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  • Valladolid

    March 2021

    Parallel computing conference
  • Parallel Computing

    Parallel computing conference
  • Distributed and Network-Based Computing

    Parallel computing conference
  • Big Data

    Parallel computing conference
  • Programming Models and Tools

    Parallel computing conference
  • Concurrent Algorithms

    Parallel computing conference
  • Advances Algorithms and Applications

    Parallel computing conference
  • Concurrent Algorithms

    Parallel computing conference

Online platform

IMPORTANT: All registered participants, chairs, and keynote speakers, will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to access the conference platform. All speakers must be online during the broadcasting of their videos, in order to respond to subsequent questions. Failure in doing so without justification may affect the publication of the work in the conference proceedings.


Conference Program

IMPORTANT: All times are expressed in Central European Time (CET), that is, GMT+1. It is critical that participants do not mistake session times. For timezone conversion, please click here.


Wednesday, March 9th

9:00-9:20 Welcome to PDP 2022 and general information

9:20-10:15 Keynote Speaker: Nick Brown (The University of Edinburgh)

Title: Accelerating HPC codes on FPGAs: Will 2022 be the breakthrough year?
See more info and abstract

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-12:00 Session 1: Parallel programming, models and tools

  • An efficient compilation of coarse-grained reconfigurable architectures utilizing pre-optimized sub-graph mappings. Ayaka Ohwada, Takuya Kojima and Hideharu Amano
  • Evaluating Micro-batch and Data Frequency for Stream Processing Applications on Multi-cores. Adriano Garcia, Dalvan Griebler, Claudio Schepke and Luiz Fernandes
  • ESCA: Effective System Call Aggregation for Event-Driven Servers. Yu-Cheng Cheng, Ching-Chun Huang and Chia-Heng Tu
  • NAS Parallel Benchmark Kernels with Python: A performance and programming effort analysis focusing on GPUs. Daniel Di Domenico, Gerson Cavalheiro and Joao Vicente Ferreira Lima
  • (Short Paper) Towards Parallel Data Stream Processing on System-on-Chip CPU+GPU Devices. Gabriele Mencagli, Dalvan Griebler and Marco Danelutto

12:00-13:30 Lunch Break

13:30-15:00 Session 2: High-performance Computing Applications

  • Towards Portable Realizations of Winograd-based Convolution with Vector Intrinsics and OpenMP. Adrián Castelló, Manuel F. Dolz and Enrique S. Quintana-Orti.
  • A Parallel Approximation Algorithm for the Steiner Forest Problem. Laleh Ghalami and Daniel Grosu
  • Exploiting Vector Extensions to Accelerate Time Series Analysis. Ricardo Quislant, Ivan Fernandez, Eduardo Serralvo, Eladio Gutiérrez and Oscar Plata
  • (Short Paper) A Neural Network to Estimate Isolated Performance from Multi-Program Execution. Manel Lurbe, Josué Feliu, Salvador Petit, Maria E. Gomez and Julio Sahuquillo

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-16:45 Session 3: Distributed Computing

  • A Heuristic for Constructing Minimum Average Stretch Spanning Tree Using Betweenness Centrality. Sinchan Sengupta, Sathya Peri, Vipul Aggarwal and Ambey Kumari Gupta
  • Accelerating Distributed Deep Reinforcement Learning by In-Network Experience Sampling. Masaki Furukawa and Hiroki Matsutani
  • (Short Paper) RISCLESS: A Reinforcement Learning Strategy to Guarantee SLA on Cloud Ephemeral and Stable Resources. Sidahmed Yalles, Mohamed Handaoui, Jean-Emile Dartois, Laurent D'Orazio, Olivier Barais and Jalil Boukhobza
  • (Short Paper) SeRSS: a storage mesh architecture to build serverless reliable storage services. Diana Carrizales-Espinoza, Dante Sánchez-Gallegos, J. L. González-Compean, Jesus Carretero and Ricardo Marcelin-Jimenez


Thursday, March 10th

9:00-10:30 Session 4: Parallel Computing

  • Anatomy of the BLIS Family of Algorithms for Matrix Multiplication. Adrián Castelló, Francisco D. Igual and Enrique S. Quintana-Orti
  • Parallel integer multiplication. Samuel Vivien
  • Predicting the Soft Error Vulnerability of GPGPU Applications, Burak Topçu and Işıl Öz
  • (Short Paper) GraphCL: a framework for execution of data-flow graphs on multi-device platforms, Konrad Moren and Diana Goehringer
  • (Short Paper) Design and Evaluation of Multi-threaded Optimizations for Individual MPI I/O Operations. Raafat Feki and Edgar Gabriel

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-12:15 Session 5: Systems and Architectures (1)

