SPLASH 2020
Sun 15 - Sat 21 November 2020 Online Conference
Mon 16 Nov 2020 10:45 - 11:15 at SPLASH-V - HILT workshop Monday sessions Chair(s): Tucker Taft, Luis Miguel Pinho, Richard Wai

Hardware double precision is often insufficient to solve large scientific problems accurately. Computing with software defined extended precision can cause significant computational overhead. The application of parallel algorithms compensates for this overhead.

Monday HILT zoom roomMonday HILT YouTubeHILT Clowdr Break Room

Conference Day
Mon 16 Nov

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09:00 - 13:00
HILT workshop Monday sessionsHILT at SPLASH-V
Chair(s): Tucker TaftAdaCore, United States, Luis Miguel PinhoISEP P.PORTO, Richard WaiANNEXI-STRAYLINE

Monday HILT zoom roomMonday HILT YouTubeHILT Clowdr Break Room

09:00
60m
Keynote
Monday Keynote: What's new with the OpenMP API Version 5.1
HILT
Michael KlemmOpenMP ARB
10:00
15m
Coffee break
Monday early coffee break
HILT

10:15
30m
Talk
A Layered Mapping of Ada 202X to OpenMP
HILT
Tucker TaftAdaCore, United States
10:45
30m
Talk
Parallel Multiple Double Precision to Solve Polynomial Systems
HILT
Jan VerscheldeUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
11:15
15m
Coffee break
Monday later coffee break
HILT

11:30
30m
Talk
Using the Tapir Compiler Intermediate Representation to Support Efficient Parallel Languages
HILT
TB SchardlMIT CSAIL
12:00
60m
Other
Monday Panel: OpenMP for High Integrity systems: Moving responsibility from users to vendors
HILT
P: Sara RoyuelaBarcelona Supercomputing Center, P: Michael KlemmOpenMP ARB, P: Eduardo QuiñonesBarcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), P: Tucker TaftAdaCore, United States, P: Dirk ZiegenbeinRobert Bosch GmbH