oneAPI Tools Panel

Moderator: Henry Gabb

Panelists: Paul Petersen, Xiaozhu Meng, Ruyman Reyes, and Ramesh Peri

oneAPI is a cross-industry, open, standards-based unified programming model. The oneAPI specification extends existing developer programming models to enable a diverse set of hardware through language, a set of library APIs, and a low-level hardware interface to support cross-architecture programming. oneAPI also facilitates the development of programming tools to debug and tune applications for a heterogeneous environment. This panel brings together tools developers from industry and academia. Panelists Ruyman Reyes (Codeplay), Xiaozhu Meng (Rice University), Paul Petersen (Intel), and Ramesh Peri (Intel) discuss what oneAPI means for tool developers and tool users.

Additional Resources

Great Cross-Architecture Challenge—A Coding Challenge

Calling all C++, DPC++, and CUDA developers. We’re searching for the next oneAPI hero—someone who can write code that will run on the latest CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. Submit your best projects to win some amazing prizes.

Supercomputing 2020 (SC20) Recorded Sessions on oneAPI

Self-paced Trainings Using Jupyter* Notebooks

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