Supporting the University’s ongoing efforts to raise awareness about, respond to, and address sexual and relationship violence, the Chancellor’s Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence conducts the Sexual and Relationship Violence Survey, with the support of the Office of…
Getting ROI Out of GPUs: Spring Research Computing Series
Wednesday, April 13, 12:30-1:30 p.m. ET
Virtual Session (Microsoft Teams)
Hosted by the ITS Research Computing team, the Research Computing Series provides a forum for faculty and students to learn more about the wide range of tools available to them—including the SUrge graphics processor unit (GPU) cluster.
SUrge provides a significant speed increase over traditional CPUs for a variety of uses, such as mathematical operations, rendering, photogrammetry and more. The cluster features more than 300 GPUs, including several NVIDIA models.
At the next edition of the Research Computing Series, NVIDIA Senior Solutions Architect Brad Palmer will discuss how faculty and student researchers can get the most out of GPU resources. Registration is available online.