CUDA High Performance Computing Lab
The CUDA High Performance Computing Laboratory is an NVIDIA designated CUDA Teaching Center. It primarily serves to teach students about the Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) architecture and the use of NVIDIA CUDA technology for high performance computing. The course CMPE-755 High Performance Architectures is taught in this lab. The CUDA High Performance Computing Laboratory consists of 16 workstations each with an Intel i5 dual core Processor and 6 GB RAM. All workstation hosts 50+ GB of software including NVIDIA research software, Matlab, Altera, Cadence, Microsoft Office, Visual Studio, and Model Sim. Additional hardware at each workstation consists of an Elenco power supply, Tektronix 100 MHz 2-color, 2-channel Oscilloscopes and also an Instek Function generator.