At the OpenMP Forefront

November 12th, 2020 |
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Who better to have a spicy discussion with about #OpenMP than Tim Mattson and Bronis de Supinski? These two have truly lived at the forefront of the amazing, decades-long OpenMP journey, from its inception to its preeminence as a foundational tool for HPC application programmers. Listen to what’s coming in 5.1 and beyond, how the C++ ecosystem is evolving, why Python in HPC, and have fun as these two razz each other.

Guests:
Bronis de Supinski, Chief Technology Officer, Livermore Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; Chair, OpenMP Language Committee

Tim Mattson, Senior Principal Engineer, and Manager, Programming Systems Research Group, Intel

To learn more:
OpenMP.org
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