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Julia Users Group - Berlin

Next meeting

Date/time: Dec 5th, 19:00
Location: The Factory Berlin (Rheinsberger Str. 76/77)
Topic: David will give an overall introduction to the JuliaGPU project, with a focus on OpenCL. Simon will follow this with an introduction to the GPUArrays interface and CLArrays, which he has worked on, as simple ways to offload your matrix arithmetic to the GPU.
RSVP: On our meetup page

Announcements

08.11.2017

The next meetup will take place on December 5th. David and Simon will talk about GPU development using Julia. David will give an overall intro of the JuliaGPU project, with a focus on OpenCL. Simon will follow this with an introduction to the GPUArrays interface and CLArrays, which he has worked on, as simple ways to offload your matrix arithmetic to the GPU.

16.10.2017

The summer break is over and we will meet again in the Factory. Dirk will present his work on TransitmapSolver.jl, which is used to draw transit maps automatically. The project was done in Julia and is based on JuMP.

There will probably be another meeting this year, in early to mid december.

History

Julia Users Group - Berlin had its first get together in 2015. The discussion organising the first meetup can be found on the Julia Users Google group forum.

Following the PyData 2016 conference in Berlin a lot of interest was expressed in meeting more regularly to discuss Julia-related topics. This webpage now exists to coordinate and announce Julia events and meetups in Berlin.

We have a full list of our previous meetings and their topics.

Inclusiveness statement

It seems unfortunate to have to make this statement but the computing world is not always know for its inclusivity or diversity. We are commited to welcoming anyone who is interested in joining our meet-up and will do our best to learn to communicate with them in a manner which makes them feel a full member of our community without the barriers of rank, background, gender, colour or other distinction.

Contact

Say hello on our google groups mailing list or contribute to this site on github.