July 8, 2021
  • UD HPC Bootcamp

    July 8, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Location:

    UD HPC Bootcamp (save the dates) virtual event

    Is your scientific code running for hours to days? Would you like to learn more about how to improve your code and run the same on large scale High Performance Computing Systems? 

    Join us for a UD HPC bootcamp on July 08, July 09. 

    Overview
    This event is open to UD students, staff, faculty and research scientists across campus who would be interested to learn strategies to parallelize and accelerate their scientific code on multicore CPUs and accelerators such as GPUs. You will learn to write a portable parallel program and how to incrementally improve your code by using a directive-based programming model, OpenACC. This programming model (like OpenMP) can be used to parallelize code on both multicore CPUs and GPUs. 

    Event Format
    The bootcamp will be hosted online in Eastern Time zone (EST). All communication will be done through Zoom, Slack and email.

    Prerequisites
    Basic experience with C/C++ or Fortran. No GPU programming knowledge is required.
    This event has limited capacity, so please make sure that prerequisites are met before applying. 

    Registration: https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/university-delaware-hpc-bootcamp

    For general information about GPU Bootcamps/Hackathons, visit https://www.gpuhackathons.org/about-us

July 9, 2021
  • UD HPC