This workshop will cover the directive-based programming model based on OpenMP v4 whose multi-vendor support allows users to portably develop applications for parallel accelerated supercomputers. It also includes comparison to the predecessor interface OpenACC v2. The workshop will also demonstrate how to use the Cray Programming Environment tools to identify application bottlenecks, facilitate the porting, provide accelerated performance feedback and to tune the ported applications. The Cray scientific libraries for accelerators will be presented, and interoperability of the directives approach with these and with CUDA will be demonstrated. Through application case studies and tutorials, users will gain direct experience of using both OpenMP and OpenACC directives in realistic applications. Users may also bring their own codes to discuss with Cray specialists or begin porting. This course provides scientific training in Computational Science, and in addition, the scientific exchange of the participants among themselves.
1st day: 9:00-9:30 local registration, 9:30 - 18:00 course
2nd day: 9:00 - 16:30 course
Programming experience in C or Fortran, some knowledge about parallel programming
German (in English, if required)
Stefan Andersson and Mandes Schönherr (Cray)
Each participant will get a paper copy of all slides.
for registration is Feb. 19, 2017 (extended deadline).
Late registrations after the deadline are still possible but maybe with reduced quality of the handouts.
Members of German universities and public research institutes: none.
Members of universities and public research institutes within Europe or PRACE-member countries: none.
Members of other universities and public research institutes: 120 EUR.
Others: 400 EUR.
(includes coffee breaks)
see our How to find us page.
HLRS is part of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS), which is one of the six PRACE Advanced Training Centres (PATCs) that started in Feb. 2012. The mandate for the PATCs is as follows: "The PRACE Advanced Training Centres will serve as European hubs of advanced, world-class training for researchers working in the computational sciences." (see D3.2.3)
This course is a PATC course, see also the PRACE Training Portal and Events. For participants from public research institutions in PRACE countries, the course fee is sponsored through the PRACE PATC program.