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Thank you to our speakers in the GPU Technology Theater at SC12. We hope to see you all at GTC 2013.

  • Takayuki Aoki, Tokyo Institute of Technology
    "A Large-scale LES Wind Simulation using Lattice Boltzmann Method for a 10km x 10km Area in Tokyo on TSUBAME 2.0"
  • Buddy Bland, Oak Ridge National Lab
    "Titan:  ORNL's New Computer System for Science"
  • W. Michael Brown, National Center for Computational Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    "Molecular Dynamics with LAMMPS on a Hybrid Cray Supercomputer"
  • Don Becker, NVIDIA
    "CARMA – CUDA on ARM Architecture – Developments in Power-Efficient Computing"
  • Francois Bodin, CAPS
    "Using CAPS Compilers on NVIDIA Kepler and CARMA Systems"
  • Ian Buck, NVIDIA
    "CUDA: Past, Present, and Future"
  • Michael Bussmann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
    "Fast Simulations of Fast Processes – How GPUs Give Insight into the Interaction of Light and Matter"
  • Bill Dally, NVIDIA
    "Technical Challenges on the Road to Exascale"
  • Luiz DeRose, Cray Inc.
    "Productive Performance on the Cray XK System Using OpenACC Compilers and Tools"
  • Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Lab
    "MAGMA – a New Generation of Linear Algebra Libraries for GPU and Multicore Architectures"
  • Markus Eisenbach, Oak Ridge National Lab
    "Using the Titan Supercomputer for Transformational Materials Science Calculations"
  • Justin Foley, University of Utah
    "Many-GPU Calculations in Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics"
  • Mark Govett, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory
    "Running the FIM and NIM Weather Models on GPUs"
  • Ray Grout, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
    "S3D on Titan"
  • Mark Harris, NVIDIA
    "New Features in CUDA 5"
  • Amr Hassan, Swinburne University of Technology
    "'Big Data' Astronomical Data Analysis and Visualization"
  • Wen-mei Hwu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    "Accelerating Science and Engineering with Kepler GPUs in Blue Waters"
  • Stephen Jones, NVIDIA
    "Inside the Kepler Architecture"
  • Balint Joo, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Laboratory
    "Quarks, GPus and Exotic Nuclear Matter"
  • Ravi Kunju, Altair Engineering
    "Accelerating Simulation & Analysis with Hybrid GPU Parallelization and Cloud Computing"
  • Brent Leback, The Portland Group, Inc.
    "CUDA Fortran 2013"
  • Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
    "Beyond Tsubame 2.0"
  • Travis E. Oliphant, Continuum Analytics, Inc.
    "Compiling Python to the GPU with Numba"
  • Felice Pantaleo, CERN
    "Real-time Triggering Using GPUs in High Energy Physics"
  • Dirk Pleiter, Jülich Supercomputing Centre
    "NVIDIA Application Lab at Jülich"
  • Steve Scott, NVIDIA
    "Evolution of GPU Computing"
  • Thomas Schulthess, Swiss National Supercomputing Center
    (Title of talk coming soon)
  • William Tang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
    "Recent Progress on "Path to Exascale" Computational Challenges in Fusion Energy Sciences"
  • Michael Wolfe, The Portland Group, Inc.
    "The PGI Accelerator Compilers and OpenACC"
  • John Urbanic, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
    "Bringing GPU Computing to the Masses with OpenACC"