GPU hackathons offer a unique opportunity for domain scientists and research software engineers to accelerate and optimize their applications on GPUs. Teams of researchers are paired with experienced GPU mentors to learn and apply the accelerated and parallel computing skills needed by the scientific community. Both current or prospective users of large hybrid CPU/GPU HPC clusters who develop applications that could benefit from GPU acceleration are encouraged to participate!
ENCCS is offering a training workshop on November 18-19 focused on GPU offloading using OpenMP. These new features, which are available since version 4.0, make OpenMP a good option for researchers and developers who wish to accelerate their code on GPUs using a cross-platform framework supported by all HPC device vendors (including NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel)
GPU hackathons offer a unique opportunity for domain scientists and research software engineers to accelerate and optimize their applications on GPUs. Teams of researchers are paired with experienced GPU mentors to learn and apply the accelerated and parallel computing skills needed by the scientific community. Both current or prospective users of large hybrid CPU/GPU HPC clusters who develop applications that could benefit from GPU acceleration are encouraged to participate!
Overview The PRACE Autumn School 2021 will bring together undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in different […]
HPC applications have always had to grapple with running on a wide range of hardware. The current era […]