Node architectures of extreme-scale systems are rapidly increasing in complexity. Emerging homogeneous and heterogeneous designs provide massive multi-level parallelism, but developing efficient runtime systems and middleware that allow applications to efficiently and productively exploit these architectures is extremely challenging. Moreover, current state-of-the-art approaches may become unworkable once energy consumption, resilience, and data movement constraints are added. The goal of this workshop is to attract the international research community to share new and bold ideas that will address the challenges of design, implementation, deployment, and evaluation of future runtime systems and middleware.


General Chairs
Shuaiwen Leon Song, University of Sydney
Guang R Gao, University of Delaware
Barbara Chapman, Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University
Joshua Suetterlein, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
EunJung Park, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Program Chairs
Shirley Moore, OakRidge National Laboratory, USA
Joseph Manzano, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Publicity Chair:
Jiajia Li, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Publication Chair:
Jose Monsalve Diaz, University of Delaware, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
European Liaison:
Marc Casas, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain

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