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Performance Portable Implementation of~a~Kinetic Plasma Simulation Mini-App

Fine-Grained MPI+OpenMP Plasma Simulations: Communication Overlap with Dependent Tasks

Scaling and optimizing the Gysela code on a cluster of many-core processors

InKS, a Programming Model to Decouple Performance from Algorithm in HPC Codes

Combining Both a Component Model and a Task-based Model for HPC Applications: a Feasibility Study on GYSELA

Benefits of SMT and of Parallel Transpose Algorithm for the Large-Scale GYSELA Application

From DSL to HPC Component-Based Runtime: A Multi-Stencil DSL Case Study

An approach to increase reliability of hpc simulation, application to the GYSELA5D Code

Evaluating Kernels on Xeon Phi to accelerate GYSELA application

A Low Level Component Model Enabling Performance Portability of HPC Applications

Scaling GYSELA code beyond 32K-cores on Blue Gene/Q

On Model-Driven Engineering to implement a Component Assembly Compiler for High Performance Computing

Increasing Reuse in Component Models through Genericity

On Abstractions of Software Component Models for Scientific Applications

Enabling collective communications between components