Power a New Era of Accelerated Computing Using OpenMP*

OpenMP* is a popular, portable, and widely supported programming model. It provides capabilities for threaded and task-based parallelism for multicore data-parallel programming using Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) for vector architectures. It also provides support for an offload programming model and accelerators for heterogeneous architectures (xPU). This session demonstrates how to use the OpenMP offload model with the latest Intel® oneAPI compilers to power a new era of accelerated computing with your applications.

Ron Green is a compiler engineer with the Intel® Fortran Compiler team. He is a Fortran spokesperson and advocate in the high-performance computing (HPC) segment. He has been a Fortran and OpenMP developer and consultant for more than 30 years. He is an Intel® Black Belt Software Developer and moderator of the Intel Fortran Compiler user forum.

Varsha Madananth is compiler technical consulting engineer focused on Intel® C++ Compilers. Her expertise includes code modernization using parallel programming techniques, compiler optimizations, heterogenous computing, and microarchitecture tuning.


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