Webinar with Dr. Erik Lindhal – NVIDIA+GROMACS
Thanks to Devang Sachdev from NVIDIA for bringing this webinar to my attention.
The future of computational chemistry seems to be written in CUDA for GPU’s specially when it comes to Molecular Dynamics; as such, NVIDIA has gone through great lengths into introducing scientific computing methods for GPU’s. I still have a pending review of a test drive that people at NVIDIA and EXXACTCORP kindly allowed me to run but that is the topic of the next post.
Next Thursday, April 4th, 2013 from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time there will be a webinar in which Dr. Erik Lindhal at Stockholm University and NVIDIA will discuss latest GPU-acceleration technologies available to GROMACS users; more specifically the latest accelerated version of GROMACS 4.6, which features are supported, it’s installation and use, and how it performs with latest NVIDIA Kepler GPUs.
Register here: http://goo.gl/0HtqJ
Please register and check your local timezone to avoid delays. I will register as soon as I finish typing this. Thanks once again to Devang Sachdev for all his help, patience and trust in this forum.
Posted on March 28, 2013, in Computational Chemistry, CUDA, GPU, GROMACS, Molecular Dynamics, NVIDIA, Proteins and tagged Computational Chemistry, CUDA, GPU, GROMACS, Internet, molecular dynamics, NVIDIA, stockholm university, Theoretical Chemistry, Webinars. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.