A group for the application of cutting-edge HPC & GPU supercomputing technology to cutting-edge business problems. With an emphasis on the useful application of supercomputing by practitioners, for practitioners. Note: We have several sister groups that meet in other cities: New York, "HPC & GPU Supercomputing Group of New York", Boston, Chicago, Silicon Valley, and Tokyo ... you can find them all on meetup.com

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    "Hello, I just joined this group, is it still active? On the group description­ it mentioned that you like to meet about once a month, when is the next meeting scheduled for?"

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    Thomas Cameron (Red H.

    "Ugh. I apparently waited too long, it looks like the group is shut down. Honestly, there was so littel response when I posted that I think it's best to just let the group go...."

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    John S. P.
    "System builder and user of GPGPU and multi-core computing. Largest cluster designed and built used 68 GPU. Past Technical Adv Board member of Gauda."
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    Joe E. Joe E. joined
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    Joe E.
    "Joe Eaton is the manager of NVIDIA CUDA libraries for linear solvers and sparse linear algebra. He holds a Ph.D. in Computational and Applied Mathematics from UT Austin's TICAM program and previously worked at Object Reservoir and Algebraix Data."
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