ICHEC training courses in UCDPosted on 28 September 2006
The Irish Centre for High-End Computing has organised a series of short courses on High Performance Computing (HPC) and the Message Passing Interface (MPI). We encourage anybody affiliated with an Irish research institution to attend, particularly people planning to use the Centre's services. The scheduled courses are as follows:
There are 20 spots for each course and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Users may attend either or both courses. However, people who register for the MPI course must attend both days of it. Only registrants affiliated with a Dublin institute will be accepted this time - these courses will be offered in Galway and Cork within the next 3 months.
The Introduction to HPC course only requires basic programming skills. The Introduction to MPI course requires elementary to intermediate programming skills in either C, C++ or Fortran and prior experience to code development in a UNIX/linux environment would be an advantage.
Further details regarding the courses will be e-mailed to the people who are offered a place after registration closes. As places are limited, we would ask research groups to refrain from sending more than 2 persons from the same group.
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