The annual gathering of the OpenMP developer community
OpenMPCon is the annual conference for OpenMP developers to discuss of all aspects of parallel programming with OpenMP. It is the premier forum to present and discuss applications, tools, techniques, libraries and trends relating to parallel programming with OpenMP.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCED
Alexander Pletzer, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)
In this keynote Alexander will start by providing a high level overview of NeSI, the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure group that provides a national HPC umbrella in New Zealand. He will then describe the domains in which OpenMP is currently being used in New Zealand and then provide details of future-facing projects, including how LFRIC (the replacement for the Unified Model climate code currently under development) is thinking about OpenMP implementations.
The full conference program is now available.
Recent OpenMPCon Presentation Slides
Thanks to everyone who has participated to make OpenMPCon such a success. The archive presentations can now be downloaded by following the links below.
FAQ: What is the difference between OpenMPCon and IWOMP?
IWOMP is our sister conference, which has a more research/academic focus and takes place at the same location immediately after OpenMPCon. The workshops sessions on Wednesday are shared between both events. Delegates are encouraged to attend both events and discounted ‘attend-all-sessions’ tickets are available.
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