Using accelerators such as GPUs and Intel Phi technologies are becoming a popular method to extend the performance of certains codes. ARCCA is holding a research seminar which covers this topic. All are welcome to attend, even if you are not planning to use the technologies its is great to see the cutting-edge research Cardiff is doing!
|Date:||Wednesday 8th July|
|Location:||Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre (2.60C), Redwood Building|
|14:00 – 14:20||“GPUs in Drug Design: from Molecular Dynamics to Haptic-Driven Simulations”
Andrea Brancale, Pharmacy
|14:20 – 14:40||“Using GPUs to Find Gravitational Wave Signals”
Paul Hopkins, Gravity Waves Group, Physics
|14:40 – 15:00||“Accelerated Processing of Diffusion MRI Data”
Greg Parker, CUBRIC
|15:00 – 15:20||“ARCCA Update and Discussion”
Thomas Green and Christine Kitchen, ARCCA
Relax and enjoy the converstation
With events such as these we hope to share knowledge across the University to allow researchers to use novel techniques to approach advanced research computing problems.
A PDF version of the flyer is available in download section.
ARC Research Seminar – 8th July 2015