Each day of this in-person workshop is dedicated to a different topic:
Day 1 (Oct 24th): Programming with oneAPI
Day 2 (Oct 25th): Performance libraries and profiling
Day 3 (Oct 26th): OpenMP Offloading & MPI
The event is free of charge and open for registration for anyone employed or affiliated with an institution (university, research institute, enterprise, public administration unit) from Poland or any other EuroCC2 country.
Register for any (or all) of the days using individual registration forms below. If registrations exceed the number of planned participants, we will maintain a waiting list.
Please note that this is an in-person only event in Krakow, Poland.
Stephen Blair-Chappell is an independent software consultant and is an Intel-certified oneAPI instructor. He was formerly the Technical Director at Bayncore where he led a team of consultants providing HPC and AI training on Intel Architecture. For 18 years he was a Technical Consulting Engineer at Intel helping their strategic customers in software optimization and code modernization. He is the author of the book "Parallel Programming with Intel Parallel Studio XE".
Biagio Cosenza is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Salerno, Italy, and a member of the Khronos SYCL Working Group. He joined the University of Salerno in August 2019 through a national brain gain program (Attraction and International Mobility), and received the Abilitazione for Italian Associate Professorship. From 2015 to 2019, he was Senior Research at the TU Berlin, Germany, where he was Principal Investigator for the DFG project Celerity and received the Habilitation from the Faculty IV. From 2011 to 2015, he was Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, where he contributed to the Insieme Compiler project and the DK- Plus multidisciplinary platform for Scientific Computing. His research is currently funded by the European HPC Joint Undertaking (LIGATE project), the Italian Ministry of Research (LibreRT project, PRIN 2022), and several industrial projects. Cosenza’s main research interests are in the field of high performance computing, in particular with respect to programming models, compiler technology, optimization and tuning.