PPCES Video Lectures on OpenMP, MPI and Xeon Phi release

Since 2001 already, the IT Center (formerly: Center for Computing and Communication) of RWTH Aachen University offers a one week HPC workshop on Parallel Programming during spring time. This course is not restricted to scientists and engineers from our university, in fact we have about 30% of external attendees each time. This year we were very happy about a record attendance of up to 85 persons for the OpenMP lectures on Wednesday. As usual we publish all course materials online, but this year we also created screencasts from all presentations. That means you see the slides and the live demos and you hear the presenter talk. This blog post contains links to both the screencasts as well as the other course material, sorted by topic.

OpenMP

We have three talks as an introduction to OpenMP from Wednesday and two talks on selected topics from Thursday, which were vectorization and tools.

Introduction to OpenMP Programming (part 1), by Christian Terboven:

 

Getting OpenMP up to Speed, by Ruud van der Pas:

 

Introduction to OpenMP Programming (part 2), by Christian Terboven:

 

Vectorization with OpenMP, by Dirk Schmidl:

 

Tools for OpenMP Programming, by Dirk Schmidl:

 

MPI

We have two talks as an introduction to MPI and one on using the Vampir toolchain, all from Tuesday.

Introduction to MPI Programming (part 1), by Hristo Iliev:

 

Introduction to MPI Programming (part 2), by Hristo Iliev:

 

Introduction to VampirTrace and Vampir by Hristo Iliev:

 

Intel Xeon Phi

We put a special focus on presenting this architecture and we have one overview talk and one talk on using OpenMP 4.0 constructs for this architecture.

Programming the Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor Overview, by Tim Cramer:

 

OpenMP 4.0 for Accelerators, by Christian Terboven:

 

Other talks

Some more talks, for instance on using our cluster or basics of parallel computer architectures, can be found in the youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtdrEoe46tD2IvJJRs_JH1A.