Three levels at which an individual, company or academic institution can participate in Khronos Group activity:
- Academic Members - have full API working group participation but no voting rights.
- Contributor Members - have full API working group participation and voting rights, and generous marketing benefits.
- Promoter Members - act as the "Board of Directors" to set the direction of the Group, with final specification ratification voting rights.
- Member List - View a current, text list of Khronos members
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/.