At ISC, Intel® Technologies Unleash the Intertwined Future of AI and HPC

first_img15:0015:2015:40PANEL: HPC in ManufacturingIT Transformation for Industrial CompetitivenessMarie-Christine Sawley,IntelGerd Buttner, AirbusWim Slagter, ANSYS®TBD, GridcoreRolf Fischer, Intes, 19:45The Power of Neptune: How to Increase Performance & Reduce Energy ConsumptionVinod Kamath, Patrick Moakley and Lidia Wojdat,Lenovo 19:15Hybrid HPCJean-Luc Assor, Lori IngleHPE 11:0011:2011:40PANEL: Intel Select Solutions – Intro to Professional VisualizationJim Jeffers,IntelDan Stanzione , TACC, TX Luis Paulo Santos, Univ of Porto, Portugal Francesco Ruffino, Amazon  Michael Migliore, Kitware  Ullrich Becker-Lemgau and Werner Krotz-Vogel, Intel 17:00What’s new with Intel® Omni-Path ArchitectureSusan Bobholz, Intel TIMETopicHost/Speakers Guest 13:003D Convolutional GANs for fast detector simulationSofia Vallecorsa, Federico Carminati, and Gulrukh Khattak, CERN 17:0017:2017:40HPC in the CloudUser Panel: How do Users Consume Cloud Services? Customer Experiences in Consuming HPC Solutions from the Cloud. What Sets the Players Apart?  Does it Support Hybrid?  What about GDPR?Ullrich Becker-Lemgau,IntelAndrew Cusick, DXCTony Spagnuolo, RescaleGisli Kr. , AdvaniaMark Parsons, EPCC, University of EdinburghKarlheinz Pischke, Microsoft Azure 10:2010:4011:00PANEL: HPC Workloads/Apps  – Skylake & OPAAswathy Nair, IntelWim Slagter, ANSYS®Keith Foston, SiemensPiush Patel, AltairSameer Shende, University of Oregon 17:00Accelerating modern physics simulations with FPGAsTobias Kenter and Christian Plessl, Paderborn University 13:20Advances Made in ANSYS Fluent® on Intel® Omni-Path Architecture and Latest Intel® ProcessorsWim Slagter,  ANSYS® 14:0014:2014:40PANEL: HPC in the Cloud – Hybrid HPC, What Works What Not, Cloud HPC Providers Sharing their ViewsBill Magro,IntelJon Thor Kristinsson, AdvaniaDave Hanlon,HPC SA DXCGabriel Broner, RescaleGeoff Newell, Appsbroker  Hugo Meiland, Microsoft 18:0018:2018:40KEYNOTE: Supercomputing: Redefined  (in Panorama 2) Dr. Raj Hazra, Corporate Vice President at Intel 13:40The Exascale Deep Learning and Simulation Enabled Precision Medicine for Cancer ProjectThomas Brettin, Rick Stevens, and Fangfang Xia, Argonne National Lab 12:0012:2012:40PANEL:Innovative NVM Solutions for HPC Storage and MemoryAndrey Kudryavtsev,IntelSven Oehme, Spectrum Scale ResearchZivan Ori, Dualport NVMe Storage, E8 StorageDr. Alexander Moskovsky, General Manager, RSC TechnologiesVladimir Mironov, Senior Researcher, Lomonosov Moscow State University TIMETopicHost/Speakers Guest 14:40EXHIBIT HALL OPENS 15:00 16:00Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor FamilyVladimir Kostarev, Intel 16:20Harness the Power of Supercomputing in the CloudGirish Bhatia and Stacey Mccallum, Cray 09:40EXHIBIT HALL OPENS 10:00 a.m. 17:20Application performance and scaling on OPAJeffrey Salmond, University of Cambridge 13:40Application OptimizationCase analysis of large-scaled on Xeon + OmniPath HPCJerry Liu, Inspur 15:00Intel Optane and NVM solutions for HPCAndrey Kudryavtsev, Intel MONDAY, June 25th 15:20Towards a modular supercomputer architecture for HPC and Data AnalyticsNorbert Eicker, Morris Riedel, and Hans-Christian Hoppe, Juelich Supercomputing Center and Intel 14:20Swarm64 S64DA – Accelerate high-performance data processing and analyticsJuri Schmidt,Swarm64 AS 10:00Fast and Accurate Training of an AI Radiologist on Intel Xeon-based Dell EMC SupercomputersLucas Wilson, Alex Filby, Nishanth Dandapanthula, Onur Celebioglu, Valeriu Codreanu and Damian Podareanu,Dell/EMC, SURFsara 11:40Intuitive Visual Performance Modeling & Tuning – Using Roofline Analysis for Performance TuningZakhar Matveev and Mike Lee,Intel 17:20OpenHPC Deep Dive: What’s New in PBS Pro v18Piush Patel and Bill Nitzberg, Altaircenter_img 15:0015:2015:40PANEL: Women in HPC: Diversity ChallengesSusan Bobholz,IntelToni Collis, Women in HPC Carolyn Coke Reed Devany, Data