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OpenMP API Helps Speed up Search for COVID-19 Drug

2020-04-14T14:12:31+00:00Apr 06, 2020|

Speeding up drug discovery is urgently required and researchers around the world are using AutoDock 4.2 to identify novel drug candidates against COVID-19. This use case shows that the OpenMP API provides a useful and stable environment for node-level parallelization of AutoDock 4.2.

OpenMP Hackathon at Brookhaven National Laboratory

2020-04-06T17:43:13+00:00Oct 08, 2019|

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.

TR7 – OpenMP 5.0 Draft Now Available for Public Discussion

2020-04-08T13:04:12+00:00Jul 18, 2018|

This Technical Report is the public comment draft for the OpenMP Application Programming Specification version 5.0 that augments the OpenMP API Specification version 4.5 with support for C11, C++14/17, and Fortran 2008, for concurrent loops, improved worksharing constructs, task reductions, runtime interfaces for first-party (OMPT) and for third-party tools (OMPD), major extensions to the device constructs, memory allocation features, improved task dependencies, and several clarifications and corrections.

Report: UK OpenMP Users’ Conference

2020-04-08T13:08:58+00:00Jun 22, 2018|

The first UK OpenMP Users’ Group Meeting took place at St Catherine’s College Oxford on May 21st and 22nd. Over 40 people attended with everyone who completed the survey saying they would recommend it to colleagues, and rating it as either “Excellent”, or “Very Good”. The presentations are now available online.

20 Years of OpenMP Article in Scientific Computing World

2020-04-08T13:25:01+00:00May 04, 2018|

Michael Klemm, CEO, and Matthijs van Waveren, marketing coordinator for the OpenMP ARB, along with Jim Cownie, principal engineer, Intel Corporation (UK), consider the development of OpenMP over the last 20 years. The article appears in Super Computing World, and requires registering for a free account (if you don't already have one.)