Accelerating Scientific Application Performance via GPUs and the Xeon Phi

Temporary Supervisor

Associate Professor Peter Strazdins


Scientific applications ranging from simple advection solvers to global atmosphere models may benefit greatly from acceleration by devices such as GPUs and the Xeon Phi.


This project will investigate the techniques and effectiveness of using accelerators to improve the performance of applications of interest. Candidates include a resilient solver for advection to the Met UM atmosphere model used for operational forecasts by the Bureau of Meteorology.


Prior GPU experience is recommended for 12-unit project courses.

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