Workshop: Ninth Workshop on Accelerator Programming Using Directives (WACCPD 2022)
Event TypeWorkshop
Registration Categories
Accelerator-based Architectures
Dataflow and Tasking
Directive Based Programming
Heterogeneous Systems
Parallel Programming Languages and Models
Runtime Systems
Session Formats
TimeFriday, 18 November 20228:30am - 12pm CST
DescriptionHeterogeneous node architectures are becoming omnipresent in today’s HPC systems. Exploiting the maximum compute capability out of such systems, while also maintaining code portability and maintainability, necessitates accelerator programming approaches such as OpenMP offloading, OpenACC, standard C++/Fortran parallelism, SYCL, DPC++, Kokkos, and RAJA. However, the use of these programming approaches remains a research activity and there are many possible trade-offs between performance, portability, maintainability, and ease of use that must be considered for optimal use of accelerator-based HPC systems.

Toward this end, the workshop will highlight the improvements over state-of-the-art through the accepted papers. In addition, the event will foster discussion with a keynote/panel to draw the community’s attention to key areas that will facilitate the transition to accelerator-based HPC. The workshop aims to showcase all aspects of innovative high-level language features, lessons learned while using directives/abstractions to migrate scientific legacy code, experiences using novel accelerator architectures, among others.

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