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Speaker Info:
Jemmy Hu

Chapel is a high productivity parallel programming language developed by Cray Inc. Its syntax is fairly similar to other imperative programming languages such as C or Python. In contrast to other high-level parallel languages, Chapel was designed around a multi-resolution philosophy which allows the programmer to easily express different kinds of parallelism in a portable way. The language aims to support general parallel programming, and make parallel programming at scale far more productive.

In this second webinar in the series, we will give a brief overview of Chapel's multi-resolution parallel approaches. The first webinar's recording can be found here:

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This webinar is presented by SHARCNET, a high performance computing (HPC) consortium that is part of Compute Ontario, one of four regional partners of Compute Canada. You do not need a SHARCNET or Compute Canada account to attend this session.