Attending SC’23? Check out the initiatives Chameleon is supporting at the event including workshops, papers written using Chameleon, and more! If you’re presenting something related to Chameleon at SC’23 and not on this list, send us an email – we will update this announcement with relevant information as we get it.
Presentations and Talks
Alicia Esquivel Morel will present the paper, AutoLearn: Learning in the Edge to Cloud Continuum, at EduHPC-23: Workshop on Education for High Performance Computing (Monday, November 13, 2023; Location: Room 506, 2:39 - 2:47 PM MT). The paper presents a Trovi artifact that allows you to teach topics in engineering and machine learning related to autonomous vehicles.
Kate Keahey will give a talk on “Experiments on the Edge,” discussing the use of edge computing to run autonomous driving vehicles (Wednesday, November 15, 2023; SSC Booth; 2 PM MST).
Posters by the Chameleon Team
Two REU students who worked on research projects utilizing Chameleon this summer will also be presenting their posters for the ACM Student Research Competition at SC. (Tuesday, November 14, 2023; Location: DEF Concourse; 10 AM - 5 PM MST)
William Fowler, Tufts University, Road To Reliability: Optimizing Self-Driving Consistency With Real-Time Speed Data
IndySCC 2023 on Chameleon@UC-Boulder
The 2023 Indy Student Cluster Competition (IndySCC) asks teams of students to optimize the performance of several classes of computation while staying beneath a strict power budget. For the last three years, Chameleon has supported the competition. During the competition, which is held the week before SC, teams use a variety of nodes to complete assignments and submit their final code to judges for evaluation during a 48-hour benchmark.
This year, we hosted the competition with the University of Colorado - Boulder from November 3 to November 5, 2023.
We would like to congratulate Alicia Esquivel Morel and the team for the acceptance of their paper, AutoLearn: Learning in the Edge to Cloud Continuum, to the SC '23 conference as well as two summer REU students who had posters accepted to SC.
Join us on Tuesday, August 1st at 10 AM CT for a webinar that showcases how to teach machine learning using inexpensive and easy to find self-driving cars. We will present an educational module that allows students to configure an inexpensive off-the-shelf self-driving vehicle, generate training sets by driving the vehicle, and train models based on those driving sets, evaluate the quality of the training by observing the car in practice, and ultimately refine the training and watch the improvements.
The educational module is suitable for both educators and self-learners, open-source, and it can be highly configurable for specific classes based on individual or classroom needs. This webinar will demonstrate an end-to-end educational module that aims to bridge the gap between theory abstractions and practice in an easy-to-follow manner. – please, check the registration link here.