The Parallel Architecture and System Software (PASS@SC) research laboratory at University of South Carolina does all sorts of computer system research for parallel and high performance computing. We develop parallel programming models, compiler and runtime systems to accelerate performance improvement, application development and energy efficiency improvement for HPC applications. We improve and use software and hardware tools and modeling technology to deepen our understanding of parallel execution and resource utilizations. We explore new hardware architecture and techniques to achieve these goals and we collaborate with scientists to apply our solutions to real world problems. We interact and educate students and peers to promote the exciting area of high performance computing and computer systems.
Welcome Philip Conrad to join our research group.
Dr. Yonghong Yan is featured in the article “New Memory Challenges Legacy Approaches to HPC Code” on The Next Platform magazine.
Welcome Kewei Yan and Chrisogonas Odero Mc’Odhiambo to join our research group.
We are excited to move to University of South Carolina
Workshop on Memory Centric Programming for HPC was accepted to SC17
Paper acceptance to HIPS’17 workshop held with IPDPS 2017, “Soulmaz Salehian, Jiawen Liu and Yonghong Yan, Comparison of Threading Programming Models”
Dr. Yan was awarded a 5-year NSF CAREER project titled “Programming the Existing and Emerging Memory Systems for Extreme-scale Parallel Performance”.