for the P3HPC workshop, live or virtual, will be determined by the decisions made by the SC20 organizers. Please visit the SC20 Coronavirus page for the latest information.