OpenMP: Where Are We and What’s Next? [Room 18AB]
We will showcase modern OpenMP (“The language that lets you use all your compute resources”) by presenting OpenMP 4.1 and the vision for OpenMP 5.0. Experts will give short presentations on key OpenMP 4.1 features and answer your technical questions. OpenMP CEO Michael Wong will present our vision for OpenMP 5.0 and we’ll finish with an audience-led discussion with a panel including members of the OpenMP ARB.
- Sunday, Nov 15th, 8:30am - 5:00pm
Hands-on Introduction to OpenMP [Room 17B]
Bring your laptop with installed OpenMP compiler for a hands-on introduction.
- Monday, Nov 16th, 8:30am - 5:00pm
Advanced OpenMP Tutorial: Performance and 4.1 Features [Room 13AB]
OpenMP performance, parallelization strategies, advanced features, and more.
- Monday, Nov 16th, 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Debugging and Performance Tools for MPI and OpenMP 4.0 APIs [Room 14]
Parallel debugging and optimization focused on techniques used with accelerators and coprocessors.
RELAX WITH A COLD BEER:
Attend a short talk in our booth [Booth# 2036, meet some of the pros behind the API, and participate in drawings after each talk for the latest book by James Reinders and Jim Jeffers.
- Tuesday, Nov 18th, 11:15 - 11:40am
Power Optimization Strategies in OpenMP – Abid Malik, University of Houston
- Tuesday, Nov 18th, 2:15 - 2:40pm
OpenMP and the Multicore Associates (MCA) – Sunita Chandrasekaran, (University of Delaware)
- Wednesday, Nov 19th, 11:15 - 11:40am
Getting Open Up to Speed – Ruud van der Pas, Oracle
- Wednesday, Nov 19th, 2:15 - 2:40pm
OpenMP Tasking – Michael Klemm, Intel and Christian Terboven, RWTH-Aachen
- Thursday, Nov 20th, 11:15 - 11:30am
OpenMP and Parallware – Manuel Arenaz, Appentra
- Overcoming Distributed Debugging Challenges in MPI + OpenMP Programming Model
- Directive-Based Pipelining Extension for OpenMP
- A Standard Debug Interface for OpenMP Target Regions
- A Deadlock Detection Concept for OpenMP Tasks and Fully Hybrid MPI-OpenMP Applications
Cray: Booth 1833
EPCC: Booth 2503
Fujitsu: Booth 1827
HP: Booth 603
IBM: Booth 522
Intel: Booths 1333, 1533
NASA: Booth 333
NEC: Booth 313
Nvidia: Booth 1021
Oracle: Booth 1327
RedHat: Booth 3112
TACC: Booth 548
Texas Instruments (in the Rapid IO Trade Assoc. Booth): Booth 2917
We managed to interview some of the participants, and those short interview videos are now up on our ≫OpenMP YouTube channel
Topics ranged from OpenMP SIMD to OpenACC and OpenCL, OpenMP usage in the national labs and in financial applications, automatic parallelization tools from Appentra and Silexica, and what’s in store for the next OpenMPCon in Kobe, Japan.
Videos of the actual presentations and the slideware are currently being prepared and will be made available very soon.
And thanks to everyone who attended this very first OpenMPCon, and the staff at SuperC, RWTH Aachen University!
OpenMPCon, the first OpenMP Conference is happening now in Aachen, Germany. Watch this space for links to video interviews and papers.
OpenMP CEO, Michael Wong, is blogging about the upcoming OpenMPCon Developers Conference on his website wongmichael.com:
OpenMPCon next month aims to bring a stellar lineup of the latest industry gurus, users and developers together with the language designers. As such we have 3 keynotes along with two full day tutorial and a day and a half of talks…
Three more talks at OpenMPCon in September…
For the last several years, the OpenMP team has been working in collaboration with Intel, IBM and many other companies to add OpenMP support into clang/llvm.
Over the last 2 years, more OpenMP support has appeared in clang/llvm in llvm 3.5, 3.6 releases.
Now we can announce that this collaboration has achieved full OpenMP 3.1 support in clang/llvm 3.7, which will be released at the end of August. Several features of the OpenMP 4.0 specifications are already supported in clang 3.7, and work continues on OpenMP 4.0 for clang 3.8.
The full details are on Michael Wong’s blog.
Michael Wong, the OpenMP ARB’s CEO, writes on his blog:
It is with great pleasure that I wish to announce OpenMPCon 2015 which is paired and co-located with the sister conference IWOMP 2015 on Sept 28-Oct 2. As OpenMP evolves rapidly with more releases to match pace with the rapidly evolving Hardware and Parallel world (one Technical Report followed by one ratified Specification every year; we are nearly delivering OpenMP 4.1 which you can preview at OpenMPCon), OpenMPCon aims to be the central place for the latest OpenMP Language development, tutorial, tips and tricks, as well developers connecting with language designers, and compiler/tool vendors. This will be done on Monday and Tuesday, and partially on Wednesday where the tutorial is shared with IWOMP but can be attended by both conferences.
IWOMP continues its rich history of academic refereed journal research paper presentations on Thursday and Friday on the latest research that will move OpenMP forward into the next generation, as well as offering experimental data on current OpenMP usage that will allow the Language Committee to refine existing constructs. These two combined conferences form a very healthy way for OpenMP to remain agile and moving forward.
Read the rest on his blog.
The OpenMP 4.1 draft specification has been released for public comment by the Language Committee.
Download the PDF from here: OpenMP 4.1 DRAFT
Comments should be submitted to the OpenMP 4.1 DRAFT - Public Comments forum. Forum membership is free, but is moderated. If not already a member of the OpenMP Discussion Forums, click on the Register link at http://openmp.org/forum/
Public comment closes September 30, 2015.
The program for the OpenMPCon 2015 Developer Conference has been published and online registration is now open.
For full details and to register please visit: http://www.openmpcon.org
The OpenMPCon Developer Conference, which will be held in Aachen, Germany, 28-30 September 2015 includes world-class keynote speakers, technical presentations, tutorials and panel sessions. The depth and breadth of the program caters to both novice and experienced OpenMP developers and plenty of time is built into the program for networking with colleagues and sharing experience.
Sponsors for OpenMPCon include: Appentra, cOMPunity, hgpu.org, insideHPC, Intel, JARA, OpenMP ARB, RWTH Aachen University, Silexica and Texas Instruments.
OpenMPCon is being held at the same venue, and just before, the International Workshop on OpenMP (IWOMP). Registration for IWOMP is also open and can be combined with attending OpenMPCon. More details on IWOMP at: http://www.iwomp.org