GPU Computing Workshop - ASME IDETC/CIE 2011

Teraflop Parallel Computing on a Budget: Applications of GPU Computing in Mechanical Engineering

August 28, 2011

Washington, DC

National Science Foundation

In the first part of the workshop a sequence of four presentations will highlight the impact of GPU computing in a wide spectrum of Mechanical Engineering applications (agent-based modeling, finite element analysis, manufacturing, and computational dynamics). The second part of the workshop builds around a “Getting Starting with GPU Computing” presentation and a discussion of more advanced performance tuning aspects related to GPU computing.

Slides - Negrut

Dan Negrut’s presentations on GPU computing with CUDA. [4 slides/page]

Slides - Suresh

Krishnan Suresh’s presentation on CUDA libraries and FEA on the GPU. [4 slides/page]

Slides - Iliopoulos

Nasos Iliopoulos’s presentation on OpenCL. [4 slides/page]


CUDA and OpenCL code used during the hands-on sections.

GPU Computing Workshop - 2009

See 2009 for the archived pages from this workshop.

© Simulation Based Engineering Laboratory, Dan Negrut 2017. SBEL is led by Mead Witter Foundation Professor Dan Negrut in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison

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