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Supercomputing

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

 
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    Towards Scaling Symmetric Tridiagonal Eigenvalue Solvers on Multiple Nodes of CPUs-GPUs

    Alberto Estrella Cruz Graduate student, CINVESTAV-IPN

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    GPU Heuristic Parallel Implementation of the Travelling Salesman Problem

    Joao Gazolla PhD Candidate, Universidade Federal Fluminense

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    Recovering Nanostructures from X-Ray Scattering Data

    Abhinav Sarje Computer Research Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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    Energy Efficient Distributed GPU Communication

    Benjamin Klenk Research Associate and PhD Student, Heidelberg University

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    A Reacting Flow Simulation Framework for High Fidelity Combustion Simulations of Turbulent Combustion

    Ramanan Sankaran Computational Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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    Solving Billions of Small Multiple Linear Algebra Problems

    Joshua C. Bowden Scientific Software Engineer, CSIRO

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    “AVEGA” – The Memristor Crossbar Simulatro

    Nikhil Shekhawat Student, UCF

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    Performance Analysis of Lattice QCD on GPUs in APGAS Programming Model

    Koichi Shirahata Ph.D. student, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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    Long-Time Simulation of Advection-Diffusion-Reaction System Using FEM and FVM on Hybrid CPU/GPU Nodes

    Xuan Huang Research Assistant, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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    Power Capping of CPU-GPU Heterogeneous Systems Using Power and Performance Models

    Kazuki Tsuzuku Power Capping of CPU-GPU Heterogeneous Systems using Power and Performance Models, Tokyo Institute of Technology

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    A High-Productivity Framework for Multi-GPU Computing of Weather Prediction Code ASUCA

    Takashi Shimokawabe Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology

 
 

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