Tensor Computation Workshop

  • Organized by
  • Miles Stoudenmire, Ph.D.Research Scientist, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
Date & Time

This workshop brings together a small number of researchers from computer science; chemistry; and physics who develop and use high-performance tensor software.

Open to CCQ members and, due to space limitations, to others by invitation only.

  • Invited Participantsplus--large
    Paolo BientensiRWTH Aachen
    Guiseppe CarleoETH Zurich
    David CeperleyCCQ
    Garnet ChanCaltech
    Xi ChenCCQ
    Yun-Hsuan ChouNational Taiwan University
    Martin ClaassenCCQ
    Glen EvenblyUniversity of Sherbrooke
    Martin GanahlPerimeter Institute
    Antoine GeorgesCCQ
    Alexandru GeorgescuCCQ
    Jutho HaegemanGhent University
    Zhuoran HeColumbia University
    Claudius HubigLMU Munich
    Jianyu HuangUniversity Texas Austin
    Ying-Jer KaoNational Taiwan University
    Gabi KotliarRutgers University
    Devin MatthewsUniversity Texas Austin
    Andrew MillisCCQ
    Ashley MilstedPerimeter Institute
    Hao ShiCCQ
    Edgar SolomonikUniversity Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    Paul SpringerRWTH Aachen
    Qiming SunCaltech
    Eduard ValeevVirginia Tech
    Steven WhiteUniversity of California Irvine
    Edwin Miles StoudenmireCCQ
    Michael ZalatelPrinceton University
  • Agendaplus--large

    Thursday, September 14

    8:30 AMBreakfast
    9:00 AMMiles Stoudenmire & Ying-Jer KaoWelcome and Introduction
    9:30 AMDevin MatthewsTBLIS: Native tensor computations at the speed of GEMM
    10:10 AMEd ValeevLessons from TiledArray tensor toolkit: Thoughts on composable hight-performance tensor computing
    10:50 AMPoster Introductions
    11:15 AMCoffee Break, Poster Viewing, and Free Discussion Time
    12:30 PMLunch and Posters
    2:00 PMPaul SpringerThe Landscape of High-Performance Tensor Operations
    2:40 PMPaolo BientinesiA journey from scalar to tensor computations
    3:20 PMQiming SunThe progress and challenges of Python tensor library in PySCF package
    4:00 PMFree Discussion Time
    6:00 PM Dinner

    Friday, September 15

    8:30 AM Breakfast
    9:00 AMEdgar SolomonikLeveraging sparsity and symmetry in parallel tensor contractions
    9:40 AMJutho HaegemanElementary Tensor Operations in Julia
    10:20 AMCoffee Break, Poster Viewing, and Discussion
    11:00 AMDirected Group Discussion #1 Low-level algorithms, common interfaces, future algorithms
    12:00 PM Lunch
    1:30 PMJianyu HuangStrassen's Algorithm for Tensor Contraction
    2:10 PMDirected Group Discussion #2Design of tensor software: user interface, higher-level parallelism, and higher-order abstractions
    3:10 PMSnacks & Free Discussion Time
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