If you are going to be at Supercomputing this year, check out GPULib (including a demo on a GPU “supercomputer” I spent some time working on earlier this week). From the press release:

Tech-X Corporation invites you to visit us at our booth (Booth #1713) at the SC09, November 14 – 20, 2009, in Portland, OR.

We will be demonstrating VORPAL, our highly-configurable multiphysics simulation application for modeling the interaction of matter with electromagnetic fields and GPULib, our library of mathematical kernels for GPU computing.

We will also be demonstrating GPULib in the Microway booth, booth #434.

Also, attend the Exhibitor Forum, on Wednesday, November 18, at 4:00PM, in Room E147-148, where Svetlana Shasharina, Ph.D., will be presenting “VizSchema: A Unified Interface for Visualization of Scientific Data”.

Full disclosure: I work for Tech-X Corporation and worked on the IDL bindings and examples for GPULib.