Use FPGA scheduling
You can use FPGA as a resource type.
A Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) is a card that contains a matrix of configurable logic blocks, mostly logic gates. FPGA can be reprogrammed, meaning that the interconnections among the gates and integrated devices can be re-wired. That is in contrast to a regular CPU, as the internal wiring and connections inside a CPU cannot be changed: only the software that runs on it can be changed, but the hardware is always the same. FPGA, on the other hand, allows changes on a circuit level.
An FPGA device does not contain only rewirable logic gates (like AND or OR gates), but also memory, DSP, chip, external connectors and more.
FPGAs can be programmed in various ways. The most popular methods are VHDL and Verilog.
Intel FPGA cards allow the users to upload so-called OpenCL kernels to perform certain computations simultaneously and therefore rapidly. OpenCL is a framework and a set of standards that is currently developed and maintained by the Khronos Group. For more information, see Khronos' OpenCL documentation.