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Talks and Presentations

  • OPS and OpenSBLI Training/Hackathon. July 2023 Organized as par of the ExCALIBUR Project on Turbulent Flow Simulations at the Exascale : Application to Wind Energy and Green Aviation [Training Material]
  • Evolutionary Re-Engineering of an Industrial HPC Application with OP-DSL. Key note talk at the Euro-Par 2022 Workshop on Domain Specific Languages (22nd August 2022) Glasgow Scotland - [slides]
  • Evolving HPC Applications for Performance Portability – Lessons Learnt from OP-DSLs, Invited Talk at the UK Turbulence Consortium Annual Review Meeting 2022 (28 March 2022) - [slides]
  • Separation of Concerns for Performance Portability and the wider context of the UK ExCALIBUR Programme Invited Talk at the Centre for Computational Plasma Physics 2022 Symposium (25 March 2022) - [slides]
  • Evolutionary Re-Engineering of Multi-Physics Industrial HPC Applications with OP-DSLs - Invited Talk at the SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (PP22) - Code Generation and Transformation in HPC on Heterogeneous Platforms (Feb 2022) [slides]
  • Multi-Layered Abstractions for Performance Portability -Lessons Learnt and Challenges - Invited Talk at the Computing Insight UK 2021  conference (Dec 2021) [slides][video]
  • Podcasts (Nov 2020) on “Turbulence at the exascale” as part of the UK ExCALIBUR project [video]
  • Bridging the Complexity Gap in Exascale Simulation Software Development Through High-level Domain Specific Languages - Invited Talk at the Joint conference on Domain-Specific Languages in High-Performance Computing and Intelligent Sensor Data Analysis for Smart Systems, Esztergom Hungary (Oct 2020) - [slides][video]
  • Where Domain Specific Abstractions are Delivering Portability and Performance - Invited Talk at the Centre for Computational Plasma Physics 2019 Symposium (1 July 2019) - [slides]
  • The Oxford Parallel Domain Specific Libraries for Performance Portable Application Development - Invited Talk at the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) All-hands Meeting (18th April 2018) - [slides]
  • Towards a Paradigm-shift in How we Develop Parallel High-Performance Computing Applications - Invited Talk at the Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick (3rd March 2016) - [slides]
  • High-level Abstractions for Performance, Portability and Continuity of Hydrocodes on Future Computing Systems - Many-Core seminar at the University of Oxford e-Research Centre (21st May 2014) - [slides]