14-15 November 2018
Europe/Zurich timezone

This workshop — organized in collaboration with Intel — is a great opportunity to improve your application's performance and ask questions to Intel Software Experts!

The idea behind the workshop is that instead of having only the usual lectures+exercises format, we have invited Intel specialists to CERN to work with us on improving our code using the Intel optimization tools. This will be an opportunity to make our codes more efficient, as well as learn about Intel's hardware platforms and to discover the Intel tools discussing with world-class experts.

We would like to have the workshop in a hackathon format, where participants join as groups and are helped by optimization experts from Intel and openlab. Please note that unfortunately we can only accommodate a limited number of people, so ideally we would give priority to groups instead of single participants.

NEW: For this edition of the workshop, we will put emphasis also on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning topics. We will have one dedicated expert and we encourage participants to bring their machine learning applications in order to explore the possibility of using the Intel software for it. In particular, we will focus on the latest releases of the Intel Tensorflow distribution.

So far, the list of invited people includes:

  • Klaus-Dieter Oertel, Senior HPC Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Munich;
  • Cédric Andreolli, HPC Application Engineer, Intel;
  • Hans Pabst, Senior Technical Consultant Engineer, Intel (SSG/DPD)





Important tidbits are gathered on the openlab twiki page

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