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A. Thune and X. Cai. Balancing the numerical and parallel performance for reservoir simulations In SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE19), Spokane, Washington, USA., 2019.
C. Jarvis, G. T. Lines, J. Langguth, K. Nakajima and X. Cai. Combining algorithmic rethinking and AVX-512 intrinsics for efficient simulation of subcellular calcium signaling In International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2019). Springer, 2019.
J. D. Trotter, X. Cai, S. W. Funke and J. Langguth. Compiling finite element variational forms for GPU-based assembly In FEniCS‘19, Washington DC, USA., 2019.
X. Cai. Heterogeneous computing for cardiac electrophysiology In PREAPP workshop on Efficient Frameworks for Compute- and Data-intensive Computing (EFFECT), University of Tromsø, Norway., 2019.
J. Lagravière, J. Langguth, M. Prugger, L. Einkemmer, P. H. Ha and X. Cai. "Performance optimization and modeling of fine-grained irregular communication in UPC." Scientific Programming 2019 (2019): Article ID 6825728.
J. Langguth, H. Arevalo, K. G. Hustad and X. Cai. Towards Detailed Real-Time Simulations of Cardiac Arrhythmia. International Conference in Computing in Cardiology, Singapore, 2019.
J. Langguth, H. Arevalo, K. G. Hustad and X. Cai. Towards Detailed Real-Time Simulations of Cardiac Arrhythmia In Computing in Cardiology. Vol. 46. IEEE, 2019.
X. Cai. Unstructured computational meshes and data locality In Fifth Workshop on Programming Abstractions for Data Locality (PADAL'19), Inria Bordeaux, France., 2019.
X. Cai. Use of modern processor architectures for computing the electrical activity in the heart In Schlumberger Eureka Applied Math Special Interest Group Meeting., 2019.
X. Cai and J. Langguth. Accelerated high-performance computing for computational cardiac electrophysiology In The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan., 2017.
G. Y. Paulsen, S. Clark, B. Nordmoen, S. Nenakhov, A. Andersson, X. Cai and H. P. Dahle. Automated Translation of MATLAB Code to C++ with Performance and Traceability In The Eleventh International Conference on Advanced Engineering Computing and Applications in Sciences (ADVCOMP 2017), Edited by C. Rückemann and D. Vucinic. International Academy, Research and Industry Association (IARIA), 2017.