Cray Programming Environment Update
publication date : Mar. 6, 2015
We will carry out a lecture and training on the Cray programming environment.
※ Supercomputer is under the scope of the Export Administration Regulations. Therefore, these seminars are also restricted under the Foreign Exchange Laws and related laws. Please see "Rules for Use of Supercomputers for Foreign Nationals and Japanese Nationals Residing Overseas " for details.
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|Date||April 8 (Wed), 2015 13:00～17:30|
305 Terminals Room on the third floor of the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University (North bldg)
|Eligibility for participation||XE6/XC30 users (users of one of the supercomputer system A, D, E or those who are planning to use)|
|Application Form||Acceptance of participation application has ended.|
|Application Period||2015/03/09 00:00:00 ～ 2015/04/06 17:00:00|
|Participation How to Apply||
Please apply from a dedicated application form.
|Sponsor||research support section|
Research Information Section,IT Promotion Division, Information Management Department, Kyoto University
Abstract: The scale of current and future high end systems with wide nodes, many integrated core (MIC) architectures, and heterogeneous processing elements, as well as the increasing system software and architecture complexity, brings a new set of challenges for application developers. These technology changes in the supercomputing industry are forcing computational scientists to face new critical system characteristics that will significantly impact the performance and scalability of applications. In this presentation I will introduce the recent activities and future directions of the Cray Programming Environment, which are being developed and deployed on Cray Clusters and Cray Supercomputers for scalable performance with high programmability. The interactive presentation will cover the new activities and functionality in the Cray Compiling Environment, the Cray tools, including performance, porting, and correctness tools, and the Cray scientific libraries. Finally, I will discuss our roadmap for all areas of the Cray Programming Environment.