Presentation Slides and Posters
Thank you to everyone that came out to the symposium! Presentation slides and posters that have been provided for dissemination can be found in the SHARCNET document system.
This one-day symposium will explore the use of GPUs and Cell processors for scientific and high performance computing. SHARCNET has deployed high-performance clusters containing both architectures, and this symposium will give researchers the chance to learn about these new technologies from keynote speakers who are at the forefront of research in this field. Researchers working with these architectures are invited to contribute presentations and posters.
John Stone University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Accelerating Biomolecular Modeling Applications with GPU Computing
Paul R. WoodwardUniversity of Minnesota
Computational Fluid Dynamics on the Los Alamos Roadrunner Machine
Vendor Research Presentations
Nathan Bell NVIDIA Research
Efficient Sparse Matrix-Vector Multiplication on CUDA
Michael McCool RapidMind / University of Waterloo
Applications of Many-Core Computing in Medical Imaging
Michael Perrone IBM TJ Watson Research Center
Finding Oil with Cells: Seismic Imaging Using a Cluster of Cell Processors
Call for Contributions
The call for contributed presentations at the symposium is now closed.
Researchers interested in presenting their work as a poster at the symposium are encouraged to submit a half-page abstract to email@example.com for consideration.
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|April 29:|| deadline for contributed presentation abstract submission|
|Note:||poster abstracts will be accepted after this deadline.|
|May 4:|| notification of accepted presentations and final program announcement|
|May 6:|| deadline for full registration|
|Note:||please register as soon as possible, the number of participants is limited|
|registration will continue after the deadline if there is space, but will not include lunch|
|May 20:|| Second SHARCNET Symposium on GPU and Cell Computing|
Hans De Sterck, University of Waterloo
Lucian Ivan, University of Waterloo
Ilias Kotsireas,Wilfrid Laurier University
Hugh Merz, SHARCNET
Institute for Computer Research, University of Waterloo
Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo
Faculty of Science, Wilfrid Laurier University