Yanhua Sun
PhD Student
sun51 at illinois.edu
Profile
Yanhua Sun is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate at University of Illinois. She works with her advisor Professor Kale in the Parallel Programming Lab(PPL). She received a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Technology from Shandong University,China in 2005 and a Master degree in Computer Science from Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China in 2008. She worked as a research staff in the Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences for one year.

Research Interests Communication Optimization; Runtime Adaptivity; One-sided Network Optimization; Parallel Molecular Dynamics; Visualization and Performance Analysis

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Research Areas
Papers
14-18
2014
[Paper]
TRAM: Optimizing Fine-grained Communication with Topological Routing and Aggregation of Messages [ICPP 2014]
14-17
2014
[Paper]
Mapping to Irregular Torus Topologies and Other Techniques for Petascale Biomolecular Simulation [SC 2014]
14-12
2014
[Paper]
PICS: A Performance-Analysis-Based Introspective Control System to Steer Parallel Applications [ROSS 2014]
14-07
2014
[Paper]
Parallel Programming with Migratable Objects: Charm++ in Practice [SC 2014]
13-44
2013
[Paper]
Parallel Science and Engineering Applications: The Charm++ Approach: Chapter 3: Tools for Debugging and Performance Analysis [Book 2013]
13-43
2013
[Paper]
Parallel Science and Engineering Applications: The Charm++ Approach: Chapter 4: Scalable Molecular Dynamics with NAMD [Book 2013]
12-50
2013
[Paper]
Acceleration of an Asynchronous Message Driven Programming Paradigm on IBM Blue Gene/Q [IPDPS 2013]
12-47
2012
[Paper]
Migratable Objects + Active Messages + Adaptive Runtime = Productivity + Performance: A Submission to the 2012 HPC Class II Challenge [SC 2012]
12-33
2012
[Paper]
Optimizing Fine-grained Communication in a Biomolecular Simulation Application on Cray XK6 [SC 2012]
11-50
2012
[Paper]
A uGNI-Based Asynchronous Message-Driven Runtime System for Cray Supercomputers with Gemini Interconnect [IPDPS 2012]
11-49
2011
[Paper]
Charm++ for Productivity and Performance: A Submission to the 2011 HPC Class II Challenge [SC 2011]
11-25
2011
[Paper]
ParSSSE: An Adaptive Parallel State Space Search Engine [PPL 2011]
11-17
2011
[Paper]
Enabling and Scaling Biomolecular Simulations of 100~Million Atoms on Petascale Machines with a Multicore-Optimized Message-Driven Runtime [SC 2011]
11-05
2011
[Paper]
An Adaptive Framework for Large-scale State Space Search [LSPP 2011]
Talks/Posters
13-59
2013
[Talk]
LRTS: A Portable High Performance Low-level Communication Interface [Charm++ Workshop 2013]
13-03
2013
[Poster]
Charm++: Migratable Objects + Active Messages + Adaptive Runtime = Productivity + Performance [PSAAP Site-visit 2013]
12-48
2012
[Talk]
Optimizing Fine-grained Communication in a Biomolecular Simulation Application on Cray XK6 [SC 2012]
12-26
2012
[Talk]
A uGNI-Based Asynchronous Message-Driven Runtime System for Cray Supercomputers with Gemini Interconnect [IPDPS 2012]
11-20
2011
[Poster]
Scaling NAno Molecular Dynamic(NAMD) on Petascale machines using Charm++ [PPL Talk 2011]
11-19
2011
[Talk]
An Adaptive Framework for Large-scale State Space Search [LSPP 2011]