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oneAPI OpenMP Workshop

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Adelais Mills.

A hands-on, practical workshop where you will learn the fundamentals of programming in a heterogeneous environment.

OpenMP offload constructs are a set of directives for C+ and Fortran that were introduced in OpenMP 4.0 and further enhanced in later versions. These directives allow developers to offload data and execution to target accelerators such as GPUs. OpenMP offload is supported in the oneAPI HPC Toolkit with the C+ Compiler and the Fortran Compiler, and targets Intel Graphics including Xe Architecture.

Follow this learning path to get hands-on practice with OpenMP Offload Basics using a Jupyter Notebook on Intel Developer Cloud.

Developers will learn the basics of applying OpenMP offload directives to target GPUs.

Practice the essential concepts and features of OpenMP offload with live sample code on Intel Developer Cloud.

Lunch and refreshments provided.

This talk is part of the RSE Seminars series.

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