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Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2023
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT
Duration: 1 hour

Learn how NVIDIA GPUs in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure pave the way for affordable and fast high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and discrete element modeling (DEM). We will showcase CFD use cases for aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, water management, and particle simulation for the manufacturing industry.

These complex simulations are computationally expensive and, if implemented on pure CPU systems, are typically constrained by available computational resources and prohibitively long runtimes. This has been a roadblock for integrating high-fidelity simulations into simulation-based design cycles in the past. Join Altair, OCI and NVIDIA to see how CFD and DEM users can drastically improve turnaround times while reducing hardware and energy costs.

In this webinar you will:
  • Learn how Altair ultraFluidX and Altair EDEM leverage the massive compute power and memory bandwidth of NVIDIA GPUs to power ultra-fast CAE simulations.
  • See how OCI and NVIDIA jointly design, implement, and support the highest speed GPU clusters that CFD users can tailor to their specific needs.
  • Get your questions answered in a live Q&A session. 

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DGX Station Datasheet

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DGX Station Whitepaper

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DGX Station Whitepaper

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DGX Station Whitepaper

Dive deeper into the DGX Station and learn more about the architecture, NVLink, frameworks, tools and more.


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Rick Watkins
Senior Director, Altair Cloud Solutions, Altair
Rick Watkins is the Sr. Director of Altair’s Cloud Solutions, focused on making HPC and Cloud Computing resources easy-to-use and available to all CAE and CFD analysts. After obtaining Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Aerospace Engineering from MIT and the University of Texas, he started his career as a designer on the 787 in Boeing’s Commercial Aircraft division. He joined Altair in 2006 as an Application Engineer before moving to the HyperWorks business team. After 8 years, he moved to the Enterprise Computing business team focusing on high-performance computing software. He transitioned to his current role 2 years ago, where he’s able to leverage his CAD, CAE and HPC experience to assist customers making the move to cloud and high-performance computing.
Bart Brotsos
Enterprise Cloud Sales Representative, ISV Ecosystem, OCI
Bart Brotsos is in his 15th year in Oracle Partner Sales and has worked extensively to strategize and fulfill partner GPU needs in HPC, CAE, AI and ML. He has worked with Altair for over a decade. Bart has evangelized Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Nvidia and Altair events and activities at SuperComputing, Oracle Cloud World and the Altair Technology Conference as well as Future.Industry. Prior to Oracle, Bart held Director positions at Sun Microsystems in Sales, Operations and Corporate Strategy & Planning (M&A). He has a MBA from Northwestern Kellogg Graduate School of Management and resides in the greater Chicagoland area with his family. In his free time, Bart enjoys travel, playing beach volleyball, basketball, tennis and an occasional round of golf.
Ian Pegler
CAE Business Development, NVIDIA
Ian Pegler graduated from the University of Southampton in the UK with a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. Formerly a CFD Application Engineer, Ian now heads up business development for CAE at NVIDIA. Outside work, Ian is a keen runner, programmer, and enjoys skiing. Ian is based in Chicago.
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