GPGPU and Many-core Computing  Papers YouTube Playlist

Today's graphics hardware and many-core co-processors are advancing at a much faster pace then standard microprocessors. The GAMMA research group has been working since 1998 on using the computational power of GPUs and other many-core processors for different applications.

Collision Detection and Proximity Queries

Computational Geometry


Distance Fields and Voronoi Diagrams

Haptics and Interactive Applications

Interactive Ray Tracing

Motion and Path Planning

Numerical and Scientific Algorithms


Sound Synthesis and Propagation

Visibility and Shadows

Principal Investigators

Research Sponsors

Current Members

Past Members

  • Erik Andersen
  • William V. Baxter III
  • Timothy Culver
  • Mark Foskey
  • Nico Galoppo
  • Maxim Garber
  • Russell Gayle
  • Naga K. Govindaraju
  • Stephen J. Guy
  • Michael Henson
  • Kenneth E. Hoff III
  • Nitin Jain
  • Ilknurk Kabul
  • John Keyser
  • Theodore (Ted) Kim
  • Young J. Kim
  • David Knott
  • Christian Lauterbach
  • Brandon Lloyd
  • Miguel A. Otaduy
  • Nikunj Raghuvanshi
  • Stephane Redon
  • Brian Salomon
  • Vincent Scheib
  • Avneesh Sud
  • Gokul Varadhan
  • Jeremy Wendt
  • Sung-Eui Yoon
  • Andrew Zaferakis

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