The EuroMPI conference is the preeminent meeting for users, developers and researchers to interact and discuss new developments and applications of the Message Passing Interface (MPI). This includes new proposed concepts and extensions to the MPI standard, libraries and languages built in top of MPI, interfaces to other standards in parallel programming, applications and optimizations to new architectures and networks, novel algorithms, and tools, with particular focus on quality, portability, performance, and scalability. The annual meeting has a long, rich tradition, and has been held since 1994.
Through the presentation of contributed papers, posters and invited talks, the meeting will provide ample opportunities for attendees to interact and share ideas and experiences to contribute to the improvement and furthering of message-passing and related parallel programming paradigms.
In 2021, EuroMPI will take place at Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) in Garching near Munich.
EuroMPI 2021 will have a renewed focus on new developments and applications of the Message Passing Interface (MPI). This includes new proposed concepts and extensions to the MPI standard, libraries and languages built on top of MPI, interfaces to other standards in parallel programming, applications and optimizations to new architectures and networks, novel algorithms, and tools, with particular focus on quality, portability, performance, and scalability.
We invite high-quality, full and short paper submissions on all topics related to MPI. Papers will be reviewed for quality, originality, clarity, correctness, technical strength, and relevance to the topics of the meeting. Reviews are blind (but not double-blind), the names of the authors will be seen by the program committee.
To be considered, papers must be formatted according to the "sigconf" style in the ACM 2017 Template and up to 10 pages in length (full paper) or up to 5 pages in length (short and position papers) in PDF format, however shorter papers are welcome.
The page limit includes figures, tables, and appendices, but does not include references, for which there is no page limit. Margins and font sizes should not be modified. Submissions will be handled via EasyChair.
|Abstracts due:||May 14th, 2021 *EXTENDED*|
|Submissions due:||May 17th, 2021 *EXTENDED*|
|Author notification:||June 28th, 2021|
|Final submissions due:||August 14th, 2021|
We focus on all topics related to MPI. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Efficient and scalable implementations of MPI libraries.
Scalability of MPI for Exascale and beyond
Interactions of MPI with accelerators (including GPUs, FPGAs and Quantum Systems)
Support in MPI for modern network hardware and in-network compute
Extensions to MPI, alternative interfaces and solutions.
New, parallel MPI-I/O mechanisms optimizations, incl. near storage compute.
Hybrid and heterogeneous programming with MPI and other interfaces.
Interactions between MPI and other parallel programming standards
MPI-based concepts for new workloads, including AI and data-intensive applications.
Fault tolerance in and with MPI
MPI parallel programming in clouds and non-dedicated systems.
Performance evaluation for MPI libraries and MPI-based applications.
Automatic performance tuning of MPI applications and implementations.
Verification of message-passing applications, implementations and protocols.
The program will be published at a later date.
The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) proudly stands at the forefront of its field as a world-class IT service and computing user facility serving Munich’s top universities and colleges as well as research institutions in Bavaria, Germany and Europe. As an institute of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, LRZ has provided a robust, holistic IT infrastructure for its users throughout the scientific community for nearly sixty years. It offers the complete range of resources, services, consulting and support - from email, web servers and Internet access to virtual machines, cloud solutions, data storage and the Munich Scientific Network (MWN).
Home to SuperMUC-NG, LRZ is part of Germany’s Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) and serves as part of the nation’s backbone for the advanced research and discovery possible through high-performance computing (HPC). In addition to current systems, LRZ’s Future Computing Group focuses on the evaluation of emerging Exascale-class architectures and technologies, development of highly scalable machine learning and artificial intelligence applications, and system integration of quantum acceleration with supercomputing systems.
In short: There is lots to see and experience at LRZ. We are looking forward to welcoming to the EuroMPI 2021!
The organizing committee is monitoring the world-wide covid situation closely. We are currently planning for an in-person conference, but may switch to a
hybrid in-person/virtual or full virtual format should the situation in September 2021 require it, to make EuroMPI'21 a safe and productive meeting.
Registration will be combined with the registration for the MPI Forum, which will take place September 8-10th, 2021.
More information will be available at a later time.