The Supercomputing Group at CUHK-Shenzhen conducts research in the broad area of high performance computing and cluster systems. Specific topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Here is our targeting competitions (click here)
In phase I, we have built a mini-cluster of 40 CPU cores, along with 12 dedicated Nvidia GPU cards. We have already performed many benchmarking and testing programs on the mini-cluster, and more CPU and GPU resources are planned in phase II and phase III. Til 2021, we anticipate 400 CPU cores and 20 GPU cards be installed in our cluster.
We are looking for new undergraduate students to join our team !
So you are a CUHK-Shenzhen undergrad and you think you’ve got what it takes to shuffle gigabytes and crunch teraflops? Eager to tame system daemons, stitch nodes and cores with fine threads, dread the power gauge and learn the ins and outs of high performance computing? Ready for sleepless nights, roaring CPU fans, stubborn datasets, state-of-the-art hardware, caffeine rush and total geeky paradise? Then join us
We are grateful for funding from Huawei and School of Science and Engineering in CUHK-Shenzhen.
Three teams in our group won Second Prize in the ASC20-21 Student Supercomputer Challenge!25. October 2020
A semiar of GPU Architecture and Programming is given by Chen-Hao Wu18. October 2020
A semiar of Cache Optimization is given by Ze-Yin Zhang and Hao-Tian Xie11. October 2020
A semiar of SIMD Programming is given by Jie-Kun Yang and Su-Pei Yang24. April 2020
Birth of CUHK-Shenzhen Supercomputing Group Website!