parallel programming

CUDA Teaching Center offers cutting-edge skills to grad students

Graduate students at Purdue University are learning the latest in parallel programming, and that experience is helping them find good jobs after graduation.

“I was lucky to have graduates at DreamWorks, Adobe, Microsoft, and television stations,” said Bedrich Benes, associate professor of computer graphics technology and leader of the CUDA Teaching Center at Purdue. “Some of this year’s students have secured job offers already, in part because of the valuable experience they get in this course.”

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