This introductory GPU training session will focus on understanding the basics of GPU programming. It will cover GPU architectures, and how they differ from CPUs, how to write CUDA programs, and how to program and run on GPUs from python.
It will feature interactive exercises. The first 2 days will be run by Matt Stack and Robert Searles from NVIDIA and cover the basics of CUDA in C++.
The last day, which will be devoted to using python to run on GPUs, will be run by Jim Pivarski.
Participants will be given access to the NVIDIA training cluster to run their code.
The tutorial is remote only, and broadcast via zoom. A recording will be made of the sessions.
Each session will run from 15:00 to 18:00 CET
The registration is currently full. However the registration is only to get an account on the NVIDIA training cluster to be able to run the interactive tutorials. Even if you haven't registered, you are more than welcome to connect to the sessions.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would still like to try to register for a place, and I will add you to the waitlist.
NB: on Oct 31, Europe has ended daylight savings time, while the US has not, so please pay close attention to the time difference if you're not at CERN!