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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.


    DIC Microscopy Processing And Visualization Architecture Using NVIDIA HPC Embedded Platforms

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


    GPU Mekong: Simplified Multi-GPU Programming Using Automated Partitioning

    Alexander Matz, PhD Student, Heidelberg University


    Mantaro: Managed Communication for Multi-GPU Systems

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


    Multi-GPU Clustered Computing

    Thomas Gwosdz, Ph.D Student, McMaster University


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

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


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

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


    Accelerating Plasma Physics with GPUs

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



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