TREX at the virtual PRACE booth @ISC 2021
Bringing together more than 3,500 attendees and exhibitors, ISC 2021 Digital will undeniably be the largest virtual community get together for high performance computing (HPC), machine learning (ML) and high performance data analytics (HPDA) this year.
The event offers a unique program that combines crucial topics with engaging presentation styles and lively discussions. Making sure attendees start and end their day cheerfully, we have also built some fun activities into the program.
Showcasing TREX innovative HPC usage during the virtual exhibition
PRACE organised a joint virtual exhibition area in ISC High Performance 2021 Digital!
TREX will join the event in the dedicated virtual PRACE booth at ISC2021, which will be open to all organisations interested in learning about new products and technologies, exchanging ideas with their peers, making new connections, and advancing their careers and finding the best solutions to their business and research challenges in particular within the framework of the EuroHPC program.
On 2 July at 14:30 – 14:45, visit our virtual booth and take advantage of exascale machines through the use of our HPC software. TREX team will review the presentation progress along the three following axes:
- TREXIO: A common I/O library and file format for easily exchanging data between applications, facilitating high-throughput computing workflows,
- QMCkl: A library of computational kernels specific to QMC applications written together by QMC and HPC experts, taking advantage of both CPUs and GPUs,
- An integrated workflow including performance analysis (MAQAO) and numerical accuracy measurements (Verificarlo) to be used for the development of QMC kernels and more generally for improving the applications. In particular, we plan to identify the best performance usage of QMCkl and also to adjust the performance with numerical precision requirements.
Please join us in the virtual PRACE booth. Browse through the agenda of the mini-presentations coming from PRACE and other HPC centres of excellence.