Date: June 25, 14:00 - 18:00 CET This tutorial will focus on the 16 most widely used constructs that make up the ‘OpenMP common core’. We will present a unique, productivity-oriented
Date: June 25, 14:00 – 18:00 CET
This tutorial will focus on the 16 most widely used constructs that make up the ‘OpenMP common core’. We will present a unique, productivity-oriented approach by introducing its usage based on common motifs in scientific code, and how each one will be parallelized. This will enable attendees to focus on the parallelization of components and how components combine in real applications. Attendees will use active learning through a carefully selected set of exercises, building knowledge on parallelization of key motifs (e.g. matrix multiplication, map reduce) that are valid across multiple scientific codes in everything from CFD to Molecular Simulation.
- Manuel Arenaz (CEO Appentra Solutions)
- Barbara Chapman (Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and of Computer Science Brookhaven National Lab)
- Reuben Budiardja (Computational Scientist Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
- Oscar Hernandez (Research Staff Member NVIDIA
(Friday) 14:00 - 18:00
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