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Supercomputing & HPC

Check out these research posters for to see how researchers are using GPU technology to drive deep learning, simulation and visualization.

 
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    Advanced High-Productivity Framework for Large-Scale GPU/CPU Stencil Computations

    Takashi Shimokawabe, Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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    Astro: A Low Cost Low Power Computing Cluster

    Gavin Baker, Student, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

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    enerGyPU for Monitoring Performance and Power Consumption on Multi-GPUs

    John Anderson Garcia Henao, Master Student of Science in Systems Engineering and Informatics

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    GPU Effectiveness for DART

    Ye Feng, Student, University of Wyoming

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    HPC for Remote Visualization and Interaction with Scientific Applications

    Deyberth Riaño Nuñez, Student, Universidad Industrial de Santander

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    OpenACC Enabled Benchmark Suite on Intel Ivy Bridge

    Joel Bricker, Graduate Student, University of Delaware

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    Profiler Guided Manual Optimization for Accelerating the Cholesky Decomposition

    Vinay Ramakrishnaiah, Research Assistant/Intern, University of Wyoming/National Center for Atmospheric Research

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    Reducing Remote GPU Execution's Overhead with mrCUDA®

    Pak Markthub, Ph.D. Student, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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    Strassen's Algorithm in a Heterogeneous CPU-GPU Distributed System

    Uriel Cabello, Ph.D. Student, CINVESTAV

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    Testing Fine-Grained Parallelism for the ADMM on a Factor-Graph

    Jose Bento, Professor, Boston College

 
 

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