Students present research at NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference

Anqi Zou and Tyson Lipscomb recently presented their competitively selected research posters on molecular dynamics simulations at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference at San Jose, Calif. About 3,000 scientists, engineers and developers from 54 different countries attended the conference, which enabled Zou and Lipscomb to meet the top scientists doing cutting-edge research in their fields.

They also met with some executives at NVIDIA, the world’s leading manufacturer of GPUs, which remains committed to re-purposing video game technology for computational science, such as in their work here at Wake Forest.