  • Advancing Database System Operators with Near-Data Processing. Sairo Santos, Tiago Rodrigo Kepe, Francis Birck Moreira and Marco A. Z. Alves
  • GraphDEAR: An Accelerator Architecture for Exploiting Cache Locality in Graph Analytics Applications. Siyi Hu, Masaaki Kondo, Yuan He, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Hao Zhang, Jun Zhou and Hiroshi Nakamura
  • DTM-NUCA: Dynamic Texture Mapping-NUCA for Energy-Efficent Graphics Rendering. David Corbalán-Navarro, Juan L. Aragón, Joan-Manuel Parcerisa and Antonio González
  • (Short Paper) dsODENet: Neural ODE and Depthwise Separable Convolution for Domain Adaptation on FPGAs. Hiroki Kawakami, Hirohisa Watanabe, Keisuke Sugiura and Hiroki Matsutani

12:15-13:30 Lunch Break

13:30-15:00 Session 6: Systems and Architectures (2), Cloud computing

  • Analysis of the Interactions Between ILP and TLP With Hardware Transactional Memory. Víctor Nicolás-Conesa, Rubén Titos-Gil, Ricardo Fernández-Pascual, Alberto Ros and Manuel E. Acacio
  • Clustering Datasets in Cloud Computing Environment for User Identification. Shallaw Mohammed Ali and Gábor Kecskeméti
  • (Short Paper) NoaSci: A Numerical Object Array Library for I/O of Scientific Applications on Object Storage. Wei Der Chien, Artur Podobas, Martin Svedin, Andriy Tkachuk, Salem El Sayed, Pawel Herman, Ganesan Umanesan, Sai Narasimhamurthy and Stefano Markidis
  • (Short Paper) A Proposal of Mobility Support for the SimGrid Toolkit: Application to IoT simulations. Elías Del-Pozo-Puñal and Felix Garcia-Carballeira

15:00-15:30 Break

15:30-15:45 A little tribute to Euromicro PDP on its 30th aniversary

15:45-16:45 Keynote Speaker: John Pennycook, Intel Corporation

Title: Tools and Techniques for Driving Performance, Portability, and Productivity
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Friday, March 11th

9:15-10:15 Keynote Speakers: Jesús Escudero-Sahuquillo, Pedro J. García, Universidad de Castilla La Mancha.

Title: Congestion in High-Performance Interconnection Networks of the Exascale era: Impact and Solutions
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10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-12:00 Special session 1a: High-Performance Computing in Modelling and Simulation

  • Parallel OpenMP and OpenACC Mixing Layer Simulation. Hígor Uélinton Silva, Claudio Schepke, Dalmo Paim de Oliveira, Natiele Lucca and Cesar Flaubiano da Cruz Cristaldo
  • A Scalable Architecture Exploiting Elastic Stack and Meta Ensemble of Classifiers for Profiling User Behaviour. Gianluigi Folino, Carla Otranto Godano and Francesco Sergio Pisani
  • Using High Performance Approaches to Covid-19 Vaccines Sentiment Analysis. Areeba Umair and Elio Masciari
  • Load Balancing of the Parallel Execution of Two Dimensional Partitioned Cellular Automata. Andrea Giordano, Francesca Amelia, Salvatore Gigliotti, Rocco Rongo and William Spataro

12:00-13:15 Lunch Break

13:15-15:00 Special session 1b: High-Performance Computing in Modelling and Simulation, and On-chip architectures

  • An Adaptive Cooperative Coevolutionary Algorithm for Parallel Feature Selection in High-Dimensional Datasets. Marjan Firouznia and Giuseppe A. Trunfio
  • A parallel software pipeline to select relevant genes for pathway enrichment. Giuseppe Agapito and Mario Cannataro
  • (Short Paper) Some Experiments on High Performance Anomaly Detection. Michele Ianni and Elio Masciari
  • (Short Paper) Analising the performance of hierarchical collective algorithms on ARM-based multicore clusters. Gladys Utrera, Marisa Gil and Xavier Martorell
  • (Short Paper) A Parallel Implementation of the Triangular Shepard Interpolation Method. Andrea Giordano, Francesco Dell'Accio, Filomena Di Tommaso, Rocco Rongo and William Spataro
  • Mitigating Transceiver and Token Controller Permanent Faults in Wireless Network-on-Chip. Navonil Chatterjee, Marcelo Ruaro, Kevin J. M. Martin and Jean-Philippe Diguet

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-17:15 Special session 2: Security in Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Computing

  • Decision Tree-Based Rule Derivation for Intrusion Detection in Safety-Critical Automotive Systems. Lucas Buschlinger, Roland Rieke, Sanat Sarda and Christoph Krauß
  • SECPAT: Security Patterns for Resilient Automotive E/E Architectures. Christian Plappert, Florian Fenzl, Roland Rieke, Gianpiero Costantino, Marco De Vincenzi and Ilaria Matteucci
  • Towards a Privacy-Aware Electric Vehicle Architecture. Christian Plappert, Jonathan Stancke and Lukas Jäger
  • An approach to formal desription of the user notification scenarios in privacy policies. Mikhail Kuznetzov, Evgenia Novikova and Igor Kotenko
  • Active learning approach for inappropriate information classification in social networks. Dmitry Levshun, Olga Tushkanova and Andrey Chechulin
  • Towards Resilient and Efficient Big Data Storage: Evaluation for a SIEM system Repository Based on HDFS. Igor Saenko and Igor Kotenko

17:15-17:30 Closing of PDP 2022