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IWOCL 2015 OpenCL Developer Advanced Tutorial

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The organisers of IWOCL, the International Workshop on OpenCL, announced that AMD and HP have sponsored the Advanced Hands-On OpenCL Tutorial that will kick-off IWOCL 2015. The tutorial, which will focus on advanced OpenCL concepts, is an extension of the highly successful 'Hands on OpenCL' course which has received over 3,000 downloads. Simon McIntosh-Smith, Senior Lecturer in High Performance Computing and Architectures at the University of Bristol and one of the authors of the original open-source course will lead the tutorial. The full-day Advanced Hands-On OpenCL tutorial takes place on Monday 11th May at the Li Ka Shing Center, Stanford University. Registration is $145. For additional information visit the official website.

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Red Hat joins The Khronos Group

Red Hat's Christian Schaller posted a blog entry announcing their Khronos Membership. "The reason we are joining is because of all the important changes that are happening in Graphics and GPU compute these days and our wish to have more direct input of the direction of some of these technologies" wrote Christian.

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High-performance Visualisation Using OpenGL/WebGL at International Symposium in Australia

Dr Tomasz Bednarz currently works as a Principal Research Fellow at the QUT Science and Engineering Faculty, and finds time to run the Brisbane GPU Meet-up group and the Khronos Brisbane Chapter. Tomasz will be giving a workshop on High-performance Visualisation Using OpenGL/WebGL. This workshop will provide introduction to OpenGL and will include introductions and hands-on exercises to basic concepts of hardware rendered graphics, shader language and WebGL. Short introductions to OpenCL and new Vulkan APIs will be also showcased.

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NVIDIA Releases 350.12 Game Ready WHQL Drivers with OpenCL 1.2 Support

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NVIDIA has released driver 350.12, which is both a Game Ready release and their first R349 WHQL release. NVIDIA has also posted a bit more information (PDF) on their OpenCL 1.2 driver. The OpenCL 1.2 drivers are based on the published Khronos Specification and are expected to pass the Khronos Conformance Testing. OpenCL 1.2 functionality will be available on Kepler and Maxwell GPUs.

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Khronos UK Chapter meeting at LLVM conference in Goldsmiths University of London

Samsung R&D Institute UK invites you to the next meeting of the Khronos UK Chapter on Tuesday 14th April , taking place during the LLVM conference in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths, University of London. The meeting will focus on how SPIR-V is a cornerstone of the new Vulkan and OpenCL 2.1 APIs recently announced by Khronos, how SPIR-V evolved from LLVM IR and why a binary intermediate language is important to the industry. Meeting starts at 1PM.

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Unleash the Power of your GPU: At FMX 2015 with the Khronos Group

Hear Khronos members at FMX 2015 on May 5th, talk about the upcoming Vulkan API, SPIR-V as well as recent progress in OpenCL and WebGL. Speakers will be Jan Hermes, Senior Software Engineer, Continental Automotive GmbH and Bastian Sdorra, Graphics Researcher, Dassault Systemes 3DEXCITE GmbH.

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Acceleware offering two OpenCL Training Courses in Calgary and Montreal

Acceleware will be offering two 4-day training courses in Canada. The first course will be in Calgary Alberta from May 26-29, 2015. The second course will be offered in Montreal, June 9-12, 2015. These professional four day courses are designed for programmers who are looking to develop comprehensive skills in writing and optimizing applications that fully leverage data parallel processing capabilities of GPUs.

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SPIR-V Revision 30 with Official C/C++ Headers now Available

The Khronos Group has released revision 30 of the SPIR-V specification. This revision of SPIR-V includes multiple corrections and synchronizes all token spellings to the official headers. These official C/C++ headers are available along with the specification in the registry.

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AMD Showcase includes OpenCL at NAB 2015

The AMD exhibit showcases offer attendees a range of hands-on workflow experiences powered by AMD FirePro professional graphics: New fully integrated and redesigned OpenCL AMD accelerated features for Adobe Premiere Pro CC allow editors to be more creative with color than before. In addition to OpenCL streamlined color features, Adobe will showcase an all new OpenCL powered Morph Cut feature for making jump cuts natural and seamless; Autodesk demonstration featuring the FireRender plug-in for 3ds Max and Autodesk Maya with OpenCL accelerated Bullet Physics and deformers powered by a workstation with AMD FirePro W9100 professional graphics.

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Khronos UK Chapter meeting at LLVM conference in Goldsmiths University of London

Samsung R&D Institute UK invites you to the next meeting of the Khronos UK Chapter on Tuesday 14th April, taking place during the LLVM conference in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths, University of London. The meeting will focus on how SPIR-V is a cornerstone of the new Vulkan and OpenCL 2.1 APIs recently announced by Khronos, how SPIR-V evolved from LLVM IR and why a binary intermediate language is important to the industry.

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