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Accelerated Data Science: Analytic Pipelines with GPUs

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The RAPIDS suite of open source software libraries gives you the freedom to execute end-to-end data science and analytics pipelines entirely on GPUs. Join us in March to learn how you can utilize RAPIDS to accelerate your data science!

Agenda
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6:30 PM -- Networking & Food

7:00 PM -- Greetings

7:05 PM -- RAPIDS – Open GPU-accelerated Data Science - Corey J. Nolet & Adam Thompson

8:45 PM -- Post event drinks at Green Turtle

Location
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Loyola University
Room 210/[masked] McGaw Rd
Columbia, MD 21045

Please proceed to the second floor once you enter the building.

Parking
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There is ample free parking surrounding the building.

Food and Drinks
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Complimentary food, such as pizza and chips, and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.

Talks
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RAPIDS – Open GPU-accelerated Data Science
RAPIDS is an initiative driven by NVIDIA to accelerate the complete end-to-end data science ecosystem with GPUs. It consists of several open source projects that expose familiar interfaces making it easy to accelerate the entire data science pipeline- from the ETL and data wrangling to feature engineering, statistical modeling, machine learning, and graph analysis.

Speakers
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Corey J. Nolet
Corey has a passion for understanding the world through the analysis of data. He is a developer on the RAPIDS open source project focused on accelerating machine learning algorithms with GPUs.

Adam Thompson
Adam Thompson is a Senior Solutions Architect at NVIDIA. With a background in signal processing, he has spent his career participating in and leading programs focused on deep learning for RF classification, data compression, high-performance computing, and managing and designing applications targeting large collection frameworks. His research interests include deep learning, high-performance computing, systems engineering, cloud architecture/integration, and statistical signal processing. He holds a Masters degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Bachelors from Clemson University.

Projects
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More information about RAPIDS can be found at https://rapids.ai/ and https://developer.nvidia.com/rapids