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OpenMP Hackathon at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Oct 08, 2019|Comments Off on OpenMP Hackathon at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Blog Report: The OpenMP hackathon held at Brookhaven National Laboratory involved eight application teams from US national labs and universities working to fully leverage pre-Exascale systems using the latest OpenMP features. The event was sponsored by the Exascale Computing Project (ECP), the OpenMP ARB, cOMPunity and the SOLLVE team. more

ECP OpenMP Hackathons

Jun 25, 2019|Comments Off on ECP OpenMP Hackathons

ECP SOLLVE, in conjunction with ORNL and NERSC, are organizing two OpenMP Hackathons in July and August. We encourage participation of teams interested in using OpenMP to port and optimize their applications on GPUs, and in using OpenMP for energy-efficient processor architectures. more

OpenMP @ ISC 2019

May 20, 2019|Comments Off on OpenMP @ ISC 2019

Join us at ISC 2019 in Frankfurt (June 16-20) for the BOF 'OpenMP 5.0 is Here: What do I Need to Know About it and What's Coming Next?, plus two tutorials: 'OpenMP Common Core: Learning Parallelization of Real Applications from the Ground-Up' and 'Advanced OpenMP: Performance and 5.0 Features'. more

The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre joins the OpenMP effort

Apr 02, 2019|Comments Off on The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre joins the OpenMP effort

The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Germany (LRZ) has joined the OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB), a group of leading hardware and software vendors and research organizations creating the standard for the most popular shared-memory parallel programming model in use today.

MHPCC and the U of Manchester Join the OpenMP Effort

Nov 14, 2018|Comments Off on MHPCC and the U of Manchester Join the OpenMP Effort

The Maui High-Performance Computing Center (MHPCC) and the University of Manchester have joined the OpenMP ARB. This brings the number of vendors and research organizations now collaborating on developing the standard parallel programming model to 33.