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GPU Computing using Python

19 April - 20 April 2021
8:00am - 5:00pm

The core topics covered are as follows:

  • Understanding how OpenCL and CUDA map work to compute devices
  • Making efficient use of memory on compute devices
  • Using the Reikna library to schedule kernels and bridge the gap between Python Numpy
    arrays and compute device memory allocations
  • Writing compute kernels to process data in Numpy arrays. Training in “survival C” for
    kernels is included
  • Computing Fourier transforms over multi-dimensional arrays
  • Optimisation tips for getting the best out of kernels
  • Interleaving compute and IO for optimal compute device usage

Prerequisites:

  • Attendees require a firm grasp Python
  • Attendees require a first-year, tertiary-level familiarity of mathematical concepts surrounding scientific library topics

This course is designed for intermediate and advanced Python developers who need to accelerate parallelisable algorithms.

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 This course is planned for on-site delivery at the ARRC in Kensington, Western Australia. If the on-site situation changes due to COVID restrictions, a virtual conduct will replace the in-person class.