What: Free workshop at University of Oklahoma
Application Performance Profiling and Debugging (Remote participation via videoconferencing is available)
When: Tuesday March 8 2016, 8:00am-5:00pm
Where: University of Oklahoma, Norman campus, Four Partners Place (4PP), 3rd Floor Seminar Room, Suite 3065, 301 David L. Boren Blvd. Norman, OK 73019
Contact: Henry Neeman (email@example.com)
DETAILS:* For application developers
— Measuring and improving application performance.
— Scientific debugging – applying best practices to fix difficult
bugs at all scales.This hands-on course uses HPC debugger and profiler tool suites:
— Sample code will be provided – but having access to
participant’s code will be better!
— For MPI, CUDA, OpenMP and Intel Xeon Phi applications.
* Performance OptimizationUse HPC code optimization tools to get your application running
faster and scaling higher:
— Profile your code and see the bottlenecks and the performance
opportunity.Explore performance problems including:
— MPI and work imbalance.
— The memory wall and vectorization
— OpenMP synchronization costs.* Scientific Debugging
Learn the art and the science of high performance debugging:
— Using HPC code development tools on real applications.
— Using a debugger to save time.
— Learn techniques of debugging to shorten the time even further.