These programs team up with key pillars of the ecosystem—students, educators, researchers, and developers—to drive innovation that runs the engines of tomorrow. Learn about Intel's four programs and how they can serve you.
"We were exposed to oneAPI through our Aurora ESP project. Bringing the exciting development at the frontier of computing like Aurora to classrooms is a wonderful way to motivate students and help their future careers."
University of Southern California
"Using oneAPI tools and DPC++ for targeting GPUs, we have obtained speedups of over 7x relatively to highly optimized CPU code in our bioinformatics application for early disease detection."
Universidade de Lisboa
"Porting a large application such as NAMD from CUDA* to DPC++ is a daunting task. The Intel® DPC++ Compatibility Tool reduces much of the manual work by automatically converting calls to the CUDA API to corresponding DPC++ functionalities. This allows the programmer to focus on ensuring the correctness of the application, with minimal effort in manually writing DPC++ code."
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Being a part of the Intel® Student Ambassador Program for oneAPI has been a rewarding experience that let me explore Intel’s cutting-edge technologies and services. Using oneAPI, I observed notable improvements in efficiency, performance, and speed in my projects. The use of the SYCLomatic tool to convert CUDA to SYCL* and run benchmarks on various hardware setups such as the Intel® Data Center GPU Max Series on Intel® Developer Cloud, proved to be highly advantageous and user-friendly. I was particularly impressed by how oneAPI adapts to diverse hardware configurations, making the workflow smoother and more versatile."
Learn more about the pioneering integration of SYCL training at Durham University, led by Professor Tobias Weinzierl. This initiative enhances high-performance computing education by incorporating SYCL across various courses.
See how a student ambassador, Poornima Nookala, achieved extreme fine-grained parallelism on modern many-core architectures using oneAPI. She explains her contribution to the development of Template Task Graph (TTG), which is a new flow graph programming model for high-performance algorithms running on distributed heterogeneous computer platforms.
The Educator Program at Intel shapes the future of technology by empowering educators and students alike. Explore its inspiring success stories to see how this groundbreaking initiative fosters creativity, collaboration, and cutting-edge skills.
Intel's new oneAPI Center of Excellence at Technion is helping train the next generation of high-performance computing researchers and developers through a new course curriculum and project opportunities.
oneAPI is important enough to become an explicit learning objective for educators. That is the premise that Professors George Thiruvathukal and Konstantin Läufer from Loyola University Chicago undertake at SuperComputing 2022 (SC22). See their presentation and read their paper on their planned oneAPI based curriculum.
During his keynote at Intel® Innovation, Greg Lavender revealed six more education and research institutions that have formed oneAPI Centers of Excellence, bringing the total to 28 locations worldwide.