New PhD student in Scientific Computing? Apply for the Autumn Academy for High Performance Computing
The Software Sustainability Institute has been collaborating with the HPC Short Courses Consortium to identify the computational training needs of the UK research community.
As part of their provision, the HPC Short Courses Consortium is running an Autumn Academy for High Performance Computing in Cambridge in September. This is designed to provide a basic training in HPC methods to students just beginning their PhD, though they also welcome more mature researchers from any relevant background. The course will cover Basic HPC tools, Programming, Performance Programming, Parrallel Architecures, Shared Variables Parallelism, Message Passing Parallelism and Practical Parallel Programming.
The closing date for applications is 2nd July 2012, and there are some grants available to assist attendance.
Further details: http://www.hpc-sc.ac.uk/courses/academy
Posted by NeilChueHong on Friday 8 June 2012.