INTERTWinE: Programming Model INTERoperability ToWards Exascale

INTERTWinE addresses the problem of programming-model design and implementation for the Exascale.

The supercomputing community worldwide has set itself the challenge of building, by the end of this decade, a supercomputer which can deliver an exaflop, i.e. 1018 flop/s, or a million million million calculations per second.

This poses challenges not only in terms of hardware development, but also software development. One of the main challenges is in the interoperability of application programming interfaces (APIs).  This project seeks to address this interoperability, bringing together the principal European organisations driving the evolution of programming models and their implementations.


EPCC coordinates this nine-partner EC-funded project and provides technical expertise on all three of the technical work packages, which address programming model interoperability, resource management and runtime interoperability, and applications and kernels.

For full details of the partners and latest information, visit the INTERTWinE project website.