|[2015.11.12] [SIC Colloquium] 11/12(Thu) 16:00, Parallel Scientific Computing: Current Approaches and Future Trends, Prof.Karl Rupp, Language: English|
Dear SIC students,
For detailed information, please see the following:
Host: Sung-Min Hong / Language: English
Thursday, November 12, 2015, 16:00-17:30, Haerim Hall, SIC-B Bldg. 1st Floor
Parallel Scientific Computing:
Karl Rupp, PhD
Clock frequencies in modern microprocessors can no longer increase due to power constraints, hence parallelism is the only way forward in increasing the computational power. However, the efficient use of modern parallel computing architectures requires suitable algorithms to obtain good scalability. In this talk I will review current and upcoming computing hardware and present programming models as well as algorithms suitable for obtaining good performance on such parallel architectures.
Karl Rupp completed his doctoral degree on deterministic numerical solutions of the Boltzmann transport equation in 2011. During his doctoral studies, he started several interacting free open source projects, including the GPU-accelerated linear algebra library ViennaCL and the deterministic Boltzmann solver ViennaSHE. After a one-year postdoctoral research position working with the PETSc-team at the Argonne National Laboratory, USA, he returned to TU Wien in 2013, where he worked on a research project on improving the efficiency of semiconductor device simulators. Since November 2015 he is a scientific freelancer.
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