November 4th, 2013
November 4th, 2013
The Call for Posters for next year’s GTC is now open. New at GTC 2014 will be an award for best poster at the show. Don’t miss this opportunity to present the innovate work you’re doing to other top developers, researchers, and engineers. Start now by reviewing the submission guidelines and criteria and plan to submit for a chance to take home well-deserved bragging rights.
All the information you need is available on http://www.gputechconf.com/page/call-for-posters.html.
September 22nd, 2013
2014 International Work-Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering (IWBBIO 2014)
7-9 April, 2014. Granada (SPAIN). Special Session: High Performance Computing in Bioinformatics
The goal of this special session is to explore the use of emerging parallel computing architectures as well as High Performance Computing systems (Supercomputers, Clusters, Grids) for the simulation of relevant biological systems and for applications in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Computational Chemistry. We welcome papers, not submitted elsewhere for review, with a focus in topics of interest ranging from but not limited to: Read the rest of this entry »
September 9th, 2013
Numerical Computations with GPUs, to be published by Springer, will contain a collection of articles on core numerical methods adapted for Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). Classical numerical methods (solution of linear equations, FFT, etc.) are at the core of many scientific and engineering computations. In recent years substantial efforts were undertaken to adapt these methods for recently emerged GPU-based systems. The book is envisioned as a consolidation of such work into a single volume covering widely used methods and techniques. Each chapter will provide mathematical background, parallel algorithm, and implementation details leading to reusable, adaptable, and scalable code fragments. Each chapter will be accompanied with a basic CUDA or OpenCL source code that can be used by the readers as a starting point for adaptation in their applications. The book will serve as a GPU implementation manual for many numerical algorithms providing valuable insights into parallelization strategies for GPUs as well as ready-to-use code fragments with a broad appeal to both developers and researchers interested in GPU computing.
Authors interested in contributing to this volume are asked to submit a short proposal via EasyChair (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ncgpu14) by October 15, 2013. Authors of the accepted/invited chapters are expected to write and submit to the editor completed chapters by January 31, 2014. For more details see full solicitation (http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/~kindr/editorial/ncgpu/solicitation.pdf) or contact the Editor at email@example.com.
July 14th, 2013
The 22nd High Performance Computing Symposium (April 13-16, 2014 in Tampa, FL, USA) is devoted to the impact of high performance computing and communications on computer simulations. Topics of interest include:
- GPU for general purpose computations (GPGPU)
- Hybrid system modeling and simulation
- Tools and environments for coupling parallel codes
- Parallel algorithms and architectures
- High performance software tools
Submission deadline for full papers: October 25, 2013. More information can be found at http://www.iue.tuwien.ac.at/hpc2014.html.
April 14th, 2013
GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is NVIDIA’s annual developer event and consistently attracts the world’s best and brightest GPU developers, creating opportunities for connection and learning through technical sessions and in-depth tutorials in science, professional graphics, game development, mobile computing, cloud computing and automotive applications, as well as first-hand interactions with peers, luminaries, and emerging and established companies.
If you are doing innovative work using GPU, please submit a proposal at https://gtc2014.consenseus.com/
The deadline is Friday, September 27.
April 1st, 2013
This workshop, held in conjunction with RANLP 2013 on 12/13 September, aims to introduce contemporary work and to discuss novel methods for natural language processing at a large scale, and explore how the resulting technology and methods can be reused in applications both on the Web and in
the physical world. More information, including submission instructions: https://sites.google.com/site/scanlp2013
March 5th, 2013
Agent-Based Simulation Models are an increasingly popular tool for research and management in many fields such as ecology, economics and sociology. In some fields, such as social sciences, these models are seen as a key instrument to the generative approach, essential for understanding complex social phenomena. But also in policy-making, biology, military simulations, control of mobile robots and economics, the relevance and effectiveness of Agent-Based Simulation Models is recently recognized.
Several frameworks have been recently developed and are active in this field. They range from GPU-manycore approaches to parallel and/or distributed simulation environments.
The key objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers that are interested in getting more performances from their simulations by using:
- synchronized, many-core simulations (e.g., GPUs)
- strongly coupled, parallel simulations (e.g. MPI)
- loosely coupled, distributed simulations (distributed heterogeneous setting)
For details please visit http://www.padabs.org/
February 25th, 2013
As the word “UnConventional” in the title suggests, the workshop focuses on hardware or platforms used for HPC, which were not intended for HPC in the first place. Reasons could be raw computing power, good performance per watt, or low cost in general. To address this unconventional hardware, often, new programming approaches and paradigms are required to make best use of it. A second focus of the workshop is on innovative, (yet) unconventional new programming models. To this end, UCHPC tries to capture solutions for HPC which are unconventional today but could become conventional and significant tomorrow, and thus provide a glimpse into the eventual future of HPC. The goal of the workshop is to present latest research in how hardware and software (yet) unconventional for HPC is or can be used to reach goals such as best performance per watt. UCHPC also covers according programming models, compiler techniques, and tools.
UCHPC is held in conjunction with Euro-Par 2013, August 26 – August 30, Aachen, Germany. More information,including the full call for papers, submission instructions and important dates: uchpc13.cs.tum.edu
February 12th, 2013
Calling all software development innovators in general purpose GPU (GPGPU), data parallel and heterogeneous computing. On November 11-14, 2013 AMD will host the AMD 2013 Developer Summit in San Jose California. The AMD Developer Summit conference board has issued a call for presentation proposals, inviting creators of next-generation software to share research and development work through presentations based on the latest technical papers or reports.
The AMD Developer Summit will be a great venue for developers, academics and innovative entrepreneurs to network with others engaged in related work, collectively defining the future course of heterogeneous computing. And delivering a presentation offers you the perfect opportunity to advocate programming paradigms or gain support for industry standards.
The submission deadline is Mar. 15, 2013, and the submission website is available at: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ads2013
High performance of modern Graphics Processing Units may be utilized not only for graphics related application but also for general computing. This computing power has been utilized in new variants of many algorithms from almost every computer science domain. Unfortunately, while other application domains strongly benefit from utilizing the GPUs, databases related applications seem not to get enough attention. The main goal of the GPUs in Databases (GID) workshop is to fill this gap. This event is devoted to sharing the knowledge related to applying GPUs in Database environments and to discuss possible future development of this application domain. The list of topics of the GID workshop includes (but is not limited to):
- Data compression on GPUs
- GPUs in databases and data warehouses
- Data mining using GPUs
- Stream processing
- Applications of GPUs in bioinformatics
- Data oriented GPU primitives
For details please visit gid.us.to.