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Programming paradigms for new hybrid architectures @ CINECA
CINECA - BOLOGNA
CINECA - BOLOGNA
via Magnanelli 6/3
Casalecchio di Reno (BO)
Objectives of this course are:
1) to provide a comprehensive overview of the architectural trends in the HPC field;
2) to illustrate the different emerging hybrid architectures;
3) to provide the basis of the programming techniques suitable for hybrid architectures Target Audience
This course is addressed to computational scientists that already have familiarity with HPC programming tools and who want to extend their knowledge about new emerging architectures. Topics
- Overview of the architectural trends in HPC
- GP-GPUs and elements of CUDA
- Intel MIC architecture and programming approach
- Basis of OpenCL programming
- Future trends: the Exascale challenge.
Knowledge of C/C++ or Fortran is mandatory. Knowledge of MPI or OpenMP and previous experience in HPC simulations is a plus.