Four Ways To Use An NVIDIA GPU (Workshop - Professional Development) #12915

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NVIDIA GPUS offer huge acceleration capabilities, and are used today in a wide range of scientific disciplines. More than 2,000 applications are accelerated on NVIDIA GPUs, and more are being added each day. This event is aimed at researchers and developers interested in harnessing the power of GPUs. In a morning lecture, we'll discuss the four ways you can use a GPU. For a developer focus, we'll go through GPU programming languages, optimized GPU-accelerated libraries, and performance portable programming models. And for the application end-user, we'll show how to access GPU-optimized, pre-compiled containers for some of the most popular scientific applications.

The instructor will also schedule 30-minute GPU consultation appointments throughout the afternoon in a "Mini-Hackathon" format. Attendees are invited to bring their own codes and get one-on-one time with NVIDIA GPU programming experts, who will advise on GPU programming strategies, optimization techniques, and opportunities to schedule further mentorship and support.

Course Details

Tuesday, March 29, 2022
From 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Amy Latessa
This session will be presented virtually
Presenter, Kristopher Keipert is a Solutions Architect at NVIDIA, focused on technical engagements in Higher Education and Research.  Prior to NVIDIA, Kristopher was a computational scientist at Argonne National Laboratory where he worked on development of the NWChemEx computational chemistry program.  Kristopher earned his PhD in physical chemistry from Iowa State University.

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