VortexMarie-Christine Sawley, Intel 12:0012:2012:40PANEL: Convergence of AI and HPCBinay Ackalloor,IntelProf. David Keyes, KAUSTVikram Saletore, IntelValeriu Codreanu, SURFsara B.V.Gaurav Kaul, AmazonSofia Vallecorsa, CERN 14:40HPC for industrial applications on Intel® platformsR. Fischer, M. Ast, H. Manz,INTES – Ingenieurgesellschaft für technische Software GmbHand M. Klemm, Intel 19:30MEGWARE HPC Clusters, an Energy Efficient Intel® Select Solution for Simulation and ModelingAxel Auweter,MEGWARE Computer Vertrieb und Service GmbH 19:00Building a Balanced Artificial Intelligence SystemPamela Sufi,Penguin Computing 16:40Hyper-converged and ultra-compact RSC Tornado solution for HPC, datacenter and cloudAlexey Shmelev, RSC Group 17:40Designing efficient big memory systems in HPCAndrey Kudryavtsev, Intel 16:00Dell EMC Solutions, in partnership with Intel, are providing the infrastructure to enable a broader definition of HPCAdnan Khaleel and Monika Gupta, Dell/EMC 18:00 EXHIBIT CLOSES 18:00 TIMETopicHost/Speakers Guest TUESDAY, June 26th – Industrial Day 10:40Recent advances in OSPRay rendering in ParaViewDavid Demarle,Michael Miglioreand Joachim Pouderoux,Kitware SAS 16:40True HPC Cloud (IaaS): The Holy Grail of HPCGisli Kr. and Jon Thor Kristinsson,Advania Intel is excited to be a part of ISC High Performance 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, June 25–28. ISC brings together academic and commercial disciplines to share knowledge in the field of high performance computing. Our presence at the event will include keynotes, sessions, and booth demos that will be focused on the future of HPC technology, including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and visualization. Also featured in the Intel booth: The Intel Collaboration Hub hosting eight in-booth panel discussions and 25 Intel and partner presentations.Throughout Intel’s presence at ISC, we will showcase how the industry and the world are entering an advanced era of HPC that now includes AI technologies. The data and algorithmic innovations powered with deep learning have led to a sharp increase in the need for compute. As deep learning and other AI techniques evolve with massive data sets and image sizes, they will continue to require high compute power that scales to the size of HPC infrastructures. Intel will showcase how it’s helping AI developers, data scientists and HPC programmers transform industries such as healthcare, retail and finance by tapping into HPC to power the AI solutions of today and the future.Let’s take a look at a few key sessions and demos presented by Intel. We’ll also discuss where and how to engage with Intel at the show.Key Intel SessionsKeynote: Supercomputing Circa 2025Dr. Raj Hazra, Corporate Vice President at Intel, will discuss emerging technologies that will accelerate discovery and innovation. The convergence of AI, analytics and simulation and modeling provide new opportunities and challenges for every organization and will require new system architecture for HPC. Dr. Hazra will explore new system level architecture approaches that will help global HPC leaders reach new breakthroughs in system performance and capabilities.Speaker: Raj Hazra, Corporate Vice President at IntelDate: Monday, June 25, 2018Time: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m.Location: Panorama 2, ForumKeynote at the HP-CAST Event: New Era in HPCTrish Damkroger, Vice President, Data Center Group, General Manager, Technical Computing Initiative, Enterprise and Government at Intel will keynote at the HP-CAST, HPE’s user group meeting for high performance computing on the New Era in HPC. She will discuss the changing landscape of technical computing, key trends in HPC, and the convergence of HPC-AI-HPDA that is transforming the industry and ensuring technical computing continues to fulfill its potential as a scientific tool for insight and innovation. Trish will also provide an overview of Intel’s technical computing