DATE
May 27, 2022
TIME
9:00 am to 6:30 pm CET
Register

oneAPI DevSummit at ISC 2022

Join us for this year’s all-remote technical conference to see the growing momentum of oneAPI and learn about how the community is using oneAPI on various platforms such as ARM, NVIDIA, Intel and more for HPC and AI workloads.This year offers a full day of hands-on tutorials, tech talks, and workshops spanning all things high-performance computing and AI: hardware, oneAPI software tools, best-practice techniques, and more to advance and deploy next-generation innovations that scale across platforms.

 

What you’ll get:

  • Fresh new content from industry-leading experts—SiPearl, Argonne, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Durham University, and more.
  • Topics covering cross-architecture computing, SYCL programming challenges and opportunities, AI analytics, and Exascale.
  • Advance insight about the latest advancements shaping the future of high-performance computing.
  • A deep dive into cross-architecture software development—tech talks, how-to’s, and hands-on training sessions

 

May 27th

May 27th

9:00 - 9:15 CET

Introduction

Alison Richards
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Alison Richards

Alison Richards is a director at Intel Corporation, running the oneAPI Industry Initiative. She has held a variety of marketing and business development leadership roles during her tenure at Intel. Alison was part of many start-up activities within Intel including Intel’s original advertising team, Intel Software Developer Relations and Intel Capital. She has overseen both strategy and go-to-market of technologies that have helped change and define our world, including making wireless ubiquitous, the introduction of classmate PCs, Intel’s mobile tablets for both Windows and Android and driving Internet of Things marketing. Previously, Alison worked at The Santa Cruz Operations (SCO) selling Unix Software to Pacific, Asia and Latin America. Alison has a global world view and speaks 5-7 languages. She sits on the board of How Women Lead Silicon Valley Branch.

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9:15 - 9:35 CET

The Evolving Open Ecosystem for Accelerated Computing

Joe Curley
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Joe Curley

Joseph (Joe) Curley serves Intel Corporation as Vice President & General Manager – Intel Software Products & Ecosystem. His primary responsibilities include supporting the oneAPI industry initiative, product management of Intel’s oneAPI product implementation, and supporting the oneAPI developer ecosystem. Mr. Curley joined Intel Corporation in 2007, and has served in multiple other strategic planning, ecosystem development, and business leadership roles. Prior to joining Intel, Joe worked at Dell, Inc. leading the global workstation product line, the consumer and small business desktop product line, and in a series of engineering roles. He began his career at computer graphics pioneer Tseng Labs.

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9:35 - 10:05 CET

Powering Heterogenous Computing with oneAPI on ARM and Ponte Vecchio with SiPearl

Vincent Casillas
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Vincent Casillas

Expert in software design, Vincent has always worked closely with hardware architecture teams, particularly in the context of innovative multimedia projects carried out at Valeo, STMicroelectronics and on behalf of Ateme’s major customers. A close collaborator of Philippe Notton in the consumer division of STMicroelectronics, where he managed the research and development teams, Vincent brings SiPearl his experience in the management of development projects and in process implementation. Before joining SiPearl, Vincent was head of software for the vehicle connectivity solutions division of the Valeo group. Vincent has an engineering degree from ISIMA with specialization in hardware architecture and circuit design.

Shailen Sobhee
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Shailen Sobhee

Shailen Sobhee is a Software Architect for Exascale with over 8 years of HPC and AI experience. A seasoned speaker and a technology enthusiast. He is a huge fan of open and standardized and scalable technologies.

Gilles Civario
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Gilles Civario

Gilles Civario is Software Architect for Exascale based in France. Previous, he was a senior HPC architect at Dell and ICHEC. Gilles has a background in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing.

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10:05 - 10:20 CET Break    
10:20 - 10:50 CET

How to Port Your Code From CUDA to SYCL, Targeting Nvidia GPUs and More

Joe Todd
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Joe Todd

Joe Todd is a Senior Software Engineer at Codeplay with a decade of experience developing parallel software. Joe’s career began with a PhD in glaciology at the University of Cambridge, during which he implemented an ice-fracture extension to the parallel finite element model Elmer FEM. Subsequently he spent several years as a post doctoral researcher at the University of St. Andrews & the University of Edinburgh. Most recently, driven by a desire to focus on software engineering, Joe left academia to join Codeplay, where he works on SYCL’s CUDA backend, with a continuing focus on particle simulators.

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10:50 - 11:20 CET

Intel CPUs and GPUs on Structured-Mesh Stencil Workloads with oneAPI​

István Reguly
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István Reguly

István Reguly is an Associate Professor at PPCU ITK, leading the High Performance Computing Lab. His research focuses on delivering performant, portable and productive programming environments to scientists.

Mark Lubin
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Mark Lubin

Mark is Technical Consulting Engineer with a focus on High-Performance Computing. Mark works on enabling developers across Intel oneAPI products (DPC++, Intel MPI, Vtune, Advisor, oneTBB). His main interests are parallel programming and application software performance.

Xiao Zhu
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Xiao Zhu

Xiao Zhu is a Technical Consulting Engineer of development tools. Xiao has been working in the High Performance Computing community for the last decade, enabling customers to make scientific discoveries through the application of advanced computing technologies. He has experiences in HPC applications benchmark, debugging, profiling and optimizations.

