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HPC 470: Parallel Programming Workshop

Monday, July 28, 2014
12:00 AM
Crossroads, 2615 School of Public Health Building I 109 S. Observatory Medical Campus

Here's an opportunity for Flux cluster users and potential users to learn about parallel programming and parallelizing serial code using the Flux computing cluster.

The five-day HPC 470 workshop will cover parallel programming in MATLAB, R, Python, C, and Fortran, using both MPI and Open MP models on CPU, many-core, and GPGPU architectures. Some lecture material will be provided, but the focus of this workshop will be on learning programming concepts using example programs, and most of the workshop will be spent in designing, running, and debugging code.

The course prerequisite is HPC 201 or equivalent: Proficiency in Linux command line and Flux cluster job submission and management procedures will be assumed.

Please register separately for each day of HPC 470 of interest to you by selecting from this list and providing the required information. Each day’s description will list the topics to be taught that day. Everyone should sign up for Day 1. Seating is limited, so please register early. We plan on teaching this workshop again next year, so folks can take it later if they can't make it this time.

Please forward this to your interested researchers. We think graduate students will want to attend, and faculty and admins are certainly welcome as well.