Guido Juckeland

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Name: Guido Juckeland
Date registered: April 12, 2012

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  1. Meet the #GPUhackDD 2018 mentors — March 7, 2018
  2. Score-P/Vampir Hands-On Training attracted over 30 attendees — April 7, 2016
  3. The Day after the Hackathon – Time for a First Summary — March 5, 2016
  4. Hackathon Day 4: The Plateau of Enlightenment — March 4, 2016
  5. Day 3: Mood Swings – or – As I Walk Through the Valley of Doubt — March 3, 2016

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Mar 07

Meet the #GPUhackDD 2018 mentors

The GPU Hackathons would not be as successful, were it not for the mentors. Every one of our nine teams has been assigned two mentors who work closely with the teams to help them achieve their goals. And now – meet the GPU experts of the Dresden GPU Hackathon (in alphabetical order):

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Apr 07

Score-P/Vampir Hands-On Training attracted over 30 attendees

Guido Juckeland presented the Hands-On Lab “L6104 – In-Depth Performance Analysis for OpenACC/CUDA®/OpenCL Applications with Score-P and Vampir” on Monday at the NVIDIA Graphics Technology Conference. This training on the rather specific topic attracted over 30 attendees.

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Mar 05

The Day after the Hackathon – Time for a First Summary

What a week! The good news first: All teams left happy and have achieved their set goals. Some by far overachieved them, some left with more homework than others. This was by far the most extraordinary and unusual event that I have organized so far. Time for a view thoughts:

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Mar 04

Hackathon Day 4: The Plateau of Enlightenment

Thursday nicely showed the spirit of the hackathon that it is not a competition. While three teams are now at the point that they have reached their set goals, three others were still working on improving their applications.

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Mar 03

Day 3: Mood Swings – or – As I Walk Through the Valley of Doubt

Day three opened the floor to a variety of emotions from the teams: Excitement and giddiness for one team, very focussed work for most teams, but one team has realized that the previous work is leading them into a dead-end. All teams were using Wednesday for performance optimizations, e.g. by adding ASYNC-Clauses, finding faster random number …

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Mar 02

Day 2 of the Hackathon: All teams are on the GPU!

As day two of the Dresden Hackathon came to a close, all six teams have successfully moved at least a part of their application to the GPU. 

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Mar 01

GPU Hackathon Kicking Off

The Dresden GCoE and FZ Juelich were calling for interested groups and now six teams and 12 mentors came to spend the week in Dresden to port their applications to GPUs or improve their existing GPU applications. The teams are:

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Oct 22

10th CCoE Seminar: “Application of GPUs in statistical physics”

On Thursday, Dec. 11, at 3 p.m. (at TU Dresden, Willersbau Room A317) Géza Ódor from the Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences will present his work on using GPUs in statistical physics. Abstract: Application of GPUs for long standing open problems in nonequilibrium statistical physics, with an …

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Sep 15

9th CCoE Seminar: “A case study in bioinformatics software engineering: SeqAn”

On Thursday, Oct. 9, 2013, at 3 p.m. (at TU Dresden, Willersbau Room A317) Prof. Dr. Knut Reinert from FU Berlin will present his work in the field of using GPUs for bioinformatics. Abstract: In this talk I will convey to you my view about the necessary steps for enabling efficient research in biomedical research …

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Apr 25

Upcoming GPU Programming Tutorial and Hands-On

Complimentary to our Workshop on Fast Data Processing on GPUs we will also host a one day training as an introduction to GPU programming. Date: Friday, May 16, 2014 Time: 8:30-16:30 Venue: TU Dresden, Willersbau Room A220, Zellescher Weg 12-14, 01069 Dresden Target Audience: GPU programming beginners Agenda: Programming NVIDIA Tesla K20x GPUs with OpenACC and …

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