Programme Computing for SKA Colloquium

C4SKA 2020 Programme

Day 1 - 13 February

9.30am

Registration

10.00am

Opening and welcome

10.05am

Nick Rees, SKA Office – SKA Software Management

10.45am

TEA BREAK (30 min)

11.15am

Will Kamp, AUT HPCRL – NRC Canada: Visibility into CSP and SDP Data Transport

11.35am

Andrew Ensor, AUT HPCRL – Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) for Data Movement in the SKA

11.55am

Seth Hall, AUT HPCRL – Gain Calibration and the Imaging Pipeline in the SKA

12.15pm

LUNCH (60 min)

1.15pm

Adam Campbell, AUT HPCRL – GPU-Accelerated Visibility Prediction: DFT vs. Degridding

1.35pm

Mingshuang Wu, Compucon – SDP Imaging Pipeline Benchmarking

1.55pm

Nicolas Monnier, Centrale Supelec, France - Parallelization of DDFacet on distributed HPC System

2.15pm

TEA BREAK (30 min)

2.45pm

TN Chan, Compucon – New Technologies for SDP Computing

3.05pm

Piers Harding - Universal Computing for Science

3.25pm

Discussion

4.00pm

CLOSE DAY

6.30pm

DINNER at Four Points by Sheraton, 396 Queen Street. Main entrance 110 Mayoral Drive.

Day 2 - 14 February

9.30am

Door open

10.00am

10.45am

TEA BREAK (30 min)

11.15am

Caterina Tiburzi, ASTRON – Low-Frequency Pulsar Science

11.35am

Willem van Straten, AUT IRASR – Polyphase Filterbank Inversion for Pulsar Timing

11.55am

Oliver Sinnen, University of Auckland – Fresnel Integrals in Pulsar Search with FPGA OpenCL

12.15pm

LUNCH (60 min)

1.15pm

Anthony Griffin, AUT HPCRL and Afiq Abdul Hamid, AUT IRASR - Detecting RFI in Pulsar Profiles using Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs)

1.35pm

Stuart Weston, AUT IRASR – LRPY Algorithms for Multi-wavelength Cross Identification of Celestial Objects

1.55pm

Chris Clarkson, ATOS Australia - SKA Project:  Toward Long Term Collaboration

2.15pm

TEA BREAK (30 min)

2.45pm

Jean-Francois Nezan, IETR, France - How Programming Models can Manage the Problem of Scaling

3.05pm

Discussion

4.00pm

CLOSE DAY