Lunch bytes #3: Accelerated Machine Learning

Date
9 December 2020 - 12:00-13:00
Location
Google meet
Speaker
Phil Tooley (NAG), Filippo Spiga (Nvidia), NAG and Nvidia

LunchBytes is a new monthly series of short talks for those in the research community at TUOS who work with/write code, use/manage research data and use/manage research infrastructure. We hope through these talks we will come together as a community to discuss best practices and useful methods/tools.

At this LunchBytes event we’ll be exploring the process of accelerating machine learning on the cloud and using machine learning to accelerate physics simulations.

Google JamBoard for Q&A: note down questions/comments (using JamBoard Sticky Notes) before/during the event.

Scalable ML in the Cloud - First Steps on MS Azure

Phil Tooley, HPC Analyst, NAG

For new users the cloud can be a complex and overwhelming environment, even for experienced users of traditional HPC and on-premises computing. In this talk I will look at some of the common issues experienced when deploying machine learning training in the cloud, and how to get going quickly and efficiently. I will share my own experiences of performing distributed ML training on Microsoft Azure, including what worked, what didn’t, and what I wish someone had told me before I started!

NVIDIA SimNet

Filippo Spiga, EMEA HPC Developer Relations, Nvidia

Accelerating physics and engineering using Physics Informed Neural Network (PINN)

Joining instructions

This lunchBytes session will be run at the following Google meet (https://meet.google.com/anf-oxok-xsp) which is open to members of the University of Sheffield. If you would like to attend and do not have a Sheffield account, please contact the organisers by email at lunchbytes-organisers-group@sheffield.ac.uk.

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