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Brain stimulation has been FDA approved for the modulation of a variety of drug-resistant mental disorders, ranging from extreme depression to Parkinson's, and we are just beginning to understand the neural circuitry involved. Most of the interesting circuitry is deep within the brain, making it difficult not only to stimulate, but also to monitor for improvement. We'll present the latest work in this area, as well as Delta Brain Inc.'s novel system-level approach to the brain: combining brain imaging, GPU-accelerated scientific computing, and targeted stimulation to create an end-to-end treatment protocol to generate healthy brain function in the people who need it most.
Brain stimulation has been FDA approved for the modulation of a variety of drug-resistant mental disorders, ranging from extreme depression to Parkinson's, and we are just beginning to understand the neural circuitry involved. Most of the interesting circuitry is deep within the brain, making it difficult not only to stimulate, but also to monitor for improvement. We'll present the latest work in this area, as well as Delta Brain Inc.'s novel system-level approach to the brain: combining brain imaging, GPU-accelerated scientific computing, and targeted stimulation to create an end-to-end treatment protocol to generate healthy brain function in the people who need it most.  Back
 
Topics:
Medical Imaging & Radiology, In-Situ & Scientific Visualization, Computational Physics
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Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2016
Session ID:
S6533
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SpaceX is designing a new, methane-fueled engine powerful enough to lift the equipment and personnel needed to colonize Mars. A vital aspect of this effort involves the creation of a multi-physics code to accurately model a running rocket engine. The scale and complexity of turbulent non-premixed combustion has so far made it impractical to simulate, even on today's largest supercomputers. We present a novel approach using wavelets on GPUs, capable of capturing physics down to the finest turbulent scales.
SpaceX is designing a new, methane-fueled engine powerful enough to lift the equipment and personnel needed to colonize Mars. A vital aspect of this effort involves the creation of a multi-physics code to accurately model a running rocket engine. The scale and complexity of turbulent non-premixed combustion has so far made it impractical to simulate, even on today's largest supercomputers. We present a novel approach using wavelets on GPUs, capable of capturing physics down to the finest turbulent scales.  Back
 
Topics:
AEC & Manufacturing, Developer - Algorithms, Computational Physics, HPC and Supercomputing
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Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5398
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