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The high-performance demands of the functionalities required in complex critical systems is rapidly increasing. In the space domain, on-board processing algorithms for navigation and control systems are needed to increase  spacecraft autonomy; in the automotive and railway domains, advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) and obstacle detection and avoidancesystems...

The main goal of Rising STARS is to enable a parallel programming framework for the development and execution of advanced large-scale Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) with High Performance Computing (HPC) and real-time requirements. Overall, there is an urgent necessity to develop run-time parallel frameworks, compatible with HPC, capable of guaranteeingthat decisions made at...

Complex, dependable and physically-entangled systems of systems must be supported by innovations to allow for a significant reduction of the cost and complexity of system design targeting computing platforms composed of parallel heterogeneous architectures.

Software development is one key challenge, as current programming tools do not fully support...

Performance tools and analysis, Code optimization, Parallel programming models, Productivity High Performance Computing is becoming a fundamental tool for the progress of science and engineering and as such for economic competitiveness. The growing complexity of parallel computers is leading to a situation where code owners and users are not aware of the detailed issues...

EPEEC's main goal is to develop and deploy a production-ready parallel programming environment that turns upcoming overwhelmingly-heterogeneous exascale supercomputers into manageable platforms for domain application developers. The consortium will significantly advance and integrate existing state-of-the-art components based on European technology (programming models, runtime systems, and...

The goal of this project is to assess the suitability of the NEMO code to run simulations on extremely high resolution global grids and provide information on the major bottlenecks constraining its scalability, in order to address the ever-increasing demands of oceanic forecasting and facilitate the deployment of these configurations in the next years. Special focus will be...

Design complexity and power density implications stopped the trend towards faster single-core processors. The current trend is to double the core count every 18 months, leading to chips with 100+ cores in 10-15 years. Developing parallel applications to harness such multicores is the key challenge for scalable computing systems.

The ENCORE project...