XSEDE OpenMP Workshop
The UTech Research Computing and CyberInfrastructure team is hosting a two-way video conference training event on January 9, 2018, 11:00 A.M. to 5 P.M., offering an introduction to multi-core parallel programming using OpenMP. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is conducting the training via lecture and example calculations, featuring hands-on experience utilizing the Bridges computing cluster. This workshop is intended to give C and Fortran programmers a hands-on introduction to OpenMP programming. Attendees will leave with a working knowledge of how to write scalable codes using OpenMP. These techniques are directly applicable for use on the CWRU High Performance Computing cluster, or on any multi-core computer.
Please register with XSEDE to ensure your participation: Register Here
Log in to XSEDE Portal, or create a new XSEDE account: portal.xsede.org
Please also let us know of your plan to join us in Crawford 618 on January 9th - Register Here
Point of contact: Emily Dragowsky, email@example.com
11:00 A.M. - Welcome
11:15 A.M. - Computing Environment
11:30 A.M. - It’s a Multi-core World
12:00 P.M. - Intro to OpenMP
1:00 P.M. - Lunch break
2:00 P.M. - Introduction Continued
4:15 P.M. - OpenMP 4.0 Sneak Peek
5:00 P.M. - Adjourn
Spring 2018 Tinkering and Exploring Workshops
Please visit our website for more information about our spring 2018 Tinkering and Exploring offerings.
Tinkering with TEI
Dates: Weekly starting January 30 (11 sessions)
This Tinkering group is designed to introduce faculty, students and staff to the TEI-XML markup language.
Tinkering with Git
Dates: Bi-weekly starting February 1 (6 sessions)
In this workshop we use Git from the Unix Shell. Some previous experience with the shell is expected, but isn’t mandatory. If you are already familiar with Git, either through a terminal interface or GitHub, you probably won't learn much from this!
Exploring Text Encoding + the TEI
Dates: Weekly starting February 2 (2 sessions)
The Exploring TEI Workshop is an opportunity for participants to learn more about the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) from knowledgeable TEI Practitioners. As with all Exploring workshops, this is a tech-free offering.
Tinkering with the Unix Shell
Dates: Bi-weekly starting February 8 (4 sessions)
This Tinkering group is designed to introduce faculty, students, and staff to some basic skills for using the Command Line--in a Unix Shell. If you’re already comfortable manipulating files and directories, searching for files with grep and find, and writing simple loops and scripts, you probably won’t learn much from this!
Exploring Non-Traditional Uses of HPC
Dates: Bi-weekly starting March 7 (4 sessions)
Regardless of your field of study or the nature of your data, computational approaches to analysis can radically change your perspective of your data by providing access to and analysis of a far larger dataset than would be possible without computer assistance.
These sessions will be tech-free introductions to 'Big Data' topics in fields that may not traditionally have used computational methodologies. There will be four lunchtime meetings during the spring semester.