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11:20 - 11:50 CET

Accelerating Your Pandas Workloads with Modin

Roy Allela
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Roy Allela

Roy Allela is an AI Software Soluitions Engineer within the AIA Division at Intel. He is based in Munich and has a background in Microprocessor Engineering.

Mehdi Brahimi
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Mehdi Brahimi

Mehdi Brahimi is a Senior Data Scientist at Mycom-osi. He has held research engineering and data science roles in various industries. He is now focusing on bringing machine learning solutions for Telecom Networks automation.

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11:50 - 12:20 CET Lunch    
12:20 - 12:50 CET

Dynamic Task Fusion with SYCL for an Explicit Hyperbolic Equation System Solver with Dynamic AMR and Local Time Stepping

Tobias Weinzierl
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Tobias Weinzierl

Tobias Weinzierl is Professor in High-Performance Computing (HPC) in the Department of Computer Science at Durham University. After studying Computer Science with a minor in Maths, he obtained a Dr. rer. nat. (German PhD) as well as a habilitation (venia legendi) in Computer Science from Technische Universitat Munchen. In Durham, he serves as head of the Scientific Computing research group, as inaugurate director of the Master in Scientific Computing and Data Analysis (MISCADA), and as PI or Co-I on multiple HPC projects tied to the UK’s exascale programme ExCALIBUR, Archer2 and Intel’s oneAPI Centre of Excellence.

Tobias is particularly interested in efficient ways how to translate state-of-the-art algorithms – multigrid, higher-order DG or SPH formalisms – into fast code that fits to modern architectures, and how to create performance-portable algorithms and code. Where possible, his work feeds into open source software.

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12:50 - 1:20 CET

Julia Computing: Advancing Scientific Discovery Across Architectures

Jacob Vaverka
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Jacob Vaverka

Jacob Vaverka is a sales engineer at Julia Computing, working to transform industrial modeling and simulation with JuliaSim. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Georgia and has 6 years of experience developing HPC tools for automotive simulations.

Tim Besard
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Tim Besard

Tim Besard is a software engineer at Julia Computing, working on GPU support for the Julia language. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science engineering from Ghent University, Belgium, for research on abstractions to program hardware accelerators in high-level programming languages.

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1:20 - 1:50 CET

HIP on Aurora: Bringing HIP to oneAPI

Brice Videau
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Brice Videau

Brice Videau is a computer scientist at Argonne National Laboratory’s Leadership Computing Facility, where his research focuses on heterogeneous programming models for HPC, performance optimization, and autotuning. Brice is also a member of the Khronos OpenCL working group.

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1:50 - 2:00 CET Break    
2:00 - 4:30 CET

oneAPI SYCL Programming for Heterogeneous Computing on Intel® DevCloud

Ben Odom
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Ben Odom

Ben Odom is a Developer Evangelist focused on highlighting training and showcasing Intel products and tools to developers worldwide. Recently been has been working on Artificial Intelligence, developing coursework for Intel’s developer ecosystem and then delivering trainings for both industry and academic developers interested in using Intel’s optimized frameworks and libraries. Currently Ben is working to develop coursework for oneAPI AI and oneAPI SYCL. Ben has been in the tech industry for over 20 years, and has a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Oregon Health Sciences University.

Praveen Kundurthy
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Praveen Kundurthy

Praveen Kundurthy is a Developer Evangelist at Intel with over 15 years of experience in software development and optimization on Intel platforms. In his current role, he works with universities and developers to help them learn and utilize oneAPI for their projects. He has expertise in C++, C#, and Python programing languages. Over the past few years at Intel, he has worked on topics spanning artificial intelligence, storage technologies, gaming, virtual reality and Android. Praveen has a master’s degree in Computer Engineering from Mississippi State University.

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4:30 - 5:20 CET

SYCL Best Practices and Challenges

Rod Burns
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Rod Burns

Rod works at Codeplay Software. He has been collaborating with the SYCL community for the past few years, building resources and supporting developers to make them successful in writing great code. He launched the open source SYCL Academy project to help developers learn how to develop with SYCL, and this is now adopted by universities around the world.

Kevin Harms
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Kevin Harms

Kevin Harms is a team lead of the Performance Engineering group within the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF). His interests include working on HPC programming models and high performance storage.”

Garth Wells Thomas Steinke
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Thomas Steinke

Thomas Steinke is head of the Supercomputing dept. at the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) and responsible for HPC research, consulting and operation. His interest is in heterogeneous systems with innovative processor and memory designs for scientific applications, and parallel simulation methods.

Moderator:

Rod Burns
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Rod Burns

Rod works at Codeplay Software. He has been collaborating with the SYCL community for the past few years, building resources and supporting developers to make them successful in writing great code. He launched the open source SYCL Academy project to help developers learn how to develop with SYCL, and this is now adopted by universities around the world.

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5:20 - 5:30 CET

Conclusion

Welles Du
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Welles Du

Welles (Wei) Du currently works in Intel China on various Developer Ecosystem Programs under the Software and Advanced Technology Group. He works with local developer community and academics in building the oneAPI software ecosystem. Prior to that, he manages Intel AI developer and academic program for Intel Developer Zone within the Developer Relations Division. He has also been contributing to Intel’s mobile handheld and communications ecosystem programs in support of StrongARM, XScale and Atom processor family in the past.

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5:30 - 6:30 CET

Happy Hour

Emma Mai
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