Everest: High-Performance, Distributed, Reconfigurable and Heterogeneous Platforms for Extreme-Scale Data Analytics

December 2, 2021 - 14:30 - 15:30
Technology, platforms and impact
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The EVEREST project started in October 2020. EVEREST aims at proposing a design environment to target high-performance, distributed and FPGA-based architectures. The EVEREST design environment aims at simplifying the description, optimization, and implementation of extreme-scale Big Data applications (with multiple data sources) onto heterogeneous and distributed architectures having different computational paradigms and requirements.

The main objective of the special session is to introduce the EVEREST System Development Kit to the Big Data community. EVEREST harnesses the computational power of future heterogeneous distributed systems for extreme-data applications, moving towards a more efficient big-data computing and knowledge extraction from vast amounts of data. The application of the EVEREST SDK will be illustrated through three use cases in the areas of air-quality monitoring, renewable energy prediction, and traffic simulation.

Antonella Galizia
Researcher at IMATI-CNR and CIMA Foundation
Christian Pilato
Assistant Professor at Politecnico di Milano
Fabien Brocheton
Air quality monitoring at NUMTECH
Katerina Slaninova
Senior researcher at IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center
Radim Cmar
Solution architect at SYGIC
Riccardo Cevasco
Responsible of Power and Gas Metering and Dispatching. at Duferco Energia SpA
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