As part of my RSE Fellowship I am committed to teaching and advocating the use of GPU and accelerated computing. Currently I teach an undergraduate model COM4521: Parallel Computing with GPUs. This course is aimed at undergraduates but is available to all research staff and students (subject to demand).
If you are interested in more focused training then I run a series of short courses such as a one day Introduction to CUDA course (in partnership with CICS and ARCHER). The scope of this training will be expanded considerably over the next 5 years and if you have specific requirements or demands for training then please let me know and I will endeavour to deliver this for you.
If you are interested in doing a PhD with me or are interested in working with me as a Research Software Engineer or Research Assistant/Associate on a particular project then please check out my available funded positions or contact me directly to discuss other opportunities. For example I frequently propose summer placements for undergraduates interested in GPU computing, complex systems simulation or VR and Graphics.