To help the users take advantage of the LUNARC and the SNIC resources, courses are given in different topics in high performance computing.
Cluster architecture and job submission, 9 October
This event explains key features of a contemporary HPC cluster, with a focus on the systems deployed at Lunarc. It will explain the principles behind the job scheduler and how the scheduler can be used to accomplish your computational work in an efficient manner.
Hierarchical modules and software selection, 23 October
Modern HPC systems in academic use have a vast variety of software package installed. Selecting the correct software, required for the task at hand, is often not easy.
SeSE - Introduction to Scientific Computing II, 29 October
This course aims to provide the participants with an introduction to C++ in the context of scientific computing.
Using Matlab in an HPC environment, 7 November
With the Matlab Distributed Computing Server (MDCS) researchers can use the familiar Matlab environment to run computationally intensive Matlab programs efficiently on computer clusters.
Research data for a future of open science and open data, 13 Nov 2018
Researchers are getting more and more demands on sharing their data.
Parallel programming with MPI, 21 - 23 November 2018
Message Passing is presently the most widely deployed programming model in massively parallel high performance computing.