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Computational Physics

Check out this collection of scientific posters to see how researchers in computational physics are accelerating their work with the power of GPUs.

 
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    Out-of-Core Proximity Computation on GPU for Particle-Based Fluid Simulations

    Duksu Kim Senior researcher, (KISTI) Korea Institute of Science and Technology and Information

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    GPU-Enabled Large-Scale DNS of Gas-Solid Flows

    Chandler Zhou Devtech, NVIDIA

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    HASEonGPU - GPU-Accelerated Simulations of High Power Laser Gain Media

    Axel Huebl PHD Student, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf

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    Explore Computational Power of Mobile Platforms in Micromagnetic Simulations

    Sidi Fu PhD student, University of California, San Diego

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    Multi-Node Multi-GPU Implementation of Micromagnetic Model for Spintronics Devices

    Kiwamu Kudo Research Scientist, Toshiba Corporation

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    Accelerating Dissipative Particle Dynamics with GPU

    Chensen Lin PhD student, TONGJI University CHINA

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    Chaotic Behaviour of the Lattice Yang-Mills on CUDA

    Richard Forster Student, Eotvos Lorand University

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    XPS - GPU Based Particle Simulation Framework with Fluid Coupling Ability

    Hermann Kureck Researcher, RCPE GmbH

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    Program Complex for Fluid Dynamic Problems Simulation on GPU-Based Computer Systems

    Alexander Davydov Senior research associate, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS

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    New Numerical Paradigm for Efficient GPU-Accelerated Multiphase Gas-Liquid Flow Solver

    Marie Bechereau PhD, ENS Cachan

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    Octane: GPU-Accelerated Deflagration Simulation for Engineering Applications

    Ed Quigley Associate Research Scientist, SURVICE Engineering Company

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    A GPU Implementation of GPBiCGSafe-Algorithm-Based Navier-Stokes Solver for 3D Incompressible Flows

    Viet Huynh Quang Huy Researcher, Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science, Okayama University, Japan

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    Optimization of an Explicit Finite Differences Solver for Enabling Faster Studies of Spintronic Effects

    David Claudio-Gonzalez Associate Professor & Software Validation Engineer, University of Guanajuato & Intel Corporation

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    Large-Scale Simulation of Lattice QCD with GTX-TITAN

    Ting-Wai Chiu Professor, National Taiwan University

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    Simulation of Surface Growth and Lattices Gases Using GPUs

    Jeffrey Kelling PhD Student, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf

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    Handling Domain Decomposition in Massively Parallel Implementations of Stochastic Lattice Models

    Jeffrey Kelling PhD Student, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf

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    Efficient and Scalable High-Order FDTD Modeling on GPGPU Using DiamondTile Algorithms

    Andrey Zakirov scientific researcher, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

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    Accelerrating Cell Dynamic Simulation for 3D Diblock Copolymer Sphere Morphology Using GPU

    Hamidreza Soltani PhD - student , University of Central Lancashire

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    Efficient Simulation of Multiple Mie-scattering Events Using NVIDIA CUDA

    Simon Streicher PhD Student, Heilbronn University

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    Saving Energy in DataCenters Using Real-Time Simulation

    Nicolas Delbosc PhD Student, University of Leeds

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    A GPU Enhanced Approach to Identify Atomic Vacancies in Solid Materials.

    Joaquin Peralta Assistant Professor, Universidad Andrés Bello

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    Rapid X-ray Imaging Simulation with OptiX

    Qian Gong Research Assistant, Duke University

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    GPU-Accelerated String Method for Defect Annealing in Copolymer Self-Assembly

    Michael Carilli Graduate Student Researcher, University of California Santa Barbara

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    Propel: A Hybrid-Parallel Reacting Flow Code for Combustion Research

    Brian Taylor Research Engineer, Naval Research Laboratory

 
 

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