PCO 2016 Preliminary Program

Monday 23 May 2016


8:20 – 8:30 AM Workshop Opening

             Didier El Baz and Bora Uçar Workshop Chairs

8:30 – 9:30 AM Session I: Parallel Computing and Optimization

  • Scenario Decomposition for 0-1 Stochastic Programs: Improvements and Asynchronous Implementation
    Kevin Ryan, Deepak Rajan, Shabbir Ahmed
  • PIPS-SBB: A parallel distributed-memory branch-and-bound algorithm for stochastic mixed-integer programs
    Lluis-Miquel Munguia, Geoffrey Oxberry, Deepak Rajan
  • Counting Triangles in Large Graphs on GPU
    Adam Polak

9:30 – 10:00 AM Morning Break

10:00 – 10:45 AM Keynote Session

  • Workload Dependent Dynamic Power Management in Cloud Computing
    Keqin Li

10:45 – 12:05 AM Session II: Parallel Algorithms for Scheduling problems

  • GPU-based two level parallel B&B for the Blocking job shop scheduling problem
    Adel Dabah, Ahcene Bendjoudi, Didier El-Baz, Abdelhakim AitZai.
  • Parallel ant colony optimization for flow shop scheduling subject to limited machine availability
    Yumei Huo, Jun Xiong Huang
  • GPGPU-based Parallel Algorithms for Scheduling Against Due Date
    Abhishek Awasthi, Joerg Laessig, Jens Leuschner, Thomas Weise
  • Performance Analysis of Bio-Inspired Scheduling Algorithms for Cloud Environments
    Ali Al Buhussain, Robson Eduardo De Grande, Azzedine Boukerche

Lunch Break

1:50 –3:30 PM Session III: Parallel Heuristics and Metaheuristics

  • Optimizing Metaheuristics and Hyperheuristics through Multi-level Parallelism on a Many-core System
    José Matías Cutillas Lozano, Domingo Giménez, Luis Pedro García
  • A Parallel Ant Colony Optimization for the Maximum-Weight Clique Problem
    Didier El Baz, Mhand Hifi, Lei Wu, Xiaochuan Shi
  • Evaluating the performance of A4SDN on various network topologies
    Giovanni Cammarata, Antonella Di Stefano, Giovanni Morana, Daniele Zito

  • Hybrid heuristics for mapping task problem on large scale heterogeneous platforms
    Ania Kaci, Huy-Nam Nguyen, Amir Nakib, Patrick Siarry

  • A Semi-Greedy Heuristic for the Mapping of Large Task Graphs
    Karl-Eduard Berger, François Galea, Bertrand Le Cun, Renaud Sirdey

3:30 – 4:00 PM Afternoon Break

4:00 – 5:00 PM Session IV: Combinatorial Scientific Computing

  • A High Performance Implementation of Spectral Clustering on CPU-GPU Platforms
    Yu Jin, Joseph F. JaJa
  • Testing fine-grained parallelism for the ADMM on a factor-graph 
    Ning Hao, Amirreza Oghbaee, Mohammad Rostami, Nate Derbinsky, Jose Bento
  • High Performance Parallel Graph Coloring on GPGPUs
    Pingfan Li, Xuhao Chen, Zhe Quan, Jianbin Fang, Huayou Su, Tao Tang, Canqun Yang





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