Intel® oneAPI is an open, unified programming model built on open standards to simplify development and deployment of data-centric workloads across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and other accelerators.
Now, developers can extract the maximum application performance on multiple types of Intel® architecture by using advanced, cross-architecture software development tools from Intel.
If you are a developer working across heterogenous environments, this workshop will offer you a valuable opportunity to:
|09:00AM – 12:00PM||Intel® oneAPI Hands-on Workshop Targeting FPGAs
|12:00PM – 01:00PM||Lunch|
|01:00PM – 02:30PM||High Performance Computing (HPC) on Intel® GPU using Intel® oneAPI
|02:30PM – 02:45M||Break|
|02:45PM – 04:15PM||Distributed AI on Intel® CPU using Intel® oneAPI
Susannah is a senior applications engineer in the customer training group for Intel® FPGAs, FPGA high-level tools, as well as SoC related content. She has formerly worked as an FPGA design engineer, embedded programmer, and field applications engineer.
Prior to joining Intel, Ritesh served as an FPGA architect at Axlware Technologies and held various engineering roles at Unizen Technologies. He is an active IEEE member and author of several international journal publications.
Israr co-architects and leads customer support and enablement for innovation products targeting emerging FPGA usage models across the Embedded, Telecom, Network and other designs. He also participates in innovation programs, startup ecosystem enablement, academia and research for FPGA and System Design.
Dr. Kapoor’s principal focus area is HPC and tools that are part of the oneAPI HPC Toolkit/Intel Parallel Studio XE cluster edition. He provides consultation services to strategic customers and also participates in general customer enabling activities.
Vinod provides consultation and training on Intel products for AI workloads across areas including healthcare, finance, security, surveillance, transportation and telecom. He mainly focuses on deep learning frameworks like TensorFlow, mxNet, nGraphetc and Intel software products like openVINO™ and BigDL.
Aditya holds a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and master's degree in Computer Science with AI specialization from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.