Academic Members


Any company is encouraged to Join the Khronos Group to participate in the development of open standards for mobile and desktop media technologies.

Four levels at which an individual, company or academic institution can participate in Khronos Group activity:

  • Promoter Members - Board Approval Required. Full working group participation and voting rights PLUS the right to designate a Director to the Khronos Board.
  • Contributor Members - Available to any entity that wishes to join. Have full working group participation and voting rights.
  • Associate Members - Available to companies with fewer than 20 employees. Have full working group participation but without working group voting rights.
  • Academic Members - Available to accredited Academic Institutions. Have full working group participation but without working group voting rights.
  • Member List - View a current, text list of Khronos members

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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/.

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