Intel Xeon Phi workshop

August 19, 2015

The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center together with Clemson University Cyberinfrastructure Technology Integration (CITI) Group and Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is organizing an Intel Xeon Phi Training Workshop on Stampede supercomputer.
The workshop will be hosted at the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center on Monday, September 21 and Tuesday September 22, 2015, and is open to anyone in the Northeast. The workshop if free of charge, and limited travel and lodging funding for participants is available if needed.
The agenda for the workshop includes:

  • Introduction to the Intel Xeon Phi architecture
  • Compiling and running codes on host and Intel Xeon Phi
  • Native execution on the Intel Xeon Phi
  • Symmetric execution model
  • Offload execution model

The workshop is a combination of lectures and hands-on laboratories all given by TACC high performance computing engineers.
For more information about the workshop and to register visit

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Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center
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