GPUlab is located at the Section for Scientific Computing, DTU Copmute, Technical
University of Denmark. GPUlab is a competence center and laboratory
of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) for visualization, scientific computations,
and high-performance computing. The purpose of GPUlab is to attract focal interests
in the use of GPUs by engineering students, researchers, and Danish industry.
To learn more, contact one of:
Hans Henrik B. Sørensen, Post doc., hhs (at) dtu.dk
Stefan L. Glimberg, Ph.d. stud., slgl (at) dtu.dk
Nicolai F. Gade-Nielsen, Ph.d. stud., nfga (at) dtu.dk
Bernd Dammann, Assoc. Prof., bd (at) dtu.dk
Allan P. Engsig-Karup, Assoc. Prof., apek (at) dtu.dk
Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Assoc. Prof., jrf (at) dtu.dk
John Bagterp Jørgensen, Assoc. Prof., jbj (at) dtu.dk
Per Christian Hansen, Prof., pch (at) dtu.dk
GPUlab is funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research - Technology and Production Sciences (FTP).
- Title of research project: "Desktop Scientific Computing on Consumer Graphics Cards".
- Principal investigator: Professor Per Christian
Some of the hardware in GPUlab has been donated by NVIDIA's Academic Partnership
Program in 2010 and 2011.
We are developing a ship-hydrodynamic model for real-time ship-wave interaction to be used in a full mission marine simulators...
Auto-tuning of Dense Linear Algebra on GPUs
We have implemented an auto-tuning framework that can automate the performance tuning process by running a large set of empirical evaluations to configure applications...
– a High-performance GPU-based Library for the Development of Scientific Applications.
We have an ongoing development of a GPU-based generic C++ library for scientific