GTC Digital Demo: Accelerating Scientific & Engineering Simulation workflows with AI

AI / Deep Learning, HPC, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Featured, Manufacturing, physics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 22 2020

A new demo introduces the recently announced NVIDIA SimNet Toolkit, the first multi-physics (CFD and Heat Transfer) analysis using physics-informed neural networks.

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Using PhysX for Vehicle Simulations in Games

Autonomous Vehicles, Graphics / Simulation, Automotive, Development Tools & Libraries, physics, Simulation

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 28 2019

Learn how NVIDIA PhysX 4.1 is now being used for self-driving car training.

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Google’s Tossingbot Can Toss Over 500 Objects Per Hour Into Target Locations

Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, physics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Mar 28 2019

Researchers from Google, Princeton, Columbia and MIT developed a picking robot using physics and deep learning that can accurately toss random objects into bins two times faster than previous systems

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NVIDIA Sponsors “Learning to Run” AI Competition at NIPS 2017

Artificial Intelligence, Features, Robotics, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Higher Education/Academia, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, physics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Sep 08 2017

Participants in the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference “Learning to Run” competition are vying for the chance to win an NVIDIA DGX Station, the fastest personal supercomputer for researchers and data scientists.

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Share Your Science: Earthquake Simulations at Extreme Scale

Research, Cluster / Supercomputing, CUDA, Geoscience, Government / National Labs, Higher Education / Academia, physics, Share Your Science, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 02 2017

Phil Maechling, a computer scientist at USC’s Southern California Earthquake Center shares how they are using the Tesla GPU-accelerated Titan and Blue Waters supercomputers with CUDA to analyze the impact of earthquakes and why and when they occur.

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Share Your Science: GPUs Help Provide Insight on the Secrets of Solar Wind

Research, Astronomy & Astrophysics, CUDA, GeForce, Higher Education / Academia, physics, Share Your Science, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 19 2016

Shahab Fatemi, PhD Fellow at the University of California Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory, shares how his team is using CUDA, TITAN X and Tesla K80 GPUs to develop a three-dimensional plasma model that can provide a better understanding of how sol

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GPU-Accelerated PC Solves Complex Problems Hundreds of Times Faster Than Massive CPU-only Supercomputers

Research, Algorithms & Numerical Techniques, CUDA, Desktop/Laptop, Fortran, GeForce, Higher Education / Academia, Medical and Life Sciences, physics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jul 19 2016

Russian scientists from Lomonosov Moscow State University used an ordinary GPU-accelerated desktop computer to solve complex quantum mechanics equations in just 15 minutes that would typically take two to three days on a large CPU-only supercomputer.

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Scientists Gather at University of Delaware for OpenACC Hackathon

Events, Research, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Government / National Labs, Higher Education / Academia, Medical & Life Sciences, OpenACC, physics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 10 2016

Oak Ridge National Lab, NVIDIA and PGI launched the OpenACC Hackathon initiative last year to help scientists accelerate applications on GPUs.

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GPU-Accelerated Model Reveals Details of Nuclear Fission

Research, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Cluster / Supercomputing, Government / National Labs, Higher Education / Academia, Medical & Life Sciences, physics, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted May 02 2016

Scientists from University of Washington, Warsaw University of Technology in Poland, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, have developed a model that provides a detailed look at what happens during the last stage

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Share Your Science: Accelerating Digital Rock Physics with GPUs

Research, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Material Science, Oil & Gas, physics, Share Your Science, Simulation, SuperComputing, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 01 2016

James McClure, a Computational Scientist with Advanced Research Computing at Virginia Tech describes how they are using the NVIDIA Tesla GPU-accelerated Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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