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HPC and Supercomputing

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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    DIC Microscopy Processing And Visualization Architecture Using NVIDIA HPC Embedded Platforms

    Maria Andrea Pimiento Ojeda, Senior Student, High Performance and Scientic Computing Center

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    GPU Mekong: Simplified Multi-GPU Programming Using Automated Partitioning

    Alexander Matz, PhD Student, Heidelberg University

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    Mantaro: Managed Communication for Multi-GPU Systems

    Benjamin Klenk, PhD Student & Research Associate, Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg

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    Multi-GPU Clustered Computing

    Thomas Gwosdz, Ph.D Student, McMaster University

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    qCUDA: A New API Remoting Method for Improving the Performance of GPGPU Virtualization

    Yu-Shiang Lin, PhD. student, National Tsing Hua University

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    The Hybrid Task Graph Scheduler: Model, Framework, and API

    Timothy Blattner, Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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    Accelerating Plasma Physics with GPUs

    Andreas Herten, Post-Doctoral Researcher GPU in HPC, Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Forschungszentrum Jülich

 
 

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