Blaze a Trail in DPC++

Published: 04/23/2021  

Last Updated: 08/03/2021

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Aleksander Ilic
Assistant professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) University of Lisbon

Rafael Torres Campos
Researcher, High Performance Computing Architectures & Systems Group, Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores - Investigação e Desenvolvimento (INESC-ID)

Epistasis detection holds great promise for the prevention and treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, and breast cancer. INESC-ID researchers, Aleksander Ilic and Rafael Torres Campos are collaborating with other researchers and developers across Portugal through the HiPErBio project to advance the precision and efficiency of epistasis detection, using Intel® DevCloud, Intel® CPUs and GPUs, such as the Intel® Iris® Xe MAX GPU. Rafael shares his experiences in porting bioinformatics applications from OpenCL™ platform to DPC++ to target multiple hardware architectures, the speedups he achieved, and some surprises along the way.

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