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2019 GTC San Jose

S9279 - OpenACC Programming Model- User Stories, Vendor Reaction, Relevance, and Roadmap

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Learn about the roadmaps and latest developments in the OpenACC specification, a directive-based high-level parallel programming model that has gained momentum among scientific application users. OpenACC is an entry-level programming model for the top 500 supercomputers such as Summit, Sunway Taihulight, and Piz Daint. The user-friendly programming model has facilitated acceleration on multiple platforms of over 130 applications, including CAM, ANSYS Fluent, Gaussian, VASP, and Synopsys. As part of our talk, we'll invite scientists, programmers, and researchers to discuss their experiences in adopting OpenACC for scientific applications.


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Tools/Libraries
Performance Optimization Programming Languages Tools/Libraries
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Intermediate technical
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50 minutes
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