|IBM Cell Programming Workshop
IBM CELL PROGRAMMING WORKSHOP
Friday, May 25, 2007
Atkinson Hall 5302 (5th floor, just past reception)
VIDEO IS NOW ONLINE! (6/27/07) http://crca.ucsd.edu/cellworkshop/
Cell Broadband Engine (Cell/B.E.) is an innovative solution whose
design was based on the analysis of a broad range of workloads in
areas such as cryptography, graphics transform and lighting, physics,
fast-Fourier transforms (FFT), matrix operations, and scientific
workloads. This is a hands-on workshop aimed at providing a jump start
to Cell/B.E. programming, starting with an overview and architectural
details, covering the programmability concepts and code optimization
techniques to exploit good performance results, tools, techniques, and
development environment, with some code examples.
The event is FREE but registration is REQUIRED. Please contact Helena
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Please register by 12 noon THURSDAY, MAY 24 to reserve your place in the workshop.
All participants must come to the workshop with the following virtual
machine image pre-installed on their laptops:
"Cell SDK2.1: (last updated: 2 May 2007)" available at:
Please indicate when you register if you are unable to provide a
laptop with the required SDK simulation environment for your use
during the workshop. We will have a limited number of machines
available for participants who do not have laptops, but these will
need to be reserved in advance.
If you have trouble performing the installation, please contact Helena
no later than 1pm THURSDAY and we can make arrangements to assist you.
Hosted by the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA)
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