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Beyond the CPU: Is Accelerated Computing for Everyone?
Abstract:
At the brink of Exascale its clear that massive parallelism at the node level is the path forward. Scientists and engineers need highly productive programming environments to speed their time to discovery on todays HPC systems. In addition to the requirements this puts on compilers and software development tools, researchers must shore up their skills in parallel and accelerated computing in order to be ready for the Exascale era. Join Jack Wells, Director of Science at the ORNL Leadership Computing Facility and Vice President of the OpenACC Organization, as he discusses plans to help the HPC developer community take advantage of todays fastest supercomputers and prepare for Exascale through hands-on training and education in state-of-the art programming techniques in 2020 and beyond. Jack will give an overview of how the OpenACC organization mission is expanding to meet these needs and building on its philosophy of a user-driven OpenACC specification to create a bridge to heterogeneous programming using parallel features in standard C++ and Fortran.
 
Topics:
HPC and Supercomputing
Type:
Talk
Event:
Supercomputing
Year:
2019
Session ID:
SC1923
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