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February 2018

Programmierung in Fortran (German)

February 15 @ 8:30 am - March 8 @ 2:30 pm
Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
Jülich, 52428 Germany
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Free

Contents: Fortran ist die älteste höhere Programmiersprache. Sie wurde insbesondere für die Bedürfnisse der numerischen Mathematik und für wissenschaftlich-technische Anwendungen konzipiert und immer weiterentwickelt. Dabei wurde insbesondere auf hohe Ausführungsgeschwindigkeit Wert gelegt. Für Menschen mit mathematischem Hintergrundwissen ist Fortran im Vergleich zu anderen Programmiersprachen leicht zu erlernen und gut lesbar. Der Kurs ist Bestandteil der Ausbildung zum Mathematisch-technischen Software-Entwickler. Er wird als Blockkurs in den Semesterferien angeboten mit täglichen Vorlesungen und Übungen. Gasthörer können nach Absprache mit Frau Janetzko teilnehmen.…

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Intel KNL Many-Core – usage and profiling

February 26
Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
Jülich, 52428 Germany
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Free

IMPORTANT: This course is exclusively for users of JSC's supercomputers JUQUEEN and JURECA Participants need to bring their own laptop and need to be able to access JUQUEEN/JURECA from it Contents: The Research Centre Juelich has extended its general purpose supercomputing system JURECA with a Booster module based on Intel’s KNL architecture. The aim of this course is to give users of the supercomputing resources an introductory overview of the KNL architecture and its usage, and to help them in…

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Introduction to modern Fortran (Italien)

February 26 - March 1
CINECA (Rome), Via dei Tizii 6
Rome, Italy
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Description: Fortran is among the earliest high level programming languages and the first one to be standardized. The specific features of the language and a widespread experience acquired in coding allow Fortran compilers to build highly optimized executables. The major revisions of the standard (77/90/2003) give the chance to improve more and more the code design, and this, along with the large number of mathematical functions included and an extensive collections of highly tuned scientific packages, make Fortran a good…

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Introduction to Scientific and Technical Computing in C (Italien)

February 26 - February 28
CINECA (Bologna), Via Magnanelli 6/3
Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna), 40033 Italy
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Description: This course illustrates the key features of C language, with emphasis to modern programming style for scientific and technical applications particularly suitable to HPC environments. After a brief introduction on the C fundamentals we will discuss its flaws and strengths and the conceptual guidelines that allowed C to be one of the most widespread, efficient and general purpose languages even decades after its birth. We will show common idioms and best practices focusing on scientific and technical use cases.…

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March 2018

Open NEST Developer Video Conference

March 5 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Videoconference

Dear NEST Community! We are very excited about the growing activity on the NEST user mailing list and the NEST Github repository.  It is great to see that more and more people outside the research groups that have developed NEST for a long time are now contributing to NEST development. To provide everyone interested in the development of NEST with a better opportunity to engage with other developers, we will host open NEST developer video conferences every second Monday from…

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Debugging and Optimization of Scientific Applications (Italien)

March 12 - March 14
CINECA (Rome), Via dei Tizii 6
Rome, Italy
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Description: The typical approach to the art of programming from the point of view of a scientist only rarely permits to reach good results in terms of computational performances. The basic knowledge about how a computer machine really works permits even to a naif programmer to better write his own code and eventually to optimize properly any kind of scientific program. This knowledge is way more important in the field of High-Performance Computing where the correct exploitation of the modern…

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Parallel I/O and Portable Data Formats

March 12 @ 9:00 am - March 14 @ 4:30 pm
Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
Jülich, 52428 Germany
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Free

Contents: Numerical simulations conducted on current high-performance computing (HPC) systems face an ever growing need for scalability. Larger HPC platforms provide opportunities to push the limitations on size and properties of what can be accurately simulated. Therefore, it is needed to process larger data sets, be it reading input data or writing results. Serial approaches on handling I/O in a parallel application will dominate the performance on massively parallel systems, leaving a lot of computing resources idle during those serial…

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Einführung in ParaView zur Visualisierung von wissenschaftlichen Daten (German)

March 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Wilhelm-Johnen-Straße
Jülich, 52428 Germany
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Free

Contents: ParaView ist eine auf dem Visualization Toolkit (VTK) basierende Open-Source Software,  mit der wissenschaftlich-technische Datensätze analysiert und visualisiert werden können. Unterstützt werden dabei alle gängigen Betriebssysteme (z.B. Windows, Linux, MAC OS X).  Da ParaView ein paralleles Konzept verfolgt, kann es außer auf einzelnen PCs, Laptops und Workstations auch in einem parallelen Modus auf Clustern und Supercomputern eingesetzt werden und eignet sich somit zur Visualisierung von sehr großen Datensätzen. Zudem ist ParaView in der Lage, Datensätze, die auf zentralen Daten-…

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Open NEST Developer Video Conference

March 19 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Videoconference

Dear NEST Community! We are very excited about the growing activity on the NEST user mailing list and the NEST Github repository.  It is great to see that more and more people outside the research groups that have developed NEST for a long time are now contributing to NEST development. To provide everyone interested in the development of NEST with a better opportunity to engage with other developers, we will host open NEST developer video conferences every second Monday from…

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High Performance Molecular Dynamics

March 26 - March 28

Description: This course is designed for those users who wish run classical molecular dynamics programs such as GROMACS and NAMD on modern supercomputers. By understanding better the HPC infrastructures and the algorithms used to exploit them, the aim is to give researchers the tools to run simulations in the most efficient way possible on current and future supercomputers. The course will consist of presentations and practical sessions where students will be able to prepare and run examples of popular programs…

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