About Tim Lewis

I'm a freelance marketing consultant with a strong background in delivering successful market development programs within the B2B technology sector.I'm experienced in a wide range of marketing disciplines and combine a pragmatic approach to problem solving and strategic thinking with a proactive hands-on attitude. I have a sales and business development experience and a strong empathy with engineering-led high tech companies.I worked for 3DLABS for 19 years where I was the Marketing Director and before that worked in the areas of AI and Expert Systems. During my time at 3DLABS I worked on a number of Khronos related activities, most notably with OpenGL and more recently with OpenCL.In 2013-2014 I helped Khronos on a number of projects, including Supercomputing and Siggraph and I'm the local organiser for IWOCL.Please email me at tim.lewis@croftedge.com if you would like to discuss you marketing requirements.

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.04.11

It's just a week to the start of IWOCL 2016 but there is still time to register to attend and we have a few places left on the Advanced Hands-On-OpenCL course, which has attracted more attendees than ever before. Full details of the sessions including the authors and abstracts can be found here along with the latest Travel and Hotel [...]

2016-04-12T08:06:27+01:00April 12th, 2016|Blog, News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.03.14

We have now published the full program for IWOCL 2016. This follows a fantastic effort by our reviewers who scored and commented on all the submissions. Thanks to all those involved and to all those on this group that submitted abstracts. Full details of sessions including the authors and abstracts are available here along with [...]

2016-03-14T17:21:28+01:00March 14th, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.02.22

We recently announced that registration for the Advanced Hands-On OpenCL Tutorial is now open and also that pre-registration for the main conference is also open. The technical committee are now reviewing the submissions and we hope to publish the full agenda in the next couple of weeks. We also welcome Qualcomm Technologies Inc. as a Silver [...]

2016-02-22T15:20:38+01:00February 22nd, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Advanced Hands-On OpenCL Tutorial To Kick-Off IWOCL 2016

Developers Can Enhance Their OpenCL Parallel Programming Skills at This Full-Day Hands-On Tutorial Bristol, UK – 18th Feb, 2016. The organisers of IWOCL 2016 (“eye-wok-ul”), the International Workshop on OpenCL, today announced that registration is now open for the “Advanced Hands-On OpenCL Tutorial”. The tutorial focuses on advanced OpenCL concepts and is an extension of [...]

2016-03-16T12:53:15+01:00February 18th, 2016|Press Release|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.02.15

Thanks to everyone who has submitted an abstract. It looks like the technical panel will have some tough choices to make as the submissions this year are very strong. Apologies for missing a week of news, but we have been rather busy in the background working on all things IWOCL. We recently welcome Kishonti to [...]

2018-03-28T18:40:32+01:00February 12th, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.02.01

After requests from several prospective speakers and to ensure we can offer the best line-up of speakers we have extended the IWOCL submissions deadline to Friday 12th February, 2016. Full academic papers are very welcome but you can also do short proposals for technical talks (1 page abstracts would be fine). If you want to submit a tutorial, [...]

2017-01-17T16:09:53+01:00February 1st, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.01.25

As if anyone developing with OpenCL needs a reminder, but just in case, the IWOCL CFP deadline is this Friday. If you want to submit a tutorial, ideally aim for a half day. The proposal for these can be very short, just a couple of paragraphs. You can also do short proposals for technical talks [...]

2017-01-17T16:09:53+01:00January 25th, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.01.18

With IWOCL 2016 now just around the corner it’s time to remind authors that Full Papers and the abstracts for Technical Presentations and Tutorials should be submitted by the CFP closing date of January 29th - so just under two weeks to make those all-important last few edits to your masterpiece! Our sponsors help make IWOCL [...]

2017-01-17T16:09:53+01:00January 18th, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2016.01.11

With the Seasons festivities now assigned to history its time to get back to tracking all the latest news in the world of OpenCL, so here are the items that caught our eye over the two-weeks we have been away. If we missed any news please contact us and thanks to everyone for your feedback. [...]

2017-01-17T16:27:53+01:00January 11th, 2016|News, news-roundup|

Bytesize OpenCL News Roundup: 2015.12.21

Seasons greetings to all and please find below the latest edition of our OpenCL News roundup.  With many people busy 'wrapping-up' early for the holidays it's no surprise that news levels are down this week, but we still see some significant announcements, including Khronos putting OpenCL headers and CLHPP up on GitHub. If we missed any news please contact [...]

2017-01-17T16:09:53+01:00December 18th, 2015|News, news-roundup|