VI <font size=5>Spanish Parallel Programming Contest</font>
VII Spanish Parallel Programming Contest

Emo Philips

A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing.


A record classification on each problem of every edition is maintained out of contest. In order to establish a new record it is mandatory to send as an attachment to the developed source code, with detailled comments.

The jury will ratify if it is valid. So, it is necessary that the solution proposed is different from the current registered record. The enhanced speed-up is verified in the evaluation system.

Every ratified record will be included in the record classification page, providing the source code.

In 2017, systems at the CESGA are used to run the contest. One 24 cores node is used for OpenMP problems, 4 of these nodes for MPI+OpenMP, a K80 for CUDA and a XeonPhi with 61 cores for OpenMP on offload mode.

Contest in EuroPar2017

PR. Group Sp Date Place
A - OpenMP Organization 20.95 04/09/2017
A - OpenMP Vitaly Aksenov 10.88 30/08/2017 Contest EuroPar2017
B - MPI Daniel Hugo Campora 4.25 30/08/2017 Contest EuroPar2017
E - OpenMP Vitaly Aksenov 14.75 30/08/2017 Contest EuroPar2017

Qualification test for the final of the VII Spanish Parallel Programming Contest 2017

PR. Group Sp Date Place
A - OpenMP Juan Mompeán Esteban 20.43 15/06/2017 Qualification VII CPP
C - CUDA Juan Mompeán Esteban 9.85 15/06/2017 Qualification VII CPP
E - OpenMP Francisco José González Carrillo 26.67 15/06/2017 Qualification VII CPP
G - CUDA Francisco Muñoz García 63.25 15/06/2017 Qualification VII CPP

SARTECO Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia Universidad de Murcia Universidad de Santiago de Compostela