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China Academy of Telecommunication Research (CATR), with its predecessor being China Academy of Posts and Telecommunications of the former Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPT) established in the mid-1950s, has since its founding undertaken a great deal of major research for the country and the industry. It has thus accumulated rich experience in communications policies, standards for telecommunication technologies, planning of communications development, and product testing and certification, making great contributions to the development of communications industry in China. For more information, please visit http://english.catr.cn.
Columbia University runs educational programs relevant to Khronos activities, such as parallel computing/OpenCL, and graphics. Electrical engineering department is particularly interested in projects applying OpenCL to both research and practical problems. For more information, please visit http://www.ee.columbia.edu/.
ETRI makes contribution to the nation’s economic and social development through research, development and distribution of industrial core technologies in the field of Information, Communications, Electronics, Broadcasting and Convergence technologies. Embedded software research department of ETRI has researched and developed a next embedded software platform powered by OpenCL/OpenGL and WebCL/WebGL for heterogeneous multi-core mobile devices. For more information, please visit http://www.etri.re.kr/eng/res/res_06020302.etri.
For more information, please visit http://imperial.ac.uk/.
For more information, please visit http://www.iii.org.tw.
Industrial Technology Research Institute For more information, please visit https://www.itri.org.tw/eng/.
For more information, please visit http://www.ll.mit.edu.
For more information, please visit http://www.ntu.edu.tw.
For more information, please visit http://www.nihon-u.ac.jp/intldiv/en/.
For more information, please visit http://oregonstate.edu.
Politecnico di Milano researchers work on developing compiler and runtime optimizations for the OpenCL language and API, targeting novel many-core architectures. They also aim at designing higher level abstractions and the related compiler transformations to improve OpenCL programmability. For more information, please visit http://polimi.it.
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Department of Pervasive Computing of Tampere University of Technology uses OpenCL in various research projects. The department's Customized Parallel Computing group is an original creator of the open source project Portable Computing Language (pocl). Pocl aims to become an performance portable OpenCL implementation for all types of parallel platforms that can be used freely in all types of academic and industrial projects. For more information, please visit .
TU Wien hosts research and teaching activities on computer graphics as well as heterogeneous many-core computing. The Institute for Microelectronics at the TU Wien is the home of the free open source linear algebra library ViennaCL, which provides performance-portable high performance across hardware from different vendors through OpenCL. We contribute our experiences for the refinement and development of current and future open standards. For more information, please visit http://tuwien.ac.at.
For more information, please visit http://unibo.it.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol has many research and teaching activities related to heterogeneous many-core computing and computer graphics. We are developing a number of applications and programming models that exploit OpenCL to deliver higher performance on many-core processors from multiple different hardware vendors. We also work closely with industrial partners, helping them adopt Khronos computing-oriented APIs for their own software. For more information, please visit http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Research/Micro/.
For more information, please visit http://www.utoronto.com.