The OpenMP ARB announces the appointment of Barbara Chapman to its Board of Directors. Barbara Chapman is a professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and of Computer Science, at Stony Brook University. She is also director of Computer Science and Mathematics at Brookhaven National Lab, where she leads an effort to evolve OpenMP and its implementation for large-scale scientific applications. Barbara aims to improve outreach and training activities to facilitate the adoption of OpenMP.
OpenMP ARB Technical Report 6 (TR6) extends TR4 adding a number of key features and is a preview of OpenMP 5.0, expected in November 2018. more
The presentations from the 3rd OpenMP developers conference are now available for download from the OpenMPCon website. The conference is the annual forum for the discussion of all aspects of parallel programming with OpenMP. more
The OpenMP ARB has appointed Duncan Poole of NVIDIA and Kathryn O’Brien of IBM to its Board of Directors. They bring a wealth of experience to the OpenMP ARB. read more
Advancing the frontiers of high-performance and data-intensive computing is central to Brookhaven’s mission and membership in the OpenMP ARB recognizes the importance of OpenMP within their science portfolio read more
The OpenMP Architecture Review Board (ARB) celebrates this year the 20th anniversary of its incorporation and of the release of the first OpenMP API specification for parallel processing. The first two events that will form part of the official celebrations are hereby announced.
TR4 is a preview of OpenMP 5.0 and augments the current V4.5 with new language features, clarifications, and fixes. “TR4 contains features that help OpenMP maintain its strong position as the gold standard in shared memory programming,” Michael Klemm, CEO OpenMP ARB. read more
Inria, the French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics joins the OpenMP ARB group. "Inria looks forward to contribute this expertise in making OpenMP meet the challenges of the Exascale era”.
The University of Bristol has joined the OpenMP ARB group of leading organizations creating the standard for the most popular shared-memory parallel programming model in use today.