Prof. Agosta, the RECIPE Project Technical Manager, was interviewed by The Next Platform. In this video, he talks about the impact of faults in large scale HPC systems and the techniques that RECIPE is exploring to efficiently mitigate them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEuHZxlV7a8&t=2258s
RECIPE has been presented by the PSNC team at the most important Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis. This event gathers around thousands of researchers, scientists and professionals from all over the world to hear about the latest advances in high-performance computing, networking and storage solutions. For the 15th times, PSNC was presenting its advanced networking solutions, including its HPC infrastructure, competitive services and the various EU H2020 project it is currently involved in, including RECIPE.
The RECIPE Consortium met today at the HiPEAC Conference in Valencia to discuss the progress of technical activities after the first 9 months of the project. The partners presented the main computational kernels of the three Use Cases, as well as an early integration mock-up of Use Case 1, built using a reference implementation of the target kernel and the mangolibs API with an emulation of an heterogeneous accelerator. Furthermore, plans were made towards the initial prototype of the RECIPE cluster, which will be available in three months, just in time for the next project meeting!
The project coordinator Prof. William Fornaciari presented the RECIPE project overview at the International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architecture, MOdeling and Simulation (IC_SAMOS 2018), as part of a Special Session on European Projects on High Performance Computing, organised by RECIPE technical manager, Giovanni Agosta. During the same session, projects EXA2PRO, LEGATO, AllScale, and DISRUPT were also presented, allowing the RECIPE representatives to initiate contacts with related projects. A paper titled "Reliable Power and Time-Constraints-Aware Predictive Management of Heterogeneous Exascale Systems" will appear shortly in the proceedings of the conference.