Pietro Cicotti
Pietro Cicotti
Senior Deep Learning Architect, NVIDIA
Verified email at nvidia.com
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Homogeneous redundancy: a technique to ensure integrity of molecular simulation results using public computing
M Taufer, D Anderson, P Cicotti, CL Brooks
19th IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, 9 pp., 2005
962005
Rthms: A tool for data placement on hybrid memory system
IB Peng, R Gioiosa, G Kestor, P Cicotti, E Laure, S Markidis
ACM SIGPLAN Notices 52 (9), 82-91, 2017
482017
Gordon: design, performance, and experiences deploying and supporting a data intensive supercomputer
SM Strande, P Cicotti, RS Sinkovits, WS Young, R Wagner, M Tatineni, ...
Proceedings of the 1st Conference of the Extreme Science and Engineering …, 2012
422012
Bamboo--Translating MPI applications to a latency-tolerant, data-driven form
T Nguyen, P Cicotti, E Bylaska, D Quinlan, SB Baden
SC'12: Proceedings of the International Conference on High Performance …, 2012
402012
Evaluation of emerging memory technologies for HPC, data intensive applications
A Suresh, P Cicotti, L Carrington
2014 IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing (CLUSTER), 239-247, 2014
382014
Exploring the performance benefit of hybrid memory system on HPC environments
IB Peng, R Gioiosa, G Kestor, P Cicotti, E Laure, S Markidis
2017 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium …, 2017
362017
A scalable and accurate method for classifying protein–ligand binding geometries using a MapReduce approach
T Estrada, B Zhang, P Cicotti, RS Armen, M Taufer
Computers in biology and medicine 42 (7), 758-771, 2012
312012
Mimir: Memory-efficient and scalable MapReduce for large supercomputing systems
T Gao, Y Guo, B Zhang, P Cicotti, Y Lu, P Balaji, M Taufer
2017 IEEE international parallel and distributed processing symposium (IPDPS …, 2017
282017
Evidence of exponential speed-up in the solution of hard optimization problems
FL Traversa, P Cicotti, F Sheldon, M Di Ventra
Complexity 2018, 2018
262018
Tarragon: a programming model for latency-hiding scientific computations
P Cicotti
University of California, San Diego, 2011
252011
Dgmonitor: A performance monitoring tool for sandbox-based desktop grid platforms
P Cicotti, M Taufer, AA Chien
The Journal of Supercomputing 34 (2), 113-133, 2005
242005
Enabling in-situ data analysis for large protein-folding trajectory datasets
B Zhang, T Estrada, P Cicotti, M Taufer
2014 IEEE 28th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium …, 2014
212014
Latency hiding and performance tuning with graph-based execution
P Cicotti, SB Baden
2011 First Workshop on Data-Flow Execution Models for Extreme Scale …, 2011
202011
Data intensive analysis on the gordon high performance data and compute system
RS Sinkovits, P Cicotti, S Strande, M Tatineni, P Rodriguez, N Wolter, ...
Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge …, 2011
182011
Efficient speed (ES): Adaptive DVFS and clock modulation for energy efficiency
P Cicotti, A Tiwari, L Carrington
2014 IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing (CLUSTER), 158-166, 2014
162014
Characterizing the performance benefit of hybrid memory system for HPC applications
IB Peng, R Gioiosa, G Kestor, JS Vetter, P Cicotti, E Laure, S Markidis
Parallel Computing 76, 57-69, 2018
152018
Adamant: Tools to capture, analyze, and manage data movement
P Cicotti, L Carrington
Procedia Computer Science 80, 450-460, 2016
152016
Asynchronous programming with Tarragon
P Cicotti, SB Baden
Proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Symposium on High Performance …, 2006
152006
An evaluation of threaded models for a classical md proxy application
P Cicotti, SM Mniszewski, L Carrington
2014 Hardware-Software Co-Design for High Performance Computing, 41-48, 2014
132014
Stress-testing memcomputing on hard combinatorial optimization problems
F Sheldon, P Cicotti, FL Traversa, M Di Ventra
IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems 31 (6), 2222-2226, 2019
112019
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