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Today, at the 9th International Workshop for OpenCL (IWOCL and SYCLcon 2021) Khronos has released the OpenCL 3.0.7 specifications, with a number of new extensions for extended bit-level operations, new queries for suggested local work group size and PCI device information, and enhanced SPIR-V support for debugging and linking. OpenCL 3.0 was released in September 2020 and Imagination, Intel and NVIDIA are already shipping conformant implementations. A Khronos IWOCL slide deck has more details on numerous recent updates and improvements to the OpenCL developer ecosystem.

Find out more about OpenCL this week at IWOCL and SYCLcon 2021 with a Panel Session including OpenCL Working Group members together with Microsoft and Silhouette FX on Wednesday April 28th. On Tuesday April 27, Brice Videau from Argonne National Lab will present a tutorial on OpenCL SDK Layers. Free Registration is now open for this virtual event.

Less than a week left to submit your paper, talk, poster, tutorial or workshop to the annual OpenCL conference, IWOCL 2019! This year Northeastern University is pleased to welcome the 7th Annual International Workshop on OpenCL to Boston in 2019.

The Khronos Group member Codeplay has two posts on their contributions to OpenCL and SYCL, and expands on some of the topics surrounding SYCL at the upcoming IWOCL conference. Codeplay has been an IWOCL supporter since its inaugural edition 5 years ago. Check out the post by Michael Wong entitled ‘Heterogeneous Development at the DHPCC++ 2018 Workshop’ and the post by Rod Burns ‘What’s happening with SYCL at IWOCL 2018’.

Codeplay are excited to again be attending and sponsoring the annual OpenCL conference IWOCL on the 14th – 16th May in Oxford, UK. Codeplay is looking to meet new and old faces from the OpenCL and SYCL community, so if you are attending come and say “hello”. The team will be wearing their Codeplay t-shirts and hoodies and will be easy to spot. Learn more about the IWOCL conference and what Codeplay is presenting.

The Khronos Group is once again sponsoring the The International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL). An annual meeting of OpenCL application developers, researchers and suppliers coming together to share OpenCL best practice and to promote the evolution and advancement of the OpenCL standard. Distributed & Heterogeneous Programming for C/C++ (DHPCC++) will take place on the workshop track of the IWOCL with #IWOCL2018 being held in Oxford, UK, on May 14-16, 2018. Learn more about IWOCL 2018 and Register today.

Announcing that the 6th International Workshop on OpenCL will take place on the 14-16 May, 2018 at St Catherine’s College, Oxford, UK and that the Call for Submissions is now open. Submissions related to any aspect of using OpenCL (including SYCL, Vulkan Compute and OpenCL based libraries) are of interest, including (but not limited to): case-studies of their use in applications, software tools, programming methods, debugging, performance analysis, and integration.

IWOCL 2017 Call for Submissions now open. Only 73 days left to submit! Formal proceedings of the conference will be published in the ACM International Conference Series (ACM ICPS). Follow the Read More link for details of the selection criteria and how to submit your abstract for consideration via EasyChair.

Now in its fourth year, the International Workshop on OpenCL will be held in Vienna, Austria, at the C3 Convention Center on April 19-21. April 19th is reserved for an Advanced Hands On OpenCL tutorial with April 20th – 21st consisting of a mix of keynotes, academic papers, technical presentations, tutorials and poster sessions. We are inviting high-quality submissions in four categories: Full Academic Papers; Technical Presentations; Tutorials; Posters.

The International Workshop for OpenCL (IWOCL) papers from 2013 and 2014 are now available online from the ACM digital library. The next IWOCL conference will be held at Stanford University this coming May 12-13. Next week during GDC the Khronos Group is holding an OpenCL session on March 4th to present significant announcements in the OpenCL ecosystem, including SYCL and SPIR.