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HPC AUTUMN SESSION – Presented by NCI

April 9 - April 13

| AUD60 - AUD300
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NCI is Australia’s most highly integrated, high-performance research computing environment, built to deliver on national priorities and research excellence across the scientific disciplines.

In April 2018, a five day high-performance computing and data training course, the HPC Autumn Session, will be run on campus at The Australian National University.

The NCI HPC Autumn Session is designed as a springboard for postgraduate research students and experienced research staff who wish to learn more about NCI’s Raijin supercomputer and high-performance computing in general.

The Autumn Session will cover key topics including:

  • An overview of NCI resources and services
  • Linux essentials
  • How to use Raijin, including the modules system and PBSPro job scripting
  • How to access NCI Data Collections and use virtual infrastructure
  • An introduction to parallel programming
  • GPU programming essentials

Research students who complete the program will have road-tested experience on Raijin, which can be applied to their own research. Those with prior experience on Raijin are also encouraged to attend the more advanced modules/workshops, e.g. parallel programming and application performance which can be leveraged to improve their research throughput.

All current and future NCI users are encouraged to attend. The Autumn Session will be a great opportunity to meet and work closely with NCI staff.

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Details

Start:
April 9
End:
April 13
Cost:
AUD60 - AUD300
Event Tags:
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/nci-autumn-training-session-tickets-43183740731

Organizer

National Computational Infrastructure (NCI)
Phone:
02 6125 9800
Email:
help@nci.org.au
Website:
http://nci.org.au/

Venue

Science Teaching Building, Seminar Room
136 Linnaeus Way, The Australian National University
Canberra, ACT 2600 Australia
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