Trainings for usage of supercomputer: login, queues, compilations.
2021-10-15, Friday, 2 p.m., in English
We invite you to register for training: register by e-mail. email email@example.com
Darbui su superkompiuteriu mokymai : prisijungimas, uždavinių leidimas, kompiliavimas.
2021-05-15, Penktadienis , 10:00, Lietuvių kalba
Kviečiame registruotis į mokymus: užsiregistruoti el. paštu firstname.lastname@example.org
The PRACE Autumn School 2021 will bring together undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in different disciplines of scientific computing.
The course consists of lectures and hands-on training on modern, GPU-accelerated high-performance computing: GPU programming and GPU code optimisation at scale, as well as understanding and applying machine learning methods. The course includes also scientific case studies about using GPUs in various disciplines. The tutors and lecturers are experts in these fields providing various interesting aspects in the course topics.
The five days of school (11-15 October 2021), organised by CSC – IT Center for Science, are filled with hacking, leisure activities and having good time together in Vuokatti, Finland. Also, the Autumn School includes a visit to the CSC’s Data Center in Kajaani, the home of one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world: LUMI. It is a unique opportunity for the participants to familiarise themselves with the cutting-edge data infrastructure in the field of HPC.
For further information and to register, please visit https://events.prace-ri.eu/event/1188/
This two days workshop aims to promote the awk tool for use in everyday research work and urges you to find solutions yourself rather than expecting ready-made ones. Thus, the material given during the seminar will not be a complete guide or manual. The purpose of the workshop is to give an overview of the capabilities of the awk language and to underline some of its particular strengths as well as its disadvantages.
When: September 10 and 13, 2021
For more information and registration, please visit:
HPC2N is offering an introduction course to HPC and our systems. The course will be ONLINE.
We begin with a short (optional) introduction to Linux, then continue with an introduction to HPC and a walk-through of Kebnekaise, including the GPUs and the KNLs. In the afternoon we look at the module system and loading the software you need, and how to submit jobs through the batch system. There will be a hands-on part of the course, where the participants get the opportunity to load modules, compile programs, and submit jobs to the Kebnekaise system.
Date and time: 2021-09-08, 9:00-17:00
For more information and registration, see: https://www.hpc2n.umu.se/events/courses/2021/intro-fall
This 8 half-days course provides an introduction to the high-performance computing (HPC) environment offered at Uppmax. It offers an overview of how the systems work and covers skills from basic Linux usage to advanced tips and tricks, including Python scripting. Many of the concepts discussed in the course will also apply to systems hosted at other HPC centres in Sweden (SNIC) and beyond (e.g. PRACE). Participation is open to all existing and prospective users of HPC from Swedish institutions.
When: August 24-27, 30-31 and September 2-3, 2021
For more information and registration, please visit: https://www.uppmax.uu.se/support/courses-and-workshops/introductory-course-summer-2021/
The PDC Center for High Performance Computing (PDC) and the KTH School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) welcome you to our „Introduction to High Performance Computing“ summer school.
Interested students and researchers (with academic or industrial/commercial backgrounds) from anywhere in the world are welcome to apply to attend the course.
This course provides the skills needed to utilize high-performance computing (HPC) resources, and includes an introduction to a range of important topics, such as:
More information about the school, including a link to the application form, is available on the 2021 PDC Summer School webpage: https://www.pdc.kth.se/summer-school/2021
The closing date for applications is the 30th of June.
Type of methodology: Combination of lecture and hands-on
Participants receive the certificate of attendance: Yes
Paid training activity for participants: No, it’s free of charge
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Research and Academia
Supercomputer Frontiers Europe 2021 will be the 7th edition of the annual conference which originated in Singapore in 2015 and subsequently was moved to Warsaw, Poland, organized by ICM University of Warsaw.
The topics for SCFE21 will be: special architectures, storage class memory, hybrid cloud/HPC, smart systems,hybrid quantum computing and HPC, Omics and Systems Biology, convergence of HPC, AI and Big Data, Semantic and Graph methods, and more. As the registration fee has been lifted, the participants will be able to
follow the full program of the conference remotely from any place worldwide with internet access for free.
The format of the event is a three-day conference and two-day workshops. In order to accommodate
participants from multiple time-zones, the sessions will run between:
7:00 AM-1:30 PM (San Francisco, LA)
2:00 PM-8:30 PM (Warsaw, Lagos)
6:30 PM-1:00 AM (New Delhi)
9:00 PM-3:30 AM (Tokyo)
We strive to give an open space for the HPC community to interact and discuss visionary ideas. Join us an event where we will discuss the future of supercomputers, machine learning and much more…!
About the organizer
The Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM) University of Warsaw is involved in interdisciplinary scientific research based on mathematical modeling, computer simulations and modeling, multi-scale and large-scale calculations. Visit ICM’s website for further information.
SCFE21 Keynote Speakers are:
Anders Dam Jensen
– Executive Director, EuroHPC Joint Undertaking;
– Associate Laboratory Director for Simulation and Computation at Los Alamos NationalLaboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory;
– Recipient of the 2020 ACM Gordon Bell Prize; Professor at Department of Chemistry, PrincetonUniversity
– President at The Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo, a Professor at Okinawa Institute ofScience and Technology Graduate University, Okinawa.
The Nordic-RSE is organizing an online (un)conference on 29-30 June 2021 to bring its community members together to share experiences and knowledge. To kick off the event on 29th we have invited speakers and the rest of the event is yours! Bring your ideas on the day or before the event. We welcome anything from talks and demos to discussion topics and mini-workshops.
See https://nordic-rse.org/events/2021-online-unconference/ for more information and a registration link.