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SEA projects tech workshop

The SEA projects organise a cross-project technical workshop on 3 December 2021 to stimulate exchanges between the technical teams. The day’s topics are Traces, Hints and Network usage.

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RED-SEA virtual plenary meeting

We were hoping to have our first face-to-face meeting on the Atos premises near Paris, but with the sanitary situation worsening rapidly in several European countries, we finally opted for a virtual meeting. We missed the team dinner, but the meeting was nevertheless extremely productive!

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SC21

We are not in St Louis for SC21, but the RED-SEA project is exhibiting together with the other SEA projects on the virtual booth of the Jülich Supercomputing Centre. Thank you DEEP-SEA for hosting us!

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DEEP-SEA/RED-SEA Optimization of collective communications

The objective of this cross-project workshop on MPI (Message Passing Interface) is for DEEP-SEA and RED-SEA to present their respective plan for optimizing collective communications in both hardware and software, and see how they can leverage their respective effort and contributions.

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BXI seminar

On 17 June, 2021, most of the RED-SEA team was gathered for a seminar on BXI – the Bull eXascale Interconnect, ie. the European interconnect from our partner Atos. BXI is a key component of our project.

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ISCA 2021

Our partner ETHZ presented a RED-SEA Research Paper at the 48th edition of the International Symposium on Computer Architecture which was held online from 14 to 16 June 2021. Event website>> Research Paper>>

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EuroHPC cooperation mini-workshop

On 25 May, 2021, the ten projects from the EuroHPC-2019-1 topic gathered for a first workshop to define their future collaboration: ADMIRE – DComEX – DEEP-SEA – eProcessor – IO-SEA – MAELSTROM – RED-SEA – SPARCITY – TEXTAROSSA – TIME-X

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RED-SEA Kick Off meeting

The RED-SEA kick off meeting took place online on 7 April 2021. It gathered all 12 members of the consortium.