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2-Day GPU Symposium and Developer’s Workshop - UC San Diego

NVIDIA Academic Research Programs

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 4:30 PM

San Diego, CA

2-Day GPU Symposium and Developer’s Workshop - UC San Diego...

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Type End     Quantity
Day 1:
November 5th – 9AM to 4:30PM
Research Symposium
Research Symposium where you will hear from fellow researchers focused on best practices and trends, tools, research discoveries using GPU computing for computational research.
Ended Free  
Day 2:
November 6th – 9AM to 4:30PM
GPU Computing Workshop
GPU Computing workshop with a full day of hands-on exercises in GPU Computing where you will learn how to program GPUs via the use of libraries, OpenACC compiler directives, and CUDA programming.
Ended Free  

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GPUS Accelerating Research and Innovation

Southern California’s Fall GPU Symposium and Developer’s Workshop

On behalf of the CUDA Teaching Center at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, University California San Diego and NVIDIA, you are cordially invited to register for a special 2-Day GPU Computing Event.

What is the event: A full day of GPU Related Sessions and Presentations, followed by a day of Hands-On Parallel Programming in a Workshop setting.

Who is it for: Domain Scientists, Researchers, Professors, Postdocs, Developers, Undergraduate & Graduate Students.

Why you should attend: As a transformational force in High Performance Computing and Big Data, GPUs are enabling Developers, Engineers, Programmers and Researchers across a myriad of industry verticals and academia to accelerate research and mission critical applications. Learn why Heterogeneous computing with GPUs is important to sustaining and advancing the state of the art in scientific and research computing.

Day 1:  November 5th – 9AM to 4:30PM                        
Research Symposium:  
You will hear fellow researchers speak on trends, tools, and research discoveries using GPU computing for computational research.  

  • Keynote speaker Ian Buck – Vice President NVIDIA HPC, Inventor, and Developer.
  • GPUs Accelerating Scientific Discovery talks across Life, Material, Seismology & Earth Sciences, presented by UCSD, SDSC and invited Guests, Faculty, Researchers

Current list of Presenters & Topics include:

Molecular Dynamics and the GPU Revolution /"Carbon Footprint of Molecular Dynamics Simulations"
Ross Walker, Andreas Goetz; SDSC Walker Molecular Dynamics Lab UCSD
 
Visualization and Analysis of Petascale Molecular Dynamics Simulations
John Stone; Senior Research Programmer and Associate Director
NVIDIA CUDA Fellow, University of Illinois-CUDA Center of Excellence
 
Accelerating Drug-target simulations in Lipid Bilayers with GPUs
Andy Jennings, PhD.   Director of Computational Sciences and Crystallography, Takeda California
 
CUDA GPU usage - Radiation Treatment Planning Research Applications
Dong Ju Choi; Amitava Majumdar, SDSC Scientific Computing Applications Group
 
Key Note
Ian Buck; NVIDIA Vice President HPC
 
Large-scale Earthquake Simulations using a Hybrid MPI/CUDA Implementation of AWP-ODC
Yifeng Cui; SDSC High Performance Geo Computing Laboratory w. Efecan Poyraz, Heming Xu
 
UCSD SDSC & Triton Shared Computing Cluster - Goals/Updates
Rick Wagner, SDSC HPC System Manager
 
The GPU Software Ecosystem - Developing Research Codes
Jonathan Bentz, NVIDIA Senior Solution Architect
 
Introduction to OpenACC: Programming Model, Examples & Applications
Doug Miles; Director, The Portland Group NVIDIA


Day 2:  November 6th – 9AM to 4:30PM        
GPU Computing Workshop:  
A day of hands-on exercises demonstrating GPU Computing. You will learn how to program GPUs via the use of Libraries, OpenACC compiler directives, and CUDA programming. The workshop will incorporate hands-on exercises to help you acquire the skills to use and develop GPU aware applications.

  • Introduction to GPU computing (hands on session) - Jonathan Bentz, NVIDIA

Space is limited, reservations will be granted on a first come, first serve basis.
Lunch will be provided.     

IMPORTANT - Please bring your laptop to participate in the hands-on exercises.

If you have any questions about the events or NVIDIA technology, please feel free to contact us.

Organizers:

Jon Saposhnik - NVIDIA

Ross Walker - SDSC

Andreas Goetz - SDSC


Have questions about 2-Day GPU Symposium and Developer’s Workshop - UC San Diego? Contact NVIDIA Academic Research Programs

When & Where



San Diego Supercomputer Center - SDSC Auditorium, East Wing http://www.sdsc.edu/about/Visitorinfo.html
10100 Hopkins Drive
San Diego, CA 92093

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 4:30 PM


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