Graphic Processor Units for Many-particle Dynamics


GPIUTMD is originally developed by Nima Nouri and under the supervision of Prof. S Ziaei-Rad at the department of mechanical engineering in October 2009.  The GPIUTMD lead development effort is at the Isfahan University of Technology.

Thanks a lot to my brother becuase of his original and Novel idea about implementation of heavy computations on GPU. Also my best regards to my family for their intelectual supports. Thanks a lot to Prof. Saeed Ziaei-Rad (my advisor) for all the efforts he have undergone for me.

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