1st Workshop on Heterogeneous Memory Systems (HMEM)

Recording of the workshop is available here.

Collocated with ICS2020


This workshop will serve as a forum to present and discuss ongoing research around heterogeneous memory systems. Topics include, but are not limited to: architectural considerations, middleware, programming models, runtime systems, tools, operating system developments, use cases, early experiences, etc.


Registration is free. Please click here for the registration form. Apologies, registration is already full.


Note: All times are in CEST timezone.

15:00 Welcome Antonio J. Peña (BSC), Harald Servat (Intel)
15:00 Libmemkind - Heap Manager for Heterogeneous Memory Architectures Michal Biesek (Intel)
15:30 An Ecosystem of Tools for Broad Heterogeneous Memory Usage Marc Jordà (BSC)
16:00 Abstractions for Data Management in Heterogeneous Systems Tim Dykes (HPE)
16:30 Seamlessly Embracing Memory Heterogeneity in HPC João Pedro Barreto (Técnico Lisboa)
17:00 Break  
17:30 Exploiting non-volatile memory for large scale computational simulation Adrian Jackson (The University of Edinburgh) and Hans-Christian Hoppe (Intel)
18:00 Panel: "The future of heterogeneous memories" All Speakers; Moderator: Marie-Christine Sawley (Intel)
19:00 Closing Antonio J. Peña (BSC), Harald Servat (Intel)



General Chairs

Antonio J. Peña, BSC

Harald Servat, Intel

Steering Committee

Marie-Christine Sawley, Intel

Jesus Labarta, BSC

Eduard Ayguadé, BSC