OpenMP is a portable and scalable parallel programming model that gives programmers a flexible interface for directive-based programming of shared-memory parallel machines. Used in conjunction with MPI, OpenMP can enable scientific software to be scaled up to large supercomputers. Since version 4.0, OpenMP supports offloading to accelerator devices such as GPUs and thus provides developers with a single framework that can be used across existing and future GPU devices from multiple vendors.
ENCCS is collaborating with the eminent CodeRefinery project, the partly NeIC-funded, partly community-driven project which has been teaching […]
The online 2nd LUMI Roadshow attracted 55 participants and was built upon the 1st LUMI Roadshow where the […]
As part of an ongoing collaboration, ENCCS and Nvidia corporation co-organized an “AI for Science” Bootcamp event on […]
The recent GROMACS advanced workshop was enthusiastically attended by 30 participants from Sweden, Finland, and even around the […]