As a key OEM in HPC, Atos must constantly study new paths to provide the best services, architecture and software environment for the current and future needs of its customers. Today, one of the biggest challenges is programming and efficiently using a growing number of architectures including GPUs or FPGAs. In this talk, Atos will disclose its first evaluations and analysis of the standards driven and open community oneAPI initiative, leveraging Intel’s implementation and the possible capacities of this standard to tackle users’ problems while eliminating vendor lock in. Join us to hear about our experiences and see our work targeting CPUs and GPUs with oneAPI.
After graduating his PhD in Computer Science at University of Bordeaux in 2000, David Goudin joined CEA to work on the optimization of a 3D Electromagnetics code on TERA 1 supercomputer. Between 2005 et 2006, he spent one year at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and worked on the development of a high performance mixed direct iterative solver. In 2010, he became group leader at CEA and was responsible of the development of several simulation codes on TERA 10 and TERA 100 supercomputers. At the same time, he became HPC Senior Expert. In 2017, he became Deputy Division Leader and was in charge of HPC domain for different fields of numerical simulation. Since 2021, he works for ATOS as an HPC Applications Expert and explores new technologies.