strategy, products, and ecosystem collaborations that are driving this transformation.Speaker: Trish Damkroger, Vice President, Data Center Group, General Manager, Technical Computing Initiative, Enterprise and Government at IntelThis keynote will take place at the HP-CAST event.Machine Learning Day at ISCWithin the last few years, machine learning has become a vital topic within the HPC community. Vendors see the development as an opportunity to expand their high-performance solutions into a new and fast-growing market, and traditional HPC users are incorporating these techniques into their workflows to speed processing and extract greater insights. ISC High Performance will provide a special focus on this subject matter with a one-day track on Wednesday, June 27, where Pradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow at Intel Labs and the Director of the Parallel Computing Lab, will speak in the following session:Session: On Scale-out Deep Learning Training for Cloud and HPCPradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow at Intel Labs and the Director of the Parallel Computing Lab will be one of the featured speakers for Machine Learning Day at ISC. He will discuss how the exponential growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning (DL) has accelerated the need for training deep neural networks in hours or even minutes. This can only be achieved through scalable and efficient distributed training, since a single node/card cannot satisfy the compute, memory, and I/O requirements of today’s state-of-the-art neural networks. However, scaling Stochastic Gradient Descent (SGD) is still a challenging problem and requires continued research/development. This entails innovations spanning algorithms, frameworks, communication libraries, and system design. In this talk, Pradeep will describe the philosophy, design, and implementation of Intel Machine Learning Scalability Library (MLSL), support in popular DL frameworks, and present proof-points demonstrating scaling DL training on 100s to 1000s of nodes across Cloud and HPC systems.Speaker: Pradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow at Intel LabsSession: Scalable Machine Learning SystemsTime: Wednesday, June 27, 1:45 to 2:15 p.m.Location: Panorama 2Intel booth activities located in Messe Frankfurt, Hall 3 (upper level) F-930The Intel Collaboration Hub, located inside the Intel booth, will be the place to get updates from Intel, meet experts, experience panel discussions, and see the latest from Intel. Below are two panel discussion highlights. Click the link below to see the full schedule:Panel: Intel® Select Solutions – Intro to Professional Visualization Hosts: Jeff Jeffers, Senior Director, Senior Principle Engineer, Visualization Engineering at Intel; Ullrich Becker-Lemgau, Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel; and Werner Krotz-Vogel, Technical Marketing Manager, IntelTime: 11 a.m.Location: Intel Collaboration Hub inside the Intel boothPanel: Convergence of AI and HPCHost: Binay Ackalloor, Director, Business Development, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning at IntelTime: 12 p.m.Location: Intel Collaboration Hub inside the Intel boothPlease see the full schedule of the Intel Collaboration Hub speakers and panels below. Intel ISC Booth DemosDemo: AI on IA—Brain Tumor SegmentationSee an interactive demo of a solution built by Intel to help identify brain tumors. This solution uses deep CNNs to segment brain tumors in 2D MRI images, using 2016 Brain and Tumor Segmentation (BraTS) dataset and containing 31,000 2D MRI scans at 240×240 pixel resolution. Each brain has 255 slices, and the dataset represents ~120 individuals. Intel will deliver a flexible deployment architecture that provides great performance and T.C.O for GE Imaging C.T. group to deliver deep learning applications for their imaging modalities. The result is a trained model that is able to segment brain tumors just