Monthly Archive: June 2016

Jun 15

GCoE Talk 27/06/16 | GPU accelerated Polymer Research

For the 27th of June 2016 we have invited the creators of the CUDA driven LeMonADE-project (“Lattice-based extensible Monte-Carlo Algorithm and Development Environment”) developed at the Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden. They will share their insights on the work on GPU driven simulations of the Bond Fluctuation Model for simulating polymeric systems. We will …

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Jun 12

GCOE Talk 13/06/16 | Group By Operator on GPU – continued

In a previous presentation, we presented a GPU Group By Operator, which shows many interesting effects due to unavoidable random memory accesses (Paper [1]). From there, we continued our research in two directions: (1) we ported the operator to OpenCL to compare the performance to CUDA, mainly to see if the effects are architectural and …

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Jun 02

GCoE Presentations | June 2016 (ISC, …)

In “GCoE Presentations” we want to announce upcoming presentations from our GCoE members. In June 2016 the ISC in Frankfurt will be one highlight. Next month we want to post short insights from the conferences and workshops here. So these are the contributions in June 2016:

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