CUDA-Python and RAPIDS for blazing fast scientific computing

To be presented on February 20, 2020, 11:00am PST by Abraham Stern, Ph.D. (NVIDIA)

We will introduce Numba and RAPIDS for GPU programming in Python.  Numba allows us to write just-in-time compiled CUDA code in Python, giving us easy access to the power of GPUs from a powerful high-level language.  RAPIDS is a suite of tools with a Python interface for machine learning and dataframe operations. Together, Numba and RAPIDS represent a potent set of tools for rapid prototyping, development, and analysis for scientific computing.  We will cover the basics of each library and go over simple examples to get users started. Finally, we will briefly highlight several other relevant libraries for GPU programming.
This webinar will use the Zoom conferencing system. You should receive an email with connection details a few days prior to the event. Please send any questions to training-info@sdsc.edu.

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About the Instructor:

Abraham Stern, Ph.D., (NVIDIA | Solutions Architect )

Dr. Abraham Stern is a solutions architect with NVIDIA focused on higher education and research. Abe's interests lie at the intersection of scientific computing and machine learning, especially as applied to problems in the chemistry and materials science domain. Abe obtained his Ph.D. in computational chemistry from the University of South Florida. Previously, Abe was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Irvine.