HiHAT First Mini-Summit

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First HiHAT Mini-Summit

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The first HiHAT Mini-Summit is on Tuesday May 9, from 9am to 12pm.

Location: Market room, off of the lobby at the Hilton San Jose.

  • 300 Almaden Blvd, San Jose, CA, Hotel TEL: +1-408-287-2100
  • You may park in Hilton garage or in nearby structures

Admission: Entry to this event only is free and open.

Related event:

  • HiHAT is not an NVIDIA effort, it's community driven, but NVIDIA is sponsoring this initial gathering
  • This is co-located with the [GPU Tech Conference]. If you wish to attend any part of GTC, you can register with the code NVCNEWBURN to get a 25% discount.

Gather: There's a patio off of the Market Room where coffee will be served as of 8:30am


  • Continue to build momentum around HiHAT.
  • Gather vendors, stake holders.
  • Share ideas, give a first view of progress so far.


  • Welcome, Wilf Pinfold
  • Overview of HiHAT -> common ground of understanding
  • Sample usages
  • Overview or progress so far
  • Vendor overviews: quick updates on interest, commitment, support
  • User overviews: quick updates on key requirements from many users
  • Common layer and user layer design principles and directions
  • Discussion to gather feedback, as part of a direction check
  • Next steps

Expected presenters or participants may represent

  • Intel (Vincent Cave), Cavium, ARM, IBM (Kathryn O'Brien), AMD (Ashwin Aji, Mike Chu), NVIDIA (Stephen Jones), Cray (Adrian Tate)
  • ParSEC (George Bosilca), Kokkos (Carter Edwards), Raja (Not able to join), Darma (Janine Bennett), TensorRT (Stephen Jones), C++/SyCL/OpenCL (Michael Wong), VMD (John Stone), HPX, QThreads/NoRMa (Stephen Olivier), Legion (Mike Bauer), Realm (Sean Triechler), ARTS (Antonio Tumeo), Exa-Tensor (Wayne Joubert), Charm++ (Phil Miller, Ronak Buch), SWIFT (Matthieu Schaller), Reservoir Labs (Rich Lethin) and more

Presentation folder, including template