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Lunch and Learn RoundTable Event: Using SequenceL™ to Quickly and Easily Develop Parallelized Applications that Utilize Both CPU and GPU Cores

  • 27 Feb 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Unique Digital Inc. Conference Center


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The Society of HPC Professionals (SHPCP) -- invites you to attend:

A Lunch & Learn Round Table Discussion Meeting

Using SequenceL™ to Quickly and Easily Develop Parallelized Applications that Utilize Both CPU and GPU Cores

In this tutorial session you will learn the breakthrough SequenceL functional programming language and its auto-parallelizing compiler. The session will begin with a tutorial on SequenceL, including the history, syntax and semantics of the language, then move into creating, debugging, compiling, and running SequenceL programs within the Eclipse IDE. TMT’s SequenceL is a proven functional programming language and tool chain that makes it quick and easy to create software that fully exploits today’s multicore and many-core systems. It is a perfect match for today’s multicore processors (including those with GPUs) since it provides a means of turning complex algorithmic code into race-free, massively parallelized C++ and OpenCL code that works with existing software frameworks, methodologies, and tools.

Presenter’s Bio:
Brad Nemanich, PhD - Principal Scientist Dr. Nemanich is a Principal Scientist at Texas Multicore Technologies, where he is responsible for the design of the SequenceL compiler and runtime. Jointly with Professors Dan Cooke and Nelson Rushton, Dr. Nemanich holds a patent on the SequenceL programming language, which is licensed exclusively to TMT, Inc. Dr. Nemanich holds a PhD in computer science from Texas Tech University and a BS in computer science from the University of Texas at Austin. He developed an interest in compiler technology while working in the Code Warrior tools group at Motorola. In his dissertation research under Professor Cooke, he developed the prototype parallel compiler for SequenceL that would become the basis for TMT's software technology offerings.

Meeting will be conducted on
Thursday -  February 27, 2014, 11:30 CDT
at the

Unique Digital Inc. Conference Center
10595 Westoffice Drive
Houston, TX 77042



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