GPU Technology Conference Agenda Chocked Full of Supercomputing Sessions

The 2013 GPU Technology Conference is out with its preliminary agenda featuring a full boat of supercomputing sessions. The event will take place March 18-21 in San Jose, CA.

Supercomputing sessions include:

  • Acceptance Testing a GPU Based Cluster (LANL)
  • An Unlikely Symbiosis: HPC and Gaming (Nvidia)
  • Pedraforca: a First ARM + GPU Cluster for HPC (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)
  • Accelerating Science and Engineering with Titan, the World’s Fastest Supercomputer (ORNL)
  • Accelerating Seismic Wave Propagation Simulations on Petascale Heterogeneous Architectures (UCSD)
  • A Microsecond-a-day Keeps the Doctor Away: Efficient GPU Molecular Dynamics with GROMACS (KTH Royal Institute of Technology at Stockholm University)
  • OpenACC Support and Extensions in the Cray Compilation Environment (Cray Inc.)
  • Petascale Molecular Dynamics Simulations on Titan and Blue Waters (University of Illinois)
  • Targeting Extreme Scale Computational Challenges with Heterogeneous Systems (PNNL)

Friday, Jan. 24 is the last day to take advantage of Early-Bird registration discounts, so Register Now.

In related news, Donal Murphy from Nvidia has posted a story on Five Amazing Things You’ll Learn About at NVIDIA’s Expanded GPU Technology Conference.

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