Live Webcast 15th Annual Charm++ Workshop

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Bilge Acun
PhD Students
acun2 at illinois.edu
Profile
I am a 5th year Ph.D. student at PPL. My thesis research is on adaptive software systems to reduce the power and energy consumption of large scale data centers and supercomputers. I have also worked on load balancing, malleability, interconnection networks, and performance optimizations for NAMD bimolecular simulation application.
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Research Areas
Papers
16-13
2016
[Paper]
Neural Network-Based Task Scheduling with Preemptive Fan Control [E2SC 2016]
| Bilge Acun | Eun Kyung Lee | Yoonho Park | Laxmikant Kale
16-12
2016
[Paper]
Power, Reliability, Performance: One System to Rule Them All [Computer 2016]
16-08
2016
[Paper]
Variation Among Processors Under Turbo Boost in HPC Systems [ICS 2016]
16-03
2016
[Paper]
Mitigating Processor Variation through Dynamic Load Balancing [VarSys, IPDPS 2016]
15-14
2015
[Paper]
Preliminary Evaluation of a Parallel Trace Replay Tool for HPC Network Simulations [PADABS, EURO-PAR 2015]
| Bilge Acun | Nikhil Jain | Abhinav Bhatele | Misbah Mubarak | Christopher Carothers | Laxmikant Kale
14-29
2014
[Paper]
Towards Realizing the Potential of Malleable Jobs [HiPC 2014]
14-07
2014
[Paper]
Parallel Programming with Migratable Objects: Charm++ in Practice [SC 2014]
13-33
2013
[Paper]
Thermal Aware Automated Load Balancing for HPC Applications [Cluster 2013]
| Harshitha Menon | Bilge Acun | Simon Garcia De Gonzalo | Osman Sarood | Laxmikant Kale
Talks/Posters
15-08
2014
[Poster]
Scalable Trace-driven Parallel Network Simulation [LLNL Poster Symposium 2014]