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The Evolution of GPU Accelerated Computing
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*** Special Seminar ***
Steve Scott, previously Chief Architect for several successful supercomputing systems produced by Cray Inc, will speak about “The Evolution of GPU Accelerated Computing”. He will provide insight not only into Nvidia’s role in several deployed systems but also into how they hope to continue that trend. His talk will explain how graphics processing units have become common in energy efficient supercomputing systems and how they are likely to evolve in order to reach ambitious exascale goals.
This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.
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