This is a two day course given on Friday 9th and Monday 12th of June.
On June 16 there will additionally be an optional mini-hackathon event where participants are invited to bring their own code that they want to port to GPUs and get expert help from mentors.
This workshop is based on a multilateral collaboration between GPU programming specialists from KTH in Sweden, HPC2N in Umeå, CSC in Finland, NRIS in Norway, Aarhus University in Denmark, Vilnius University in Lithuania, Aalto University in Finland, and ENCCS. It is meant to help both software developers and decision makers navigate the GPU programming landscape and make more informed decisions on which languages or frameworks to learn and use for their projects. This workshop is most relevant to researchers and engineers who already develop software which runs on CPUs in workstations or supercomputers, but also to decision makers or project managers who don’t write code but make strategic decisions in software projects, whether it’s in academia, industry or the public sector.
For more details and registration, please visit the event page