Intel connects with universities and students worldwide to evolve Intel® oneAPI Toolkits and the Data Parallel C++ (DPC++) language through interaction with the academic community. Intel® oneAPI Toolkits enable developers of all types to build, test, and deploy performance-driven, data-centric applications across CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs.
“It’s exceptionally important to us that GROMACS is able to make efficient use of all the fastest supercomputers in the world, and the upcoming exascale machines powered by Intel hardware will make it possible to simulate processes we could not even imagine a few years ago, such as how a virus binds to proteins on a cell and infects it.”
— Erik Lindahl, biophysics professor, GROMACS development team, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Efficiency and Productivity for Decision-Making on Low-Power CPU and GPU SoCs
The University of Málaga is researching how to solve the large-scale Markov Decision Process efficiently on low-power computing platforms using 12 different parallel code implementations. The project highlights the use of oneAPI libraries and languages, such as Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks and DPC++.
Computational Drug Repurposing for Treating COVID-19
Kansas State University is using generative machine learning strategies (such as generative adversarial networks and variational autoencoders) to evaluate new drug molecules to fight the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The project uses tools and libraries available in oneAPI toolkits such as Intel® Distribution for Python*, Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library(Beta), and scikit-learn*.
NAMD: Scalable Molecular Dynamics
NAnoscale Molecular Dynamics (NAMD) is a widely used molecular dynamics simulation engine that is under development at the University of Chicago. NAMD launches multiple concurrent instances using a parallel runtime called Charm++ to maximize computational resources. The scope of this project is to port GPU kernels to DPC++ in order to leverage Intel® architecture.
Universities and students who participate in the academic program will gain access to Intel® DevCloud hardware accelerators and compute nodes, Intel®
DevMesh to showcase work, and technical support.
Develop, run, and optimize your Intel® oneAPI solution in the Intel® DevCloud—a free development sandbox to learn about and program oneAPI cross-architecture applications. Get full access to the latest Intel® CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs, Intel® oneAPI toolkits, and the new programming language, Data Parallel C++ (DPC++).
Intel® Student Ambassador Program
This is an exclusive leadership program for select graduate and PhD level students. Student Ambassadors are offered access to Intel® oneAPI libraries and toolkits, extended use of Intel® DevCloud, as well as exclusive training, support, and disclosures to assist the development and amplification of advanced research.
This is a community portal for students, professors, and developers to share their work and collaborate while building a professional profile of amazing work and activities.
See how Centers of Excellence (CoE), universities, students, companies, and developers innovate using Intel® oneAPI toolkits and program resources.
Intel® oneAPI Toolkits(Beta)
These toolkits include optimized tools, languages, and libraries for building and deploying high-performance, data-centric applications and solutions across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and other accelerators.