Serving the UK OpenMP Community
Join us at EPCC in 2019 for the 2nd OpenMP Users Conference for two days of talks and workshops aimed at furthering the collaboration and knowledge sharing amongst the UK community of high-performance computing specialist using OpenMP.
- Provide an opportunity for expert and novice OpenMP developers to enhance their skills.
- Share OpenMP programing knowledge and best practise amongst UK users.
- Network with fellow developers.
- Help to promote the evolution of the OpenMP standard.
- Provide a feedback channel to the OpenMP Architecture Review Board, so that the OpenMP language reflects the needs of the programmers who use it.
- Enable the exchange of ideas with vendors of OpenMP hardware, software and tools.
The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in participating in, or contributing to, the UK community of OpenMP developers.
Call for Submissions
The call for submissions is NOW OPEN. To be considered for inclusion all abstracts must be submitted by Sunday April 7 2019, (extended from March 17, 2019).
OpenMP Tutorial Program
The following invited tutorials have now been confirmed for Tuesday June 4.
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"The Met Office keynote and the discussions with other users were of particular value."
"100% of 2018 respondents said they would recommend the event to a colleague."
"100% of respondents rated the 2018 conference as excellent or very good."
Registration will open mid-March, soon after the call for submissions has closed and the full program has been announced.
We couldn’t run the conference without the generous support of our sponsors. Sponsoring the event is a great way for your company to support the growing community of OpenMP developers in the UK and promote your products.
Check out the program from 2018
The first conference took place at St Catherine’s College Oxford in May 2018 as was chaired by Prof. Simon McIntosh-Smith (University of Bristol) and ably supported by our co-chairs, Dr. Mark Bull (EPCC) and James Cownie (Intel UK).