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2011: GPU Programming Workshop
CSCS is pleased to announce a 2 and half-day intensive course focused on GPU programming. Senior members of the PGI compiler development team, Michael Wolfe and Dave Norton, will be conducting the two full days tutorial and will provide hands-on training. The final half day will be an optional hands-on session on accelerating classical molecular dynamics simulations using GPUs, presented by CSCS
Registration deadline: March 21, 2011
Michael Wolfe and Dave Norton from the PGI compiler development team.
|Venue||CSCS, Manno. Please visit our website to find out how to reach CSCS: www.cscs.ch/233.0.html|
9:00 - 17:00 first two days
9:00-13:00 last day (hands-on section MD code)
CSCS visualization and GPGPU development cluster Eiger (http://www.cscs.ch/505.0.html) will be available for the hands-on training. Participants are expected to bring a laptop for hands-on training.
|Maximum number of participants||28|
1. CPU Architecture vs. GPU Architecture
Day 3, Molecular Dynamics Codes on GUGPUs - CSCS: Sadaf Alam, Jeff Poznanovic, and Tim Robinson
Pre-requisites: familiarity with running parallel MD on clusters