Institute for Scientific Computing
The Scientific Computing group was installed when Professor Dr. Bischof was called to the TU Darmstadt. As part of this chair we offer teaching activities on parallel computers, parallel programming, and computer science foundations of simulation technology.
You find us in the Karl Plagge-Haus at campus Stadtmitte, building S1|22, Alexanderstraße 2, 64283 Darmstadt.
Our paper “MetaCG: Annotated call-graphs to facilitate whole-program analysis” was accepted at the Workshop on Tools for Automatic Program Analysis (TAPAS).
Our paper “Developing Models for the Runtime of Programs With Exponential Runtime Behavior” was accepted at the International Workshop on Performance Modeling, Benchmarking and Simulation of High Performance Computer Systems (PMBS’20).
Our paper “Leveraging Hybrid Cloud HPC in Multitier Reactive Programming” was accepted at the SuperCompCloud Workshop of Supercomputing. This is a collaboration with the group of Prof. Dr. Guido Salvaneschi.
PIRA v0.2 now on github
Version 0.2 of the automatic instrumentation refinement tool PIRA is now available on our github
qTESLA now on github
Implementations of a quantum-attack resistant signature scheme are now available on our github
SimAnMo now on github
The performance modeling tool SimAnMo is now available on our github!
Conference presentation recordings available
The recordings of our presentations at the C3PO workshop are now available on YouTube.
Our papers “Automatic detection of MPI assertions” and “Compiler-assisted type-safe checkpointing” are accepted as full papers at the C3PO workshop.
Our paper “A Comparison of the Scalability of OpenMP Implementations” is accepted as full paper at the EuroPar conference.
Now on github!
The Institute for Scientific Computing now maintains a public repository of the software tools developed in our group. You can find it at github.com/tudasc
High-Performance Computing in Hesse
The video explains how high-performance computing at TU Darmstadt helps researchers not only at TU Darmstadt but within Hesse in general.
Invited talk by Thorsten Höfler
Torsten Höfler from ETH Zürich gave an interesting talk on proper benchmarking. The recording of this talk can be downloaded here.