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CUDA Fortran Programming for NVIDIA GPUs
Speakers:
Michael Wolfe
Abstract:

This talk provides an introduction to programming NVIDIA GPUs using CUDA Fortran. It is suitable for expert Fortran or CUDA C programmers who need to extract maximum performance from GPUs using an explicit GPU Fortran programming model. This talk introduces the CUDA Fortran language, and through examples, illustrates how to explicitly program NVIDIA GPUs in native Fortran 95/03 through creation of GPU kernel subroutines, management of host and GPU device memory, definition of CUDA grids and thread blocks, launching kernels on an NVIDIA GPU device, and use of the CUDA Fortran runtime API. This talk includes a live component with a Linux workstation containing a Tesla card, and the PGI CUDA Fortran compiler.

 
Topics:
HPC and AI, Tools & Libraries
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Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2009
Session ID:
S09083
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