OIT’s Research and Data Science Services Team, in coordination with NVIDIA and Center for Research Computing, is offering two new free NVIDIA DLI workshops to the SMU community. These all-day workshops will provide the foundations for using multiple GPUs on a single computer with Nvidia CUDA and how to speed up data engineering tasks using GPUs. In addition, those who successfully complete the workshop assessment will receive an NVIDIA DLI certificate.
This fall term, OIT’s Research and Data Science Services Team, in coordination with the Center for Research Computing and the Data Science Institute, is offering more free workshops to the SMU community.
This fall term, OIT’s Research and Data Science Services Team, in coordination with the Center for Research Computing and the Data Science Institute, is offering several free workshops to the SMU community.
The OIT Research and Data Science Services team was started in late 2018 and has grown to include experts in data science, high-performance computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence. The team is available to faculty and students to consult on and support research projects from across disciplines.
This summer, our students working with the Research and Data Science Team designed and built a cluster supercomputer. The cluster is composed of 16 NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ Developer Kits, which are small, powerful computers that fit in the palm of their hand. The cluster can be used for projects ranging from training and running AI/ML models for image classification, object detection, segmentation, and speech processing applications to running molecular dynamics simulations of drug-protein interactions.