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Event Description

Join Cray March 24-27 at the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California.

GTC 2014 is the world’s biggest and most important GPU developer conference. It offers unmatched opportunities to learn how to harness the latest GPU technology, along with face-to-face interaction with industry luminaries and NVIDIA experts.


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Learn More about OpenACC
The twenty-four OpenACC sessions at GTC14 offer something for just about everyone with an interest in the open specification for accelerator directives. You can learn more about using OpenACC, find ways to run your codes faster, explore portability across platforms and open standards, and meet other developers.

Tutorials
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4167 Intro to...Using OpenACC Directives J. Larkin

Monday

10:30am-11:50am

212A

S4200 Advanced...Using OpenACC Directives J. Larkin Monday

1:00pm-2:20pm

212A
S4263 MultiGPU Prog with MPI
J. Krauss / P. Messmer Monday

2:30pm-3:50pm

212A
Hands-On Labs
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4803 Getting Started with OpenACC M. Wolfe

Wednesday

10:30am-11:50am

230B

S4796 Parallel Programming: OpenACC Profiling J. Larkin Thursday

1:00pm-

2:20pm

230A
OpenACC Performance & Performance Portability
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4474 Scaling OpenACC Across Multiple GPUs M. Wolfe

Wednesday

10:30am-11:50am

LL20D

S4472 Performance Analysis & Optimization of OpenACC Applications M. Wolfe Wednesday

9:30am-9:55am

212B
S4468 Cross Platform Performance Portability Using OpenACC M. Wolfe Wednesday

2:00pm-

2:25pm

LL20C
OpenACC and OpenMP
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4437 What’s New in OpenACC 2.0 and OpenMP 4.0 J. Larkin

Tuesday

2:00pm-2:25pm

LL20C

S4595 OpenACC vs. OpenMP4: The Strong, the Weak, the Missing to Develop Performance Portable Applications on GPU and Xeon Phi James Lin, Shanghai Jiao Tong U. Wednesday

2:30pm-2:55pm

LL20C
S4708 Comparing OpenMP 4.0 Device Constructs in OpenACC 2. J. Beyer Tuesday

5:00pm-

5:50pm

LL21F
Developer Tools
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4284 Debugging with Allinea DDT D. Lecomber / S. Deldon

Tuesday

4:00pm-4:50pm

LL20D

S4356 Accelerating Software: Experiences with Profiling and Debugging in Enabling OpenACC Codes to Fly Beau Paisley, Allinea Thursday

2:30pm-2:55pm

210B
Libraries and complementary software
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4213 Kokkos: a Manycore Device Performance Portability Library for C++ HPC Applications H. Carter Edwards, Sandia NL

Tuesday

2:00pm-2:50pm

LL21A

S4576 Exploring New Optimizations for Hybrid Programming Using OpenSHMEM and OpenACC Oscar Hernandez Wednesday

3:30pm-3:55pm

LL20C
Implementations
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4343 OpenUH: An Open Source OpenACC Compiler Xianan Tian

Wednesday

5:00pm-5:25pm

LL20C

OpenACC Developer Experience
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4340 OpenACC Parallelization and Optimization of NAS Parallel Benchmarks Rengan Xu, U of H

Wednesday

3:00pm-3:25pm

LL20C

S4365 RAMSES on the GPU: An OpenACC-based Approach Claudio Gheller Wednesday

4:30pm-4:55pm

212A
S4236 OpenACC Porting Experience for Parallelizing the Zeus MP Code on NVIDIA GPUs Vinay Deshpande Wednesday

5:30pm-

5:55pm

LL20C
S4613 Enabling Gaussian09 on GPGPUs Roberto Gomperts Wednesday

5:30pm-

5:55pm

LL21E
S4157 Development, Parallelization and Performance of the NIM Next-Generation Weather Model on Titan Mark Govett Thursday 9:30am-9:55am 212B
S4493 GPU-Accelerated Modeling of Coherent Processes in Magnetic Nano-Structures Aleksey Demenev Thursday 10:00am-10:25am 212A
Birds of a Feather
ID What Who Day Time
(PDT)
Where
S4514 Panel on Compiler Directives for Accelerated Computing J. Larkin

Wednesday

4:00pm

LL20C

March 24-27
MONDAY-THURSDAY
Location


McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos St.
San Jose, CA 95113
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