Meetup in New York on MATLAB + GPU (MATLAB with GPU acceleration) on Mon 23rd April 2012

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Meetup in New York on MATLAB + GPU (MATLAB with GPU acceleration) on Mon 23rd April 2012


I’m organizing a meetup that will cover “MATLAB+GPU” and I’m looking for some guest speakers from the MATLAB community that have experience with MATLAB, and specifically MATLAB+GPU. Even if you are not able to speak, you may be interested in attending (it’s free!) and you can find out more details here:

HPC & GPU Supercomputing Group of New York


R, Mathematica and MATLAB are popular mathematical and statistical modeling packages. All are now GPU accelerated. This meetup explores and compares ease of programming GPU for each package and the…

R+GPU / Mathematica+GPU / MATLAB+GPU

Thursday, May 3, 2012, 6:00 PM

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