GPUlab is located at the Section for Scientific Computing, DTU Copmute, Technical University of Denmark. GPUlab is a competence center and laboratory for the innovative use 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.


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Funding

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 Hansen.

Some of the hardware in GPUlab has been donated by NVIDIA's Academic Partnership Program in 2010 and 2011.

Research

Real-time interactive ocean ship-wave simulation

We are developing a ship-hydrodynamic model for real-time ship-wave interaction to be used in a full mission marine simulators...



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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...

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GPULab Library

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 computing...

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