Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2019

SCFE publications after conference
23rd January, 2020


Selected papers (not proceedings) reviewed independently and separately by journal reviewers are published in the international open access journal Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations. 

Starting in 2015, after five editions of the Supercomputing Frontiers conference, the Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations journal has published a total of 28 papers in seven issues. Here are the details.


Vol 2, No 3 (2015)

Special Issue dedicated to the International Conference “Supercomputing Frontiers 2015”.
Invited Editors: Marek Michalewicz, Yuefan Deng.

Foreword to the Special Issue
Marek Michalewicz, Yuefan Deng

Data Exploration at the Exascale
Hank Childs

InfiniCloud: Leveraging the Global InfiniCortex Fabric and OpenStack Cloud for Borderless High Performance Computing of Genomic Data
Kenneth Hon Kim Ban, Jakub Chrzeszczyk, Andrew Howard, Dongyang Li, Tin Wee Tan

Performance Assessment of InfiniBand HPC Cloud Instances on Intel Haswell and Intel Sandy Bridge Architectures
Jonathan Low, Jakub Chrzeszczyk, Andrew Howard, Andrzej Chrzeszczyk

The L-CSC cluster: Optimizing power efficiency to become the greenest supercomputer in the world in the Green500 list of November 2014
David Rohr, Gvozden Neskovic, Volker Lindenstruth

An Autonomic Performance Environment for Exascale
Kevin A. Huck, Allan Porterfield, Nick Chaimov, Hartmut Kaiser, Allen D. Malony, Thomas Sterling, Rob Fowler

Visualization for Exascale: Portable Performance is Critical
Kenneth Moreland, Matthew Larsen, Hank Childs

A Case for Embedded FPGA-based SoCs in Energy-Efficient Acceleration of Graph Problems
Nachiket Kapre, Pradeep Moorthy


Vol 2, No 4 (2015)

Live Programming in Scientific Simulation
Ben Swift, Andrew Sorensen, Henry Gardner, Peter Davis, Viktor K. Decyk

Creating interconnect topologies by algorithmic edge removal: MOD and SMOD graphs
Marek T. Michalewicz, Łukasz P. Orłowski, Yuefan Deng


Vol 3, No 2 (2016)

A Dynamic Congestion Management System for InfiniBand Networks
Fabrice Mizero, Malathi Veeraraghavan, Qian Liu, Robert D. Russell, John M. Dennis

Many-Core Approaches to Combinatorial Problems: case of the Langford Problem
Michaël Krajecki, Julien Loiseau, François Alin, Christophe Jaillet

A Radical Approach to Computation with Real Numbers
John L. Gustafson

InfiniCloud 2.0: distributing High Performance Computing across continents.
Jakub Chrzeszczyk, Andrew Howard, Andrzej Chrzeszczyk, Ben Swift, Peter Davis, Jonathan Low, Tin Wee Tan, Kenneth Ban

Making Large-Scale Systems Observable – Another Inescapable Step Towards Exascale
Dmitry A. Nikitenko, Sergey A. Zhumatiy, Pavel A. Shvets


Vol 4, No 2 (2017)

Using High Performance Computing to Create and Freely Distribute the South Asian Genomic Database, Necessary for Precision Medicine in this Population
Asmi H. Shah, Jonathan D. Picker, Saumya S. Jamuar

An Application of GPU Acceleration in CFD Simulation for Insect Flight
Yang Yao, Khoon-Seng Yeo

Simultac Fonton: A Fine-Grain Architecture for Extreme Performance beyond Moore’s Law
Maciej Brodowicz, Thomas Sterling

The Simultaneous Transmit And Receive (STAR) Message Protocol
Earle Jennings

Core Module Optimizing PDE Sparse Matrix Models With HPCG Example
Earle Jennings

Beating Floating Point at its Own Game: Posit Arithmetic
John L. Gustafson, Isaac T. Yonemoto

InfiniCortex – From Proof-of-concept to Production
Gabriel Noaje, Alan Davis, Jonathan Low, Seng Lim, Geok Lian Tan, Łukasz Orłowski, Dominic Chien, Sing-Wu Liou, Tin Wee Tan, Yves Poppe, Kenneth Ban Hon Kim, Andrew Howard, David Southwell, Jason Gunthorpe, Marek Michalewicz


Vol 5, No 2 (2018)

High Performance Computing with Coarse Grained Model of Biological Macromolecules
Emilia Agnieszka Lubecka, Adam Kazimierz Sieradzan, Cezary Czaplewski, Paweł Krupa, Adam Liwo

Numerical Simulations of Black Hole Accretion Flows
Agnieszka Janiuk, Konstantinos Sapountzis, Jeremy Mortier, Ireneusz Janiuk


Vol 5, No 3 (2018)

Continuum Computing – on a New Performance Trajectory beyond Exascale
Maciej Brodowicz, Thomas Sterling, Matthew Anderson


Vol.6 No 2 (2019)

Investigating the Dirac Operator Evaluation with FPGAs
Grzegorz Korcyl, Piotr Korcyl

Development of a RISC-V-Conform Fused Multiply-Add Floating-Point Unit
Felix Kaiser, Stefan Kosnac, Ulrich Brüning

Fully Implicit Time Stepping Can Be Efficient on Parallel Computers
Brandon Cloutier, Benson K. Muite, Matteo Parsani

Performance Limits Study of Stencil Codes on Modern GPGPUs
Ilya S. Pershin, Vadim D. Levchenko, Anastasia Y. Perepelkina


70 points for authors from Poland

According to the announcement of the Minister of Science and Higher Education (31 July 2019), Supercomputing Frontiers & Innovations Journal has 70 points and assigned the following fields: technical informatics and telecommunications, management and quality science, informatics.

The full list of scientific journals and peer-reviewed materials from international conferences with the assigned number of points is available here.


Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2020
Copernicus Conference Centre
Warsaw, Poland, March 23-26, 2020



January 31, 2020

February 20, 2020


Ministry of Science and Higher Education

The International Conference Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2019-2020 is a partially funded project under the contract 751/P-DUN/2019 from the funds of the Minister of Science and Higher Education designated for dissemination of science.