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Accelerating Deep Learning using NVIDIA GPU

When Oct 01, 2015
from 09:45 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Roger Needham Building 7 JJ Thomson Avenue CB3 0RB Cambridge United Kingdom
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The High Performance Computing Service (HPCS), now part of the University Information Services (UIS), and NVIDIA are organizing an event focused on Deep Learning technologies and NVIDIA GPUs. The event (first of a series) is open to everybody, from beginners to experts. Here are the agenda:

09:45 - 10:00 -- Registration/Welcome (with coffee)
10:00 - 12:30 -- NVIDIA 
12:30 - 13:30 -- lunch (provided)
13:30 - 15:30 -- Invited speakers
15:30 - 17:00 -- Networking (with coffee)

NVIDIA speakers include:
- Alison Lowndes, Deep Learning Solutions Architect & Community Manager 
- Jeremy Appleyard, Developer Technology Engineer
- Jack Watts, Channel Sales Manager - Professional Solutions Group

Topics covered include state-of-the-art of cuDDN, some popular GPU-accelerated Deep Learning frameworks, the DIGIT platform and examples of work NVIDIA has done in collaboration with research and industrial partners. The list of confirmed invited speakers will be circulated by email very soon.

The networking time slot is a good opportunity for all attendees to engage with NVIDIA experts, invited speakers and other participants.

Places are limited; please reserve your place sooner rather than later! The deadline for registration is September 25th. Registration is required to attend (please remember to cancel your registration before the deadline if you discover you cannot attend).

We look forward to welcoming you!

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