GPU Workshop
The Advanced Research Computing Center at UCF will be hosting a workshop to help users learn how to use our new GPU cluster, Newton. The workshop will be on Tuesday, June 26 from 2:30p - 4:30p in Partnership III room 233. You will learn how to access our resources, how to request GPUs, and how GPU accounting is done. Moreover, there will be some hands-on exercises running custom CUDA code, as well as a TensorFlow application.

Participants are expected to bring a laptop to participate. If you do not bring a laptop, you will have to follow along without the hands-on experience.

Participants are also expected to already have an account on Newton. If you do not already have one, please read our user agreement and fill out a user registration form (below). Note that students will need a faculty member's consent to be attached to his or her allocation.

https://arcc.ist.ucf.edu/index.php/accounts/user-agreement
https://arcc.ist.ucf.edu/index.php/accounts/user-registration


Please register for the event at the following URL:
https://goo.gl/forms/6QobRJXzRgtE3aD23
Location Partnership 3 Building, Room 233
About the UCF ARCC:
The University of Central Florida (UCF) Advanced Research Computing Center is managed by the Institute for Simulation and Training, with subsidies from the UCF Provost and Vice President for Research and Commercialization, for the use by all UCF faculty and their students. Collaboration with other universities and industry is also possible.
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UCF Advanced Research Computing Center
3039 Technology Parkway, Suite 220
Orlando, FL 32826
P: 407-882-1147
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