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Biostatistics Seminar Series: “Future of GPU Computing” by Dr. Byunghyun Jang of the University of Mississippi, on Monday, September 10 at 2 P.M. in Conference Room 400, in Doctors Office Building, UTHSC

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Dear Colleagues,

The Division of Biostatistics at the Department of Preventive Medicine invites you to attend the following seminar by our guest speaker, Dr. Byunghyun Jang of the University of Mississippi.

Date: Monday, September 10, 2018

Time: 2 P.M.

Place: 4th Floor Conference Room 400 in the Doctors Office Building at 66 N. Pauline Street, Memphis, TN 38105. Please park in the multi-story parking garage adjacent to the Doctors Office Building, and bring your parking card with you so we can give you a validation ticket.

ZOOM Virtual Room Connection: If you cannot join us in person, please join us in our virtual conference room at  https://tennessee.zoom.us/j/476519327.

Presenter: Byunghyun Jang, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Mississippi.

Title: Future of GPU Computing

Abstract: GPU Computing (a.k.a., GPGPU) has changed the landscape of high performance parallel computing. At the center of this phenomenon are scalable, massively-multithreaded, and data-parallel hardware architecture and the support for general-purpose programming language. The benefits of using GPUs over other high performance parallel platforms are numerous: unprecedented GFLOPs/$ and GFLOPs/watt ratios, accessibility, scalability, and small form factor. Despite the benefits provided by this evolutionary technology, however, there exist a number of challenges that delay wider adoption of these architectures. This talk surveys the benefits and challenges of GPU computing and discusses its future.

Bio: Byunghyun Jang is an Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Mississippi. His research focuses on high performance parallel computing, GPU-powered heterogeneous computing, and program optimization for emerging processors. Before joining academia, he has worked for industry for several years including AMD as a GPU compiler engineer and Samsung Electronics as a system software engineer. He is a recipient of AMD PhD fellowship award and a HSA foundation’s distinguished professor. He received his PhD in computer engineering from Northeastern University, Boston MA in 2010.

We look forward to seeing you all among us.

Mehmet Kocak, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biostatistics

Department of Preventive Medicine, UTHSC