CUDA is a parallel computing platform and programming model invented by NVIDIA for GPUs (graphic processing unit).
Availability: Open access for all academic users
The CUDA toolkit is available for use on nodes that have the GPU
devices. The necessary NVidia device drivers are installed on
these nodes. The 12-core nodes with GPUs are in both the
general-compute partition and the gpu partition. Specify the
gpu partition and 'gres' flag when submitting jobs that will use the
GPUs. One 16-core node with 2 GPUs is available in the debug
partition. See this KB article for SLURM flags to request these nodes.
Show the software versions: module avail cuda
Loading the module will set the path and any necessary variables: module load cuda/version
Extensive documentation on CUDA programming using C/FORTRAN and other languages is available from NVIDIA's CUDA Developer Zone.