April 11–13, 2017
IXPUG is about sharing ideas, implementations, and experiences that will help users take advantage of the latest in Intel Xeon Phi technology, such as AVX512 and high-bandwidth MCDRAM memory, as well as relevant high-performance system fabrics on large-scale KNL-based systems (e.g. OmniPath).
Hosted by the The Stephen Hawking Centre for Theoretical Cosmology (CTC) at the University of Cambridge, the IXPUG Annual Spring Conference 2017 will centre on Xeon Phi-focused activity (including presentations and tutorials), providing an open forum with fellow application programmers, software developers, Intel Xeon Phi architecture designers, and compiler and tool experts. Application performance and scalability challenges at all levels will be covered, including application tuning on large KNL systems.
For more information, including how to register, visit www.ixpug.org/events/spring-2017-emea