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At the interface between Chemistry, HPC and Biochemistry, this research work aims at exploiting the recent analysis method, "NCI" (Non Covalent Interactions), for molecular docking simulations using a new software, AlgoGen, within Drug-Design studies. NCI is a breakthrough in the field. The use of a GPU to accelerate this scientific application is very attractive in view of exploiting NCI in molecular docking, which is a very challenging tool in Medicinal Chemistry. A first GPU-accelerated version of the NCI code is proposed here.
At the interface between Chemistry, HPC and Biochemistry, this research work aims at exploiting the recent analysis method, "NCI" (Non Covalent Interactions), for molecular docking simulations using a new software, AlgoGen, within Drug-Design studies. NCI is a breakthrough in the field. The use of a GPU to accelerate this scientific application is very attractive in view of exploiting NCI in molecular docking, which is a very challenging tool in Medicinal Chemistry. A first GPU-accelerated version of the NCI code is proposed here.  Back
 
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Life & Material Science
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Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2015
Session ID:
S5785
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PSA Peugeot Citroen in partnership with Reims University, RTT and Barco will show a car model in Real Time Full GI using the Romeo supercomputer based in Reims, France equipped with 260 Tesla K20s. The car model will be loaded into RTT DeltaGen which will be connected to Reims through a remote display to leverage the horse power of the GPU Cluster. Tapping into this power on demand allows Peugeot to achieve stunning photorealistic results in real time, as if the real vehicle was right in front of them. With this, design changes for materials and colors can be visualized instantly and decisions can be made faster.

PSA Peugeot Citroen in partnership with Reims University, RTT and Barco will show a car model in Real Time Full GI using the Romeo supercomputer based in Reims, France equipped with 260 Tesla K20s. The car model will be loaded into RTT DeltaGen which will be connected to Reims through a remote display to leverage the horse power of the GPU Cluster. Tapping into this power on demand allows Peugeot to achieve stunning photorealistic results in real time, as if the real vehicle was right in front of them. With this, design changes for materials and colors can be visualized instantly and decisions can be made faster.

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Topics:
Digital Manufacturing, Autonomous Vehicles, Product & Building Design, Rendering & Ray Tracing
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Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2014
Session ID:
S4845
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