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Physics graduate student Rakesh Ginjupalli publishes research paper in HPC conference

Rakesh Ginjupalli and Prof. Khanna have just published a peer-reviewed conference paper titled "High-Precision Numerical Simulations of Rotating Black Holes Accelerated by CUDA".  Rakesh will present the paper at the 2010 International Conference on High Performance Computing Systems that will be held in Orlando FL in July 2010 and the full paper will also appear in the conference proceedings. Rakesh Ginjupalli is currently a graduate student in the Physics Department and is currently supported by Prof. Khanna's NSF grant number PHY-0902026. He will graduate with an MS degree in Summer 2010.


Author:  "Gaurav Khanna"
Date:  5-4-2010
Submitted by:  Olivia Farinha
Department:  College Of Engineering - Phy

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