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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GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer Targets Tumors

Research, Life Sciences, physics, Simulation, SuperComputing, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 29 2016

A team of researchers from the  Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) research lab in Germany are using the Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to advance laser-driven radiation treatment of cancerous tumors.

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Saving Endangered Birds with Deep Learning and GPUs

Research, Big Data & Data Mining, GeForce, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 26 2016

Ornithologists study every aspect of birds, including bird songs, flight patterns, physical appearance, and migration patterns – and to do so, they use acoustic sensors and cameras placed in remote areas.

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Share Your Science: Simulating Reionization of the Universe – Witnessing Our Own Cosmic Dawn

Research, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Higher Education / Academia, Share Your Science, Simulation, SuperComputing, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 20 2016

Dr. Paul Shapiro, Professor at University of Texas at Austin shares how his team is using the Tesla-accelerated Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to analyze and visualize new cosmological simulations.

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Deep Learning Helps Robot Learn to Walk the Way Humans Do

Features, Research, Autonomous, Cloud, Higher Education / Academia, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Social Impact

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 19 2016

University of California, Berkeley researchers are using deep learning and NVIDIA GPUs to create a new generation of robots that adapt to changing environments and new situations without a human reprogramming them.

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Share Your Science: Accelerating Cognitive Workloads with Machine Learning

Research, Big Data & Data Mining, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Share Your Science, Simulation, SuperComputing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 18 2016

Ruchir Puri, an IBM Fellow at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center shares how they are building large-scale big data systems and delivering real-time solutions, such as using machine learning and GPUs to predict drug reactions.

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Pedestrian-Following Service Robots Made Possible with CUDA Acceleration

Research, Academic, Autonomous, C/C++, CUDA, GeForce, Robotics, Social Impact

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 13 2016

A team of researchers from Seoul National University built a pedestrian-following service robot to drive smart shopping carts and other autonomous helpers.

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Identifying Endangered Whales with Deep Neural Networks

Research, Cloud, cuDNN, Data Science, Deep Learning, GeForce, Image Processing, Python, Social Impact

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 11 2016

With less than 500 North Atlantic right whales left in the world’s oceans, knowing the health and status of each whale is integral to the efforts of researchers working to protect the species from extinction.

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Predicting Photos’ Memorability at “Near-Human” Levels with Deep Learning

Research, Academic, Deep Learning, Image Processing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 08 2016

MIT researchers just released a new GPU-accelerated algorithm that can predict how memorable or forgettable an image is almost as accurately as humans — and they plan to turn it into an app that subtly tweaks photos to make them more memorable.

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Developing New Materials with GPU-Accelerated Supercomputers

Research, Academic, CUDA, Material Science, Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo, Python, SuperComputing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 07 2016

Research Area Specialist Dr. Joshua A. Anderson at University of Michigan was an early user of GPU computing technology.

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