The National Computational Infrastructure is running a high-performance computing Summer School from 6th till 10th February. It will cover beginner and advanced methods for accessing and using HPC resources, particularly for postgraduate research students and experienced research staff who wish to learn more about Raijin, job scripting, parallel programming, application optimisation and coding for GPUs. There will also be a focus on advanced scientific application development using the latest accelerator technology: GPUs and Intel Knight’s Landing chips.
The Summer School will be a great opportunity for users and interested members of the HPC community to meet and work closely with NCI staff. Participants are welcome to register for individual days or for the entire week of the Summer School.