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Biography
Hatem Ltaief is the Principal Research Scientist in the Extreme Computing Research Center at KAUST, where is also advising several KAUST students in their MS and PhD research. His research interests include parallel numerical algorithms, parallel programming models, performance optimizations for manycore architectures and high performance computing. Hatem received the engineering degree from Polytech Lyon at the University of Claude Bernard Lyon I, the MSc in applied mathematics and the PhD degree in computer science at the University of Houston. He has contributed to the integration of numerical algorithms into mainstream vendors’ scientific libraries, such as NVIDIA cuBLAS and Cray LibSci. He has been collaborating with domain scientists, i.e., astronomers, statisticians, computational chemists and geophysicists, on leveraging their applications to meet the challenges at exascale.
Presentations
Workshop
Architectures
Data Analytics
Datacenter
Emerging Technologies
Extreme Scale Comptuing
Heterogeneous Systems
HPC Community Collaboration
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Performance
Resource Management and Scheduling
System Administration
System Software and Runtime Systems
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Panel
Computational Science
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XO / EX
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