Introduction to GPU programming with CUDA (PDC, May 2015)
From SNIC Documentation
|Name||Introduction to GPU programming with CUDA (PDC, May 2015)|
|Description||Introduction to GPU programming with CUDA|
|Type of event||Course|
General-purpose graphics processing units (GPU) can provide a significant part of the computational power used in scientific computing applications. Mastering parallel computing with these devices is therefore becoming increasingly important.
The course will present an overview of the GPGPU hardware and examine the CUDA programming model and libraries in detail
Participants should be able to program in either of C, or Fortran at an intermediate level.
Participants should apply for a PDC account.
Course web page and registration
For more information and registration refer to the PDC webpages. Registration is now open.