Detailed information about the course
Ecole d'hiver 2023: Numerical solution of scientific problems using GPUs
13-16 février 2023
Prof. Bastien Chopard, UNIGE Dr Pierre Leone, UNIGE Dr Philippe Jacquet, UNIL Dr Emmanuel Jeanvoine, UNIL Dr. Cristian Ruiz, UNIL
Prof. Jonas Lätt, UNIGE Prof. Bastien Chopard, UNIGE Dr Pierre Leone, UNIGE Dr Philippe Jacquet, UNIL Dr Emmanuel Jeanvoine, UNIL Dr. Cristian Ruiz, EPFL Dr. Gonzalo Brito, NVIDIA
This Winter School is a practical introduction to General-Purpose Graphics Processing Units (GPGPU) and multicore computing in the context of scientific research. The audience are researchers with introductory-level programming knowledge, but without necessary knowledge of high-performance computing. Modern and simplified approaches to parallel programming are presented in the Python, Julia, and C++ programming languages. A gentle introduction to deep learning will be given and concrete research applications will illustrate its complementarity with high-performance computing. Gonzalo Brito, our special guest, is a renowned researcher and developer of programming at NVIDIA. He actively participates in the development of new compiler technologies for GPU usage and participates in the improvement of the C++ standard is this domain. He is part of a very limited number of experts with experience in teaching the very recent parallel C++ standard.
Champéry, Hôtel Suisse
|Deadline for registration||13.02.2023|