SC13 Supercomputing Conference
took place in Denver, Colorado Convention Center Nov 17-22
Please find the agenda for SC 13 here >>>
For a quarter of a century, the Supercomputing Conference has served as the crossroads for the entire HPC community. From users and program managers to colleagues and vendors from government to private industry to academia. SC has provided unparalleled cooperation, unequaled collaboration, and unmatched exposure.
And what better place to celebrate our 25th year than in Denver, Colorado? Located near the center of the continental United States, at the convergence of mountain and prairie, where high-rise buildings greet open range and the earth touches the sky, Denver is a community boldly moving into the future.
Spotlighting the most advanced scientific and technical applications in the world, SC13 will bring together the international supercomputing community for an exceptional program of technical papers, tutorials and timely research posters. The SC13 Exhibition Hall will feature exhibits of the latest and greatest technologies from industry, academia and government research organizations; many of these technologies will be seen for the first time in Denver.
!!! New! OpenMP 4.0
The OpenMP Consortium has released OpenMP 4.0 (pdf) a major upgrade of the OpenMP
standard language specifications.
Besides several major enhancements this release provides a new mechanism to
describe regions of code where data and/or computation should be moved to
another computing device, for example to accelerators like GPGPUs or Intel
OpenMP ARB's Website has been considerably overhauled
Please find plenty of up-to-date information around OpenMP there.
is the community of OpenMP researchers and developers in academia
and industry. It is a forum for the dissemination and exchange of
information about OpenMP.
cOMPunity is also a forum for discussing our experiences with this
programming API and for debating ideas that might improve it. cOMPunity was
formally incorporated as a non-profit organization on November 14,
was developed by a consortium of computer vendors to enable the creation
of portable, high-level shared memory parallel programs under Fortran, C and
website will provide up-to-date information
on OpenMP-related news and events. It is a repository of resources
about OpenMP, reading about the experiences of application developers
who use the language, and for finding out about recent research activities.
also be the site for obtaining OpenMP freeware and benchmarks.
We welcome contributions on all of the above.
For comments, suggestions and contributions concerning the web site feel free
to contact the webmaster.
The current specification
API Version 3.1(pdf)