Arm HPC User Group at ISC22

Thursday, June 2, 2022 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM · 8 hr. 59 min. (Europe/Berlin)
Hall Y5 - 2nd Floor
Exascale SystemsExtreme-Scale ParallelismPerformance Modeling & TuningHeterogeneous HPC Technologies and their Programming ChallengesML Empowering / Optimizing Traditional HPC Codes


The 4th annual Arm HPC Users Group (AHUG) workshop at ISC will enable attendees to take in technical presentations by fellow Arm hardware, application, and software developers and will allow participants to share their own experiences and knowledge about Arm HPC. Attendees will gain insight from experienced developers writing for current Arm systems as well as from vendors and researchers designing the next generation of Arm silicon, tools, and APIs.

Covered topics will include discussions around upcoming hardware, large-scale deployments at government and academic labs, novel application implementations using Arm hardware and software, and implementations of the Arm ecosystem for cloud-based HPC. Relevant content for this workshop includes traditional HPC applications, edge applications with tie-ins to HPC, machine learning and acceleration of AI with newer Arm designs, emerging application areas in bioinformatics and analytics, and many other related topics.

The workshop program will focus on invited presentations and open community submissions to ensure a diversity of talks that cross the many relevant areas of Arm HPC research, development, and deployment. A special lightning session will solicit research specifically done by student researchers as a venue for students to present their work to an interested and engaged audience.

  • Jeffrey Young (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Michèle Weiland (Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC))
  • Steve Poole (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Roxana Rusitoru (Arm)
  • Jonathan Beard (Arm)