Academic Partnership Program
The HSA Foundation seeks to work with brightest minds in the field of heterogeneous computing by open collaboration with key professors, researchers and universities. Our aim is to stimulate the next evolution of heterogeneous parallel computing in Architecture, Tools, Runtimes, Operating Systems, Applications and Services.
Bringing about the next evolution in computing
The HSA Foundation is looking to develop relationships with research universities looking to work on the next evolution in computing in both hardware and software research areas. We are looking to explore all facets of HSA architecture. HSA will open up new algorithms and even more avenues of research especially for computational problems too large for the GPU local memory. There are number of new area that can be explored in computer graphics, computer vision and computational photography when you address the whole system as HSA does. Programming language and model research is another area we are looking to encourage research. There are no limits to the number of problems just waiting to be solved.
“Neither wisdom nor good will is now dominant. Hope lies in dreams, in imagination and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams into reality.” Jonas Salk
Shaping the Next Generation of Computing Minds
The HSA Foundation is also looking to establish teaching centers on HSA to bring about the next generation computer scientist, programmers, electrical engineers, and scientists who will drive the next innovation around HSA enabled hardware and software.
If you’re interested in finding out more about these opportunities to work with the HSA Foundation please contact email@example.com
HSA Course Material
- Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL Benedict Gaster, Lee Howes, David R. Kaeli, Perhaad Mistry , Dana Schaa
- OpenCL Programming Guide by Aaftab Munshi, Dan Ginsburg, Timothy G. Mattson, Benedict Gaster
- HSA Computing Architecture Call for Papers