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[farmshare-discuss] su-hpc group meeting: speaker from Intel: OpenMP 4.0
nwh at stanford.edu
Sun Jan 26 11:09:19 PST 2014
Are slides from this talk available? I missed the talk, but would like to
learn about OpenMP 4. Also, thanks for putting on talks like this!
On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 1:27 PM, Alex Chekholko <chekh at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Michael Klemm from Intel will be our guest speaker at the upcoming SU-HPC
> seminar on January 23rd. The presentation will be on OpenMP 4.0 and is open
> to the entire Stanford community.
> > OpenMP 4.0, Michael Klemm, Intel
> > Thursday, January 23, 3:30 - 5pm, Spilker 232
> > Abstract: OpenMP 4.0 is the current release of the OpenMP API
> specification. It added new major features to the OpenMP language to
> incorporate latest technological trends in HPC and beyond. The new features
> will significantly increase the expressiveness of OpenMP and its
> applicability for complex HPC codes. In this presentation, we will provide
> an in-depth overview of the new features. The presented features include
> user-defined reductions, support for SIMD instructions, support for
> accelerators/coprocessors, and affinity.
> > Bio: Michael Klemm is part of Intel's Software and Services Group,
> Developer Relations Division. His focus is on High Performance and
> Throughput Computing. Michael holds a Doctor of Engineering degree
> (Dr.-Ing.) in Computer Science from the Friedrich-Alexander-University
> Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. Michael's areas of interest include compiler
> construction, design of programming languages, parallel programming, and
> performance analysis and tuning. Michael is Intel representative in the
> OpenMP Language Committee and leads the efforts to develop error handling
> features for OpenMP.
> chekh at stanford.edu 347-401-4860
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