Training Courses @ DCUPosted on 5 July 2013
ICHEC has organised a series of introductory courses on HPC, OpenMP and MPI at Dublin City University (DCU). Please contact Simon Wong (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
16-18 July 2013
Room S209, 2/F, Engineering & Research Building, Dublin City University
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16 July (Tue) - Day 1
Introduction to HPC
17 July (Wed) - Day 2
Introduction to OpenMP
18 July - Day 3
The Introduction to HPC course only requires basic programming skills. The Introduction to MPI/OpenMP courses require elementary to intermediate programming skills in either C, C++ or Fortran and prior experience of code development in a UNIX/Linux environment would be an advantage.
Admission to this course is limited to:
To register for any/all of the courses, please register at:
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