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April Training Review

  April’s HPC Basics Training series brought together over 20 HPC users to learn about and discuss installing and managing software in an HPC environment, specifically on UD’s HPC community clusters. The following topics were specifically covered...

UD GPU Hackathon Teams Selected

Six teams have been selected to participate in the 2016 UD GPU Hackathon, May 2-6. Representative teams include those from NASA, Brookhaven National Laboratory and the National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health along with three research teams from UD: UD...

Post-XSEDE GPU Workshop

The XSEDE GPU workshop was hosted at twelve satellite sites with over 200 people attending–specifically the UD satellite workshop hosted 18 people, 14 from UD and 4 from Delaware State University. Several of the participants are part of a team attending the UD...

April HPC Basics Training Series

In addition to the upcoming XSEDE HPC Workshops: Bridges and Big Data, we will also host the HPC Basics Training series in the month of April on Tuesdays and Thursday (10:00-11:30 a.m.) in the new Faculty Commons (116 Pearson Hall).   This series will focus on more...

May 2-6: GPU Programming Hackathon

CIS Professor Sunita Chandrasekaran is hosting a UD GPU Programming Hackathon May 2-6 to help developers with scalable applications port to or optimize their applications on a GPU accelerator. National labs, universities, and vendors, including OpenACC, Cray, NVIDIA,...

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