GPUs for Science Day, Oct. 12, 2023
GPUs have been instrumental in ground-breaking innovations, from scientific simulations to generative AI. This year, NERSC is proud to host the annual GPUs for Science event in person. Our goal is to celebrate recent GPU-enabled scientific achievements and inspire future roadmaps. The day will start with an introduction to three DOE compute facilities (NERSC, ALCF, and OLCF), followed by a series of talks on GPU-accelerated scientific applications and emerging software programming models. The day will wrap up with a panel of leading industry experts discussing their vision for upcoming GPU ecosystems.
With increasing diversity in GPU hardware and software, users interested in performance and portability across DOE supercomputers are highly encouraged to join. The event is also open to everyone interested in learning about the exciting science in action.
- Meeting type: In-person, to be broadcasted on zoom
- Location: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Berkeley Lab), Bldg 59 (NERSC), Room 3101
- Date: October 12, 2023 (Thursday)
- Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Pacific Daylight Time, UTC-7)
We look forward to your attendance at this in-person event. Please register below (free of cost) by the deadline to allow enough time for us to seamlessly process your site access:
- In-person attendee registration (Deadline: October 2, 2023, 11:59 p.m.)
- Online attendee (live stream) registration
*Agenda subject to change
About Berkeley Lab
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