Blending Accelerated Programming Models in the Face of Increasing Hardware Diversity
DescriptionThe choice of programming model for accelerated computing applications depends on a wide range of factors, which weigh differently across application domains, institutions, and even countries. Why does one application use standard programming languages like C++, while another uses embedded programming models like Kokkos or directives such as OpenACC, and yet another directly programs in vendor-specific languages like CUDA or HIP? This panel will work through a comparison of the various choices, and share hands-on experience from developers in different countries and fields of expertise. We’ll explore both technical and non-technical reasons for how the various approaches are mixed. Join us for a fun and insightful session!
TimeSunday, 13 November 20224:15pm - 5pm CST