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Peer-Reviewed Conference or Journal Articles

[1] Martin Kuettler, Maksym Planeta, Jan Bierbaum, Carsten Weinhold, Hermann Haertig, Amnon Barak, Torsten Hoefler:
 Reliable Group Communication using Corrected Trees Feb. 2019, Accepted at The ACM Conference Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming 2019 (PPoPP'19) (acceptance rate: 19% (29/152))
[2] Maciej Besta, Marc Fischer, Tal Ben-Nun, Johannes De Fine Licht, Torsten Hoefler:
 Substream-Centric Maximum Matchings on FPGA Feb. 2019, In Proceedings of the 27th ACM/SIGDA International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays
[3] T. Schulthess, P. Bauer, O. Fuhrer, T. Hoefler, C. Schaer, N. Wedi:
 Reflecting on the goal and baseline for exascale computing: a roadmap based on weather and climate simulations Computing in Science and Engineering (CiSE). IEEE Computer Society, Jan. 2019,

Invited Talks and Presentations

RWTH Aachen
[4] T. Hoefler:
 High-Performance Communication for Machine Learning (Presentation) presented in Aachen, Germany, Jan. 2019,
RWTH Aachen
[5] T. Hoefler:
 MPI Remote Memory Access Programming and Scientific Benchmarking of Parallel Codes (Presentation) presented in Aachen, Germany, Jan. 2019,
TU Darmstadt
[6] T. Hoefler:
 An HPC Systems Guy’s View of Quantum Computing (Presentation) presented in Darstadt, Germany, Jan. 2019,

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