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|Apply for a Microgrant from the Intel Academic Community|
Grants up to USD $5000 are available for the creation of course materials around parallel programming topics.
|Meet the Academic Community at Supercomputing!|
We will be holding an OpenMP workshop, educational discussions, and more!
|How would you use 40 cores in your classroom?|
Learn how Academic Communtiy members have given their students hands-on access to modern hardware with the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab.
Learn how Academic Community members are advancing parallel programming education for undergraduates
University of San Francisco
Shares some best practices and materials to teach parallelism to lower division undergrads
Professors at Loyola University Chicago are creating Parallel and Distributed Computing modules to integrate into core CS undergraduate curricula
Professors Peck and Murphy
Professors Peck and Murphy are sharing the LittleFe cluster for hands-on teaching and fun demonstrations!
Dr. Sergii Stirenko
Dr. Sergii Stirenko, a Microgrant winner, developed "practical parallel programming" courseware with Intel software tools.
Dr. David Padua
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne
Dr. David Padua, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne, discusses his new book "Encyclopedia of Parallel Programming"
Tech Briefs Updates from the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab
Using OpenMP to Scale Algorithms
Yekaterina Zhmud and Evgeny Gorkunov (Novosibirsk State University) used the Intel Manycore Testing Lab test the scalability of an algorithm that finds automorphism groups.
Give Your Students Access to Modern Development Environments
See how three universities used the 40 core/80 thread Intel Manycore Testing Lab (free of access to Academic Community members) in their classes.
Bioinformatics, Pattern Recognition, and Parallel Computing
2 Professors and a PhD student from Moscow State University tested the scalability of algorithms that display homology of all known genetic sequences at once.
Keys to Architecting Parallel Software with Patterns
UC Berkeley Professor Kurt Keutzer discusses the keys to architecting parallel software with design patterns in this modular video-- complete with an introduction, structural patterns, computational patterns, and examples!
IDF 2011: Share the Excitement with your Students
It isn't too late to give your students a glimpse into tomorrow's technologies! See the presentations and videos that recap Intel's biggest tech event this year.
Microgrant Winners Present an Array of Teaching Techniques
Congratulations to the first winners of Intel Microgrants! Learn how Intel is enabling these professors to advance parallelism in undergraduate education. See how you can get involved!
Cluster Build-outs at Supercomputing 2011
Come to the LittleFe build-outs at Supercomputing 2011! LittleFe is a mini-cluster for teaching parallel programming, cluster computing and computational science.
A Quick Guide to Parallel Optimization
Optimizing applications for multi-core technology is fast becoming an industry requirement. This 4-step guide provides an overview that preps students to use parallel programming to optimize code.
Using Intel Games to Teach Parallelism
Learn how Jose Villeta (Lecturer at University of Southern California), introduces undergraduates to parallelism with Intel game demos and Intel software development tools like Intel® Parallel Studio.
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