Developed in partnership with AMD, this hands-on four day course will teach you how to write applications in OpenCL that fully leverage the multi-core processing capabilities of the GPU. Taught by Acceleware developers who bring real world experience to the class room, students will benefit from: Hands-on exercises and progressive lectures; Individual laptops with AMD Fusion APU for student use; Small class sizes to maximize learning.
The London UK WebGL Meetup is pleased to have Peter O'Shaughnessy speaking from Pearson. He will speak on WebGL. Peter will introduce WebGL, the powerful graphics API for the Web, for the rest of us. He'll show how you can quickly get going using the open source Three.js library. And he'll show some of the best examples from around the Web along the way. Peter O'Shaughnessy is a developer in Pearson's Future Technologies team.
This course will teach you how to develop portable parallel applications. It will expose you to the basis of OpenCL, allowing you to easily write your own hybrid applications. Then it will introduce you to OpenCL device specific optimizations, making you able to fully exploit accelerators and achieve high performance.
Following the success at the Qt Developer Days conferences, KDAB is now offering Open Enrollment training in Modern OpenGL. Courses are planned for Berlin, London, Houston and the Bay Area in the first half of 2013. Please take a look at the course schedule for more information.
The 8th international conference on High-Performance and Embedded Architectures and Compilers gets underway in Berlin Germany from January 21 to 23, 2013. Khronos Benelux Chapter Leader Vincent Hindriksen (Streamcomputing) will be holding an impromptu meet-up as well, in Berlin. If you are interested, please contact Vincent directly through his website.
Over the past several months there's been a new Intel OpenCL Linux effort: Beignet. The open-source Beignet is an OpenCL/GPGPU implementation targeting Ivy Bridge hardware and newer.
The Rodinia Benchmark Suite is designed for heterogeneous computing infrastructures with OpenMP, OpenCL and CUDA implementations. You can find this and many other OpenCL resources on the official OpenCL resources page.
Portable OpenCL (pocl) is a MIT-licensed open source implementation of the OpenCL standard which can be easily adapted for new targets and devices, both for homogeneous CPU and heterogenous GPUs/accelerators. pocl uses Clang as an OpenCL C frontend and LLVM for the kernel compiler implementation, and as a portability layer. Thus, if your desired target has an LLVM backend, it should be able to get OpenCL support easily by using pocl.
Virtual OpenCL (VCL) is a cluster platform that allows unmodified OpenCL applications to transparently utilize many OpenCL devices in a cluster, as if all the devices are on the local computer. The latest update includes one security fix, bug fixes and the addition of SuperCL special registry, allowing SuperCL programs to read the time in nano-seconds.