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Introduction to AMD's EPYC Architecture and Programming Environment on Delta

12/01/2021 13:00 - 12/01/2021 14:00 CST
webcast
Registration
Registration open date
11/18/2021 09:00 CST
Registration close date
12/01/2021 13:00 CST
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300 registrants

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Contact
kappes@illinois.edu
Contact phone
217-244-2170
Contact email
kappes@illinois.edu
Location
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Zoom (Coordinates provided after registration)
Phone
217-244-2170
URL
https://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/

Presenters:

Dr. Alan K. Minga, AMD Field Applications Engineer (HPC Specialist)
Boris Conwie, AMD Field Applications Engineer (AMD Center of Excellence)

Description

NCSA's Delta, a recent addition to the XSEDE resource portfolio, will use AMD EPYC processors, including the 3rd Generation AMD EPYC™ Processor code-named Milan, to provide CPU compute power. Delta’s AMD programming environment will use the AMD AOCC compiler and AMD AOCL suite of numerical libraries. Researchers will need to use this programming environment and implement runtime strategies to best utilize Delta’s AMD resources. In this webinar, AMD engineers will discuss the EPYC processor architecture, AMD compilers and libraries, and best practices for running on these new systems.

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Posted: 11/18/2021 16:07 UTC