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NVIDIA Co-Design Lab Workshop, 11. December, 2013

The goal of this one day workshop is introduce the lab and it's services, offer a platform to exchange success stories and best practices for hybrid multicore computing and to share ongoing GPU activities. The program is targeting both seasoned GPU users, as well as newcomers to accelerated computing, from ETH, University and beyond.

Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Venue: Science City (ETH Honggerberg), HPT C103 (Piccard Hall), 9:00am


Welcome / Registration
The NVIDIA Co-Design Lab at ETH Zurich, Peter Messmer (NVIDIA). Slides.
Piz Daint, Architectural Trends, and the Necessity of Co-Design, Thomas Schulthess (ETH/CSCS)
Galaxy Formation and Cosmological Simulations on GPU, Romain Teyssier (UZH). Slides.
10:15 Nanoscale Simulation at the Quantum Mechanical Level on GPUs, Ole Schuett (ETH). Slides.
The tale of Roofline and the 7 Dwarfs, Diego Rossinelli (ETH). Slides.
Weather Forecasting on GPUs, Oliver Fuhrer (Meteoswiss). Slides.
12:15 Lunch
13:15 Compute for Games, Adam Moravanszky (NVIDIA)
14:00 Simulated Annealing on GPUs, Sergei Isakov (Google)
14:30 Seismic Structured Grid Simulations on Many-Core Architectures, Olaf Schenk (USI)
15:00 GPUs and DCA+: A Match made in Heaven, Peter Staar (ETH). Slides.
15:30 Break
16:00 Visualization Software and Hardware for In-Silico Brain Research, Ahmet Bilgili (EPFL). Slides. 
16:30 Discussion: Future Co-Design Projects
17:00 Closing Remarks

Did you participate in the workshop? Did you enjoy it or do you have any suggestions how to improve the next workshop? Please drop us a note here.


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