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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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SYCL for OpenCL: Accelerate High-Performance Software on GPUs, CPUs, FPGAs and Other Processors Using Open Standards in C++

SESSION: Software for HPC

EVENT TYPE: Exhibits, Exhibitor Forums

EVENT TAG(S): Software for HPC

TIME: 3:30PM - 4:00PM

SESSION CHAIR(S): Dane Skow

Presenter(s):Andrew Richards

ROOM:12AB

ABSTRACT:

SYCL is the royalty-free, cross-platform abstraction layer that enables the development of applications and frameworks that build on the underlying concepts, portability and efficiency of OpenCL™, while adding the ease-of-use and flexibility of C++. For example, SYCL can provide single source development where C++ template functions can contain both host and device code to construct complex algorithms that use OpenCL acceleration – and then enable re-use of those templates throughout the source code of an application to operate on different types of data.

This talk will present SYCL as an open standard as well as demonstrate implementations of SYCL and show how using C++ and open standards can deliver huge performance, quickly and easily across a range of hardware platforms.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Dane Skow (Chair) - University of Wyoming|

Andrew Richards - Codeplay

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