Our project proposal for SMASH is being funded by the DFG as part of SPP 2377. Together with Prof. Dr. Gunter Saake and Dr. David Broneske, we will investigate the benefits of a common storage engine that manages a heterogeneous storage landscape, including traditional storage devices and non-volatile memory technologies. More information can be found on our website.
Our group contributed again to ISC-HPC 2022, taking part in a wide range of activities and presenting our work.
On May 31, Michael K. was part of the birds-of-a-feather session for Spack, where Spack's current state was discussed. He also presented a poster about our project CoSEMoS, which couples self-describing data formats and storage systems for improved performance and data management possibilities. More information about CoSEMoS is available on our website.
Our workshop Challenges and Opportunities of Efficient and Performant Storage Systems (CHEOPS) took place today and attracted more than 20 participants.
Our student Julius presented our paper “Data-Aware Compression for HPC using Machine Learning”, which has now been published in the workshop proceedings.
We have been accepted to participate in the Student Cluster Competition at ISC-HPC 2022 together with colleagues from the Scientific Computing group at Universität Hamburg. Our student team “Elbe” consists of members from both universities. You can follow our progress on Twitter.