- Organized by
Miles Stoudenmire, Ph.D.Research Scientist, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
This workshop brings together a small number of researchers from computer science; chemistry; and physics who develop and use high-performance tensor software.
Open to CCQ members and, due to space limitations, to others by invitation only.
Paolo Bientensi RWTH Aachen Guiseppe Carleo ETH Zurich David Ceperley CCQ Garnet Chan Caltech Xi Chen CCQ Yun-Hsuan Chou National Taiwan University Martin Claassen CCQ Glen Evenbly University of Sherbrooke Martin Ganahl Perimeter Institute Antoine Georges CCQ Alexandru Georgescu CCQ Jutho Haegeman Ghent University Zhuoran He Columbia University Claudius Hubig LMU Munich Jianyu Huang University Texas Austin Ying-Jer Kao National Taiwan University Gabi Kotliar Rutgers University Devin Matthews University Texas Austin Andrew Millis CCQ Ashley Milsted Perimeter Institute Hao Shi CCQ Edgar Solomonik University Illinois Urbana-Champaign Paul Springer RWTH Aachen Qiming Sun Caltech Eduard Valeev Virginia Tech Steven White University of California Irvine Edwin Miles Stoudenmire CCQ Michael Zalatel Princeton University
Thursday, September 14
8:30 AM Breakfast 9:00 AM Miles Stoudenmire & Ying-Jer Kao Welcome and Introduction 9:30 AM Devin Matthews TBLIS: Native tensor computations at the speed of GEMM 10:10 AM Ed Valeev Lessons from TiledArray tensor toolkit: Thoughts on composable hight-performance tensor computing 10:50 AM Poster Introductions 11:15 AM Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, and Free Discussion Time 12:30 PM Lunch and Posters 2:00 PM Paul Springer The Landscape of High-Performance Tensor Operations 2:40 PM Paolo Bientinesi A journey from scalar to tensor computations 3:20 PM Qiming Sun The progress and challenges of Python tensor library in PySCF package 4:00 PM Free Discussion Time 6:00 PM Dinner
Friday, September 15
8:30 AM Breakfast 9:00 AM Edgar Solomonik Leveraging sparsity and symmetry in parallel tensor contractions 9:40 AM Jutho Haegeman Elementary Tensor Operations in Julia 10:20 AM Coffee Break, Poster Viewing, and Discussion 11:00 AM Directed Group Discussion #1 Low-level algorithms, common interfaces, future algorithms 12:00 PM Lunch 1:30 PM Jianyu Huang Strassen's Algorithm for Tensor Contraction 2:10 PM Directed Group Discussion #2 Design of tensor software: user interface, higher-level parallelism, and higher-order abstractions 3:10 PM Snacks & Free Discussion Time