The Fast Fourier Transforms: Benchmarks and Applications (Proposal)
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the current state of the art on FFT applications and implementations and to decide on a benchmark suite for FFTs. To allow for comparisons of different Fourier transform libraries, in a previous venue, the FFT developers discussed the possibility of having a common test case study and what would be a good way to benchmark FFT. At other venues, speakers highlighted existing or potential bottlenecks in the different FFT packages and proposed how to overcome them. This session will gather both users and developers to discuss future prospects for FFT. See http://www.fft.report.
We aim end meetings at this venue by mid 2019.
|Samar Aseeri||King Abdullah University of Science and Technology|
|Jens Henrik Göbbert||Jülich Supercomputing Center|
|Daisuke Takahashi||University of Tsukuba|
|Benson Muite||University of Tartu|
|Speakers||Talk Type||Talk Title|
|David H. Bailey||Keynote||Fast Fourier transforms: Past, present and future|
|Andreas Jockcsh||Invited||FFTs for Fourier filters in gyrokinetic plasma physics applications|
|Markus Püschel||Invited||FFTs on FPGAs|
|Ashwin Vishnu Mohanan||Invited||FluidFFT: common API (C++ and Python) for Fast Fourier Transform HPC libraries|
|Stanimire Tomov||Invited||Accelerating FFT for heterogenous exascale systems|