Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) Lemont, United States of America
This session, organized by the Intel eXtreme Performance Computing Users Group (IXPUG), will focus on highlighting and encouraging community activities to prepare for the use of Intel XPUs (GPUs, FPGAs) in large systems. Programming for heterogeneous platforms containing XPUs within the Intel oneAPI programming framework is the central topic. This builds on IXPUG community work in preparing codes for parallelism on Intel CPUs and Xe devices. Through invited talks and open discussion, the BoF will provide a forum for researchers, code developers, HPC center staff and industry experts to share early experiences with oneAPI on existing and pre-product GPUs.
David Martin will open with a one-minute welcome, Thomas Steinke will give an IXPUG overview for two minutes. The oneAPI initiative will be presented by Joe Curley over ten minutes and Colleen Bertoni and Bethany Lusch will take seven minutes and discuss oneAPI for Aurora and Science Drivers. Finally, there will be ten minutes for a live Q&A with all four presenters.