ASU Research Computing offers a series of free advanced computing workshops that are presented to the user community. This short series of workshops are aimed at current software developers on the system and anyone interested in a detailed overview of the system hardware, tools and utilities.
|Supercomputing at ASU||08-28-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|Supercomputing at ASU||09-04-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|Introduction to High Performance and High Throughput Computing||09-11-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|Parallel Computing using Matlab||09-25-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|Parallel Programming using MPI||10-09-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|Parallel Programming using OpenMP||10-23-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|OpenACC: GPU Parallel Programming||11-06-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
|OpenCL: GPU Parallel Programming||11-13-2015||12pm-1pm||Register here|
*Click here to see the descriptions of all the Workshops listed above.
ASU Research Computing has developed a series of software user group “brown bag sessions” aimed at facilitating the use of the system by leveraging the collective wisdom gained with each package. If you are a user of one of the below software packages, you are invited to attend this informal information session to share your thoughts, ideas, tips and tricks, and to learn from your fellow users.
Software Brown Bags
|CAE Tools – ANSYS, ABAQUS, LS-DYNA||09-18-2015|
|Software Packages – WRF, GAMESS, LAMMPS etc.,||10-02-2015|
|Heterogeneous Computing using Accelerators (GPU’s)||10-30-2015|
|Data Intensive Computing, Parallel I/O, and Storage||12-04-2015|
|Petascale to Exascale computing||12-18-2015|
All sessions will take place in GWC Room 546 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. Please feel free to bring your lunch.
If there is a software package that you would like to see a brown bag session scheduled for, please contact Mohamed.Sayeed@asu.edu.