I am unsure if I am posting this in the right forum. Over the summer, I taught myself CUDA C. I got into it because of the nVIDIA performance claims were simply unbelievable. I became I believable after running the demos from the SDK and from porting some of my old previous programs over.
Next week I will start another semester of my undergrad studies. My major is computer science. One of the classes I am taking is independent research where I will focus on CUDA C. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can concentrate on? Someone suggested see how many digits I can compute PI to because recently another undergrad student calculated PI to over 4 trillion digits [ http://www.numberworld.org/y-cruncher/ ].
I really donâ€™t have any ideas so if you have any suggestions then Iâ€™m all ears. My goal in doing the research is to further understand the CUDA architecture and to be a better parallel programmer. One of my interests in computer science is security so I am currently looking online to see what will be a good topic.
Thanks for any input.