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Final Program

(The proceedings are now available on HAL :

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Thursday July, 19th 2012:

09:00 - 09:45       Registration, Welcome coffee

09:45 - 10:00       Welcome speech

10:00 - 11:00       Keynote

  • Parallelisation of Hard Real-time Applications for Embedded Multi- and Many-cores [Presentation]
  • Prof. Dr. Theo Ungerer
  • Chair of Systems and Networking
  • Dept. of Computer Science, University of Augsburg

11:30 - 13:00       Session I

  • Andreas Prell and Thomas Rauber: Go's Concurrency Constructs on the SCC [Presentation, Article]
  • Vasil Slavov, Praveen Rao, Dinesh Barenkala and Srivenu Paturi: Performance of RDF Query Processing on the Intel SCC[Presentation, Article]
  • Randolf Rotta, Thomas Prescher, Joerg Nolte and Jana Traue: Data Sharing Mechanisms for Parallel Graph Algorithms on the Intel SCC[Presentation, Article]

13:00 - 14:00       Lunch

14:00 - 15:30       Session II

  • Steffen Christgau and Bettina Schnor: One-Sided Communication in RCKMPI for the Single-Chip Cloud Computer[Presentation, Article]
  • Darko Petrovic, Omid Shahmirzadi, Thomas Ropars and Andre SchiperAsynchronous Broadcast on the Intel SCC using Interrupts[Presentation, Article]
  • Janmartin Jahn, Sebastian Kobbe, Santiago Pagani, Jian-Jia Chen and Jörg Henkel: Work in Progress: Malleable Software Pipelines for     Efficient Many-core System Utilization[Article]

15:30 - 16:00       Coffee break

16:00 - 17:30       Session III

  • Hans Woithe, William Brozas, Christian Wills, Bharath Pichai, Ulrich Kremer, Mike Eichhorn, Michael Riepen: Enabling Computation Intensive Applications in Battery-Operated Cyber-Physical Systems[Presentation, Article]
  • Jimi van der Woning and Roy Bakker: Interactive Visual Task Management on the 48-core Intel SCC[Presentation, Article]
  • Patrick Cichowski, Jörg Keller and Christoph Kessler: Modelling Power Consumption of the Intel SCC[Presentation,Article]

17:30 - 18:15       Program Comittee Meeting (cancelled)

19:30 - 22:00       Social Event

 Friday July, 20th 2012:

09:00 - 10:30       Session IV

  • Bernhard Sputh, Andrew Lukin and Eric Verhulst: Transparent Programming of Many/Multi Cores with OpenComRTOS Comparing Intel 48-core SCC and TI 8-core TMS320C6678[Presentation, Article]
  • Pablo Reble, Jacek Galowicz, Stefan Lankes and Thomas Bemmerl: Efficient Implementation of the bare-metal hypervisor MetalSVM for the SCC[Presentation, Article]
  • Michael Ziwisky and Dennis Brylow: BareMichael: A Minimalistic Bare-metal Framework for the Intel SCC[Presentation, Article]

10:30 - 11:00       Coffee break

11:00 - 12:00       Tutorial Session on baremetal programming on the SCC[Presentation]

End of MARC'ONERA'2012

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