as well as a neuroradiologist. Intel then passes along the final MRI images and segmentation maps to EchoPixel* for visualization.Demo: Defined VisualizationSee the latest Intel® Select Solution that uses software-defined visualization and state-of-the-art Intel ingredients for modeling with visualization of even the most complex and large data sizes. The demo will showcase automotive CFD Analysis with OpenFOAM*, ParaView v5.5* using OSPRay* to demonstrate high visual fidelity of software-defined visualization using ray tracing to display an animation of airflow over a moving vehicle.Demo: Application Acceleration with FPGA This demo is built around the Intel® Programmable Acceleration Card with Intel® Arria® 10 GX FPGA (Intel® PAC with Intel® Arria® 10 GX FPGA) and demonstrates how FPG-based processing provides high performance and low power. See how to dynamically configure an FPGA to run multiple functions or workloads using partial reconfiguration. The workloads run on the FPGA will be file compression, genome sequencing, image recognition, and video segmentation. The demo will use the Intel® PAC with Intel® Arria 10 GX FPGA, a robust collection of software, firmware, and tools to make it easier to use Intel® FPGAs for workload optimization. The Acceleration Stack abstracts the FPGA design, enabling software application developers to leverage the benefits of FPGAs.Demo: Distributed Deep Reinforcement Learning on CPUAn Adam optimization algorithm with a batch size of up to 2048 is a viable choice for carrying out large scale machine learning computations. See how this optimization is used to train an Atari agent to play games, which resulted in substantially decreasing the training time. The results were collected using a multi-node Intel® Xeon® processor-based cluster (formerly codenamed Haswell) and the optimized TensorFlow* for Intel® architecture. We will demonstrate the progress of the training model, including detailed hardware configuration and software stack, as well as visualization of all critical parameters of the training algorithm and their progress over time.At ISC, see how Intel is leading the way in the convergence of AI and HPC, and partnering with organizations to create solutions that are solving the problems of today and tomorrow. You can engage with us in various sessions (see the ISC schedule) and in the Intel booth (Messe Frankfurt, Hall 3 (upper level) F-930). You can also follow and engage with us on social media @IntelHPC and follow the #ISC18 hashtag.The full Intel Collaboration Hub schedule (taking place in Messe Frankfurt, Hall 3 (upper level) F-930):  17:40Exploiting HPC Technologies to Accelerate Big Data Processing and Associated Deep LearningDhabaleswar Panda and Xiaoyi Lu, Ohio State University WEDNESDAY, June 27th – Machine Learning Day 13:20Scaling up Deep Learning on SupercomputersDamian Podareanu, Valeriu Codreanu, SURFsaraVikram Saletore,Intel 13:00TAU Performance System and TAU Commander*Sameer Shende,University of Oregon 13:00VENDOR SHOWDOWN (in Panorama 3)Nash Palaniswamy 10:20Moving to Skylake and Beyond with the latest Intel® Compilers v19.0Keith Perrin, MSC Software 18:00 EXHIBIT CLOSES 18:00 11:20Moving to Skylake and Beyond with the Latest Intel Compilers v19.0Fabio Baruffa,Intel 14:00Next Generation MPI – Intel® MPI Library 2019 Technical PreviewDmitry Durnov and Mike Lee, Intel 16:20Interactive Supercomputing to Enable Machine Learning at Lincoln LaboratoryAlbert Reuther,Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10:00EXHIBIT HALL OPENS 10:00 a.m. 16:0016:2016:40OpenMP Panel: API Version 5.0 is Knocking at your Door – Grill the ARBMike Klemm, Intel Host Christian Terboven, RWTH AachenMartin Schulz, Technical University of MunichBarbara Chapman, Stony Brook UniversityXavier Teruel, Barcelona Supercomputing Center 15:40BigDL: Distributed Deep Learning on Apache Spark*Michael Steyer, Intellast_img

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