The Laboratory for Parallel Programming engages in national and international projects and collaborations to advance the state of the art in parallel computing. A synopsis of ongoing projects is given below:

Catwalk (DFG)

The objective of this project is to automate the creation of performance models for HPC applications, a hitherto laborious manual process. The resulting tools will make performance modeling accessible to a wider audience of application developers. The tool suite will be used to study and help improve the scalability of applications from life sciences, fluid dynamics, and particle physics. The project is part of the DFG Priority Programme 1648 Software for Exascale Computing (SPPEXA).

More information: project website
Contact: Alexandru Calotoiu

PRIMA-X (US Department of Energy)

The goal of this project is to develop the first exascale-enabled performance measurement system for HPC applications plus basic analysis logic. On the way we want to embrace extreme scalability, dynamism, and sustainable design as our main challenges. Our strategy to overcome these challenges includes in-situ analysis of thread-level data and introspective adaption.

More information: project website
Contact: Dr. Daniel Lorenz

Score-E (BMBF)

With energy becoming a dominant cost factor in high performance computing, energy to solution emerges as an important performance metric, since energy consumption may not always be proportional to the execution time. The objective of this project is therefore the development of tools to measure and analyze the energy consumption of HPC applications. The tools will be applied to optimize a broad range of applications, in particular, from industry.

More information: project website
Contact: Sergei Shudler


Technische Universität Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science

Laboratory for
Parallel Programming

Office: S4|14 3.1.11
Mornewegstraße 30
64293 Darmstadt

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