Starting from Spring 2018, COE-HPC is leading an AggiE_Challenge project aiming to encourage undergraduate students to learn and participate research activities on high performance computing. Our project is open to students from freshman to senior level. Undergraduate students who are interested to participate can enroll in an ENGR – 491 and receive course credit (1-4 credit hours).
Our team meets at Student Computing Center 102.B from 5:00PM to 7:00PM every Friday. Depending on the requirements of the project, we will have tutorials and hands-on instructions on various subjects including, but not limited to, parallel computing, Python, and CUDA. We are open to graduate students who want to sit in or participate our projects.
ENGR 491-523 (Spring 2018)
Project title: Power-aware High Performance Computing Technologies In Addressing Real World Engineering Applications
- Design and build a computer that is suitable for a given engineering application with up to 3000W power budget.
- Optimize real world engineering applications on the computer.
- Benchmark and prepare a technical report.