Invite 60 gifted high-schoolers to a week-long supercomputing camp. Train them on how to accelerate applications using GPUs. Organize them into small groups, each with their own stack of Jetson TK1 devkits, and set them lose.
Two students, separated by different cultures and thousands of miles, share a common language. They speak robot. Doctoral candidate Raffaello Bonghi splits his time between Italy and France. Ryan Beethe is an undergrad in Colorado.
Increasingly, computational chemistry researchers use GPUs to push the boundaries of discovery. This motivated Christopher Cooper, an Instructor at Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María in Chile, to move to a Python-based software stack.