HCW 2023 Program

The thirty-second Heterogeneity in Computing Workshop (HCW) will be held at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel, St. Petersburg, Florida, on May 15, 2023. This is an in-person workshop requiring prior registration. All times indicated on this page are in the Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4) time zone.

Please note that the following is a preliminary program outline as of March 16, 2023. We plan to publish the final program by March 30, 2023.

Session 1: Introductions and Keynote Presentation (8:45-10 am)

Keynote speaker details to be announced.

Session Chairs: Behrooz Shirazi (Washington State University, US) and Jan Christian Meyer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NO)

Break (10-10:30 am)

Session 2: Heterogeneous Tasks and Workflows (10:30 am-12 pm)

A Task Based Approach for Co-Scheduling Ensemble Workloads on Heterogeneous Nodes
Alok Kamatar (University of Chicago, US), Ryan Friese (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US), Roberto Gioiosa (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US)

Cloud Services Enable Efficient AI-Guided Simulation Workflows across Heterogeneous Resources
Logan Ward (Argonne National Laboratory, US), J. Gregory Pauloski (University of Chicago, US), Valerie Hayot-Sasson (University of Chicago, US), Ryan Chard (Argonne National Laboratory, US), Yadu Babuji (University of Chicago, US), Ganesh Sivaraman (Argonne National Laboratory, US), Sutanay Choudhury (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US), Kyle Chard (University of Chicago, US), Rajeev Thakur (Argonne National Laboratory, US), Ian Foster (Argonne National Laboratory, US)

Remote Execution of OpenCL and SYCL Applications via rOpenCL
Rui Alves (Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, PT), Jose Rufino (Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, PT)

Lunch break (12-1:30 pm)

Session 3: Performance Studies and Programming (1:30-3 pm)

Evaluating Energy Efficiency of GPUs using Machine Learning Benchmarks
Brett Foster (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US), Shubbhi Taneja (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US), Joseph Manzano (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US), Kevin Barker (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US)

CEDR-API: Productive, Performant Programming of Domain-Specific Embedded Systems
Joshua Mack (The University of Arizona, US), Serhan Gener (The University of Arizona, US), Sahil Hassan (The University of Arizona, US), H. Umut Suluhan (The University of Arizona, US), Ali Akoglu (The University of Arizona, US)

Power-aware Computing with Optane Persistent Memory Modules
Anara Kozhokanova (RWTH Aachen University, DE), Bo Wang (RWTH Aachen University, DE), Christian Terboven (RWTH Aachen University, DE), Matthias Müller (RWTH Aachen University, DE)

Break (3-3:30 pm)

Session 4: Panel (3:30-5 pm)

Panel Moderator: H. J. Siegel (Colorado State University, US)

Panelists to be announced.