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NVIDIA’S GPU-Accelerated Computing Takes Centre Stage at HiPC 2013

Posted By : Animation Galaxy    At 11-12-2013 20:47:00


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Bangalore Plays Host to the 20th Annual IEEE Conference on HPC from 18–21 Dec, 2013

BANGALORE, India – December 11, 2013: NVIDIA returns as ‘Titanium Sponsor’, for the second year in a row, at the 20th Annual IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing (HiPC) to be held from the 18 – 21 December, 2013, at the Park Plaza Bangalore. Similar to last year, NVIDIA will leverage the HiPC conference to put the spotlight on game-changing scientific discovery and innovations that are being made possible by GPU-accelerated computing across Universities, through researchers as well as students of science and technology in India.

As an international meeting on high performance computing, HiPC serves as a forum to present current work being carried out by researchers from around the world that focus on all aspects of high performance computing and their scientific, engineering, and commercial applications. Specific to NVIDIA, participants at HiPC 2013 can look forward to two-full days (Dec 19 and 20) of the NVIDIA Accelerated Discovery Booth where GPU-accelerated demos such as Mandelbrot Sets show infinitely complex images called ‘fractals’ being calculated in real time. The booth also includes a CUDA Expert Help Desk as well as an NVIDIA University Relations Help Desk. In addition, through all four days of the conference, NVIDIA will host self-paced trainings on CUDA. NVIDIA’s Vice President for Accelerated Computing, Ian Buck, will deliver his keynote presentation on ‘GPU Computing: Past, Present and Future’ on Saturday, December 21 at 8:30 a.m., which marks the first session on the final day of the conference in Bangalore.

“A nation’s supercomputing status brings with its critical scientific advantages, an increased economic standing. While India has certainly gained momentum in developing its supercomputing capabilities, widespread access to this technology and a shortage of professionals in this domain remains a longstanding concern,” said Vishal Dhupar, Managing Director – NVIDIA South Asia. “Over the years, NVIDIA in India has worked extensively with the local academic and research community to proliferate the benefits of GPU-accelerated technology, and to nurture scientific and engineering talent with our University and Academic Relations programme. Our participation at HiPC 2013, for the second year in a row, is another step towards fulfilling this commitment to the local supercomputing ecosystem,” he added.

This year’s conference also includes NVIDIA-sponsored awards that recognize participants’ work on GPUs under four categories: ‘NVIDIA Innovation Awards’; ‘Best Paper Award on GPUs’ (as part of the main conference and Student Research Symposium); along with ‘Best Poster Award on GPUs’ at the Student Research Symposium.

To know more about the HiPC 2013 conference, visit their website.

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