Hands-On HPC Application Development Using C++ and SYCL
DescriptionSYCL is a programming model that lets developers support a wide variety of devices (CPUs, GPUs, and more) from a single code base. Given the growing heterogeneity of processor roadmaps, moving to an open standard, platform-independent model such as SYCL is essential for modern software developers. SYCL has the further advantage of supporting a single-source style of programming from completely standard C++.

In this tutorial, we will introduce SYCL and provide programmers with a solid foundation they can build on to gain mastery of this language. The main benefit of using SYCL over other heterogeneous programming models is the single programming language approach, which enables one to target multiple devices using the same programming model, and therefore to have a cleaner, portable, and more readable code.

This is a hands-on tutorial. The real learning will happen as students write code. The format will be short presentations followed by hands-on exercises.
Event Type
Tutorial
TimeMonday, 14 November 20228:30am - 5pm CST
LocationD173
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TUT
Tags
Accelerator-based Architectures
Applications
Heterogeneous Systems
Post-Moore Computing
Quantum Computing
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