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OpenMPCon 2015 – As It Happened

Wednesday 30th September A good time to remind everyone that the recordings of the presentations will be made available online as soon as possible. Sign-up to the OpenMPCon newsletter to make sure you receive the announcement when they are available. 11:30am - Helen He from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab provides an overview of the [...]

By | September 28th, 2015|OpenMPCon-2015|Comments Off on OpenMPCon 2015 – As It Happened

How to fast track your way to being an OpenMP Guru – Attend the OpenMPCon 2015 Advanced Tutorials

OpenMPCon this month aims to bring a stellar lineup of the latest industry gurus, users and developers together with the language designers. I will now describe one of final gems of attending the OpenMP Developers conference along with all the other great talks that reveal the nuts and bolts of OpenMP. The OpenMPCon tutorial sessions [...]

By | September 10th, 2015|OpenMPCon-2015|Comments Off on How to fast track your way to being an OpenMP Guru – Attend the OpenMPCon 2015 Advanced Tutorials

Grill the OpenMP Committee

OpenMPCon this month aims to bring a stellar lineup of the latest industry gurus, users and developers together with the language designers.  We have 3 keynotes along with two full days of tutorials and a day and a half of talks for you to look forward, plus the opportunity to network with friends and colleagues with [...]

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OpenMP-Enabled Scalable Scientific Software for Extreme Scale Applications: Fusion Energy Science

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Prof. William M. Tang Organisation: Princeton University/Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Abstract: A major challenge for supercomputing today is to demonstrate how advances in HPC technology translate to accelerated progress in key application domains – especially with respect to reduction in “time-to-solution” and also “energy to solution” of advanced codes that [...]

By | August 26th, 2015|OpenMPCon-2015|Comments Off on OpenMP-Enabled Scalable Scientific Software for Extreme Scale Applications: Fusion Energy Science

Enabling Application Portability across HPC Platforms using Open Standards: User-oriented goals for OpenMP

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Tim Mattson, Intel (on behalf of Alice Koniges) Organisation: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Other Authors: Richard Gerber and Yun He, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Fernanda Foertter, Oak Ridge National Lab Abstract: Portability plus performance are key requirements for large-scale scientific simulations on the path to exascale. Users of the [...]

By | July 13th, 2015|OpenMPCon-2015|Comments Off on Enabling Application Portability across HPC Platforms using Open Standards: User-oriented goals for OpenMP

OpenMP 4.x Accelerator Model

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speakers: Eric Stotzer James Beyer Organisation: Texas Instruments Abstract: OpenMP is the dominant programming model for shared-memory parallelism in C, C++ and Fortran due to its easy-to-use directive-based style, portability and broad support by compiler vendors. Compute-intensive application regions are increasingly being accelerated using specialized heterogeneous devices and a programming [...]

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SIMD Programming with OpenMP

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Georg Zitzelsberger Organisations: Intel Corp Abstract: If you think OpenMP is merely about threading then you might be interested in the latest features of OpenMP 4.x that exploit the SIMD capabilities of modern processors.   Since processors tend to spend more die space for SIMD, growing with every new generation, [...]

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Advanced OpenMP Tasking

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Michael Klemm and Christian Terboven Organisations: Intel Corp. and RWTH Aachen University Abstract: Coming Soon

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“OpenMP Does Not Scale”

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Ruud van der Pas Organisation: Oracle Corporation Abstract: Unfortunately it is a very widespread myth that OpenMP Does Not Scale - a myth we intend to dispel in this talk.Every parallel system has its strengths and weaknesses. This is true for clustered systems, but also for shared memory parallel computers.  [...]

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A Hands-On Introduction to OpenMP

Schedule: View OpenMPCon 2015 Program Speaker: Tim Mattson Organisation: Intel Corp. Abstract*: OpenMP is one of the most common parallel programming models in use today. It is relatively easy to use which makes it a great language to start with when learning to write parallel software. For this tutorial we assume you know C (OpenMP [...]

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