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Day 1 - CERCS Alumni Day
Wednesday, Mar. 30
Klaus Advanced Computing Building 1116
226 Ferst Drive, NW, Atlanta 30332-0765

2:30-3:00PMCoffee and Cookies
3:00-5:00PMPanel with Alumni and Faculty
Ling Liu - Moderator

Alumni Panelists
James Caverlee, TAMU
Sek Chai, SRI International
Raj Krishnamurthy, IBM Lab
Vibhore Kumar, IBM TJ Watson
Steve Lacy, Google Inc.
Gerald Lofstead, Sandia Labs
Vernard Martin, Emory Univ.
Lakshmish Ramaswamy, UGA
Patrick Widener, Emory Univ.
Li Xiong, Emory Univ.

Day 2 - CERCS IAB Meeting and Workshop on Asymmetric Multicore Systems
Thursday, Mar. 31
Klaus Advanced Computing Building 1116
226 Ferst Drive, NW, Atlanta 30332-0765

8:15-8:45AMRegistration and Breakfast
8:45-9:00AMWelcome and Introduction, Sudhakar Yalamanchili
9:00-10:30AMSESSION I: Systems and Architecture
Session Chair: Sudhakar Yalamanchili
  • Fusion and the Future of Heterogeneous Computing, Norm Rubin, AMD
  • Embedded Vision Workloads for Asymmetric MultiCore and Heterogeneous Processors, Sek Chai, SRI International
  • Asymmetric Multicore Processors in Datacenters: Opportunities and Challenges, Vishal Gupta, School of Computer Science
11:00-12:00PMKeynote: Heterogeous Computing and Why?
Ganapati Srinivasa, Intel
12:00-1:00PMLunch and Discussions
1:00-2:30PMSESSION II: Memory Systems
Session Chair: Ada Gavrilovska
  • Heterogeity and Memory: There's Plenty of Room at the Top (and Bottom), Arun Rodrigues, Sandia National Laboratories
  • Putting Phase Change Memory into Practice for Memory Hierarchies, Hsien-Hsin Lee, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Challenges in Programming for Heterogeneous Architectures, Hyesoon Kim, School of Computer Science
3:00-4:30PMSESSION III: Systems and Software
Session Chair: Karsten Schwan
  • Resource Management Challenges in Asymmetric Multicore Systems, Vishakha Gupta, School of Computer Science
  • Thoughts on Systems Software for an Asymmetric ExaScale Machine, Rob Knauerhase, Intel
  • Execution Portability via Dynamic Translation, Greg Diamos, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering/NVIDIA
5:00-7:00PMPoster Session
7:00-9:00PMWorkshop Visitors, CERCS Industry and Advisory Board Dinner
Peachtree Club, 990 Peachtree St. NE / 28th Floor (Main dining room)

Day 3 - CERCS IAB Meeting and Future Enterprise Systems
Friday, Apr. 1
Klaus Advanced Computing Building 1116
226 Ferst Drive, NW, Atlanta 30332-0765

8:30-9:00AMRegistration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:45AMWelcome / Introductions / Overview of Activities, Karsten Schwan, CERCS Director
9:45-10:45AMSESSION I: Future Enterprise Systems and Applications
Session Chair: Greg Eisenhauer
  • From Web Applications to Utility Clouds, Karsten Schwan
  • System Monitoring, Ling Liu
  • Large Data Applications and Systems, Matt Wolf
  • Smarter Cities, Jay Ramanathan
11:00-12:00PMKeynote: IBM Social Business Technology
Doug Cox, IBM
12:00-1:00PMLunch / Discussions (NSF Evaluations, Vida Scarpello)
1:15-3:00PMPanel on Future of Enterprise Applications, Calton Pu
  • Martin Bravenboer, Logicblox
  • Dejan Milojicic, HP Labs
  • Chuck Bokath, GTRI
  • Achyas Avasthi, Nokia
  • Calton Pu, CERCS, Georgia Tech
3:00-3:30PMWrap-up, Karsten Schwan

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