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Abercrombie Business School

The University of Sydney, NSW 2005

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Sydney Informatics Hub Research Computing Training Series

Intro to GPU programming with the Artemis HPC


Please note: OWN LAPTOP REQUIRED, (with an NVIDIA cuda-capable GPU if you have one). If Windows operating system, please ensure your laptop has a terminal client installed and FileZilla file transfer client (get it here).

Synopsis: The University of Sydney's Artemis HPC hosts several NVIDIA V100 GPUs. This course will help you to understand basic concepts of GPU programming. You will undertake practical applications in Deep Learning using Python, Tensorflow, and Keras. And how to run and submit jobs on the Artemis HPC GPU queue.

Target audience: Students and staff who use MATLAB, and wish to run their codes on Artemis.

Essential pre-requisites: A basic understanding of unix, Jupyter notebooks, Python, or coding experience will be very useful. Join one of our other courses to get prepared.

For more information: Email sih.training@sydney.edu.au

Other courses in this series: https://informatics.sydney.edu.au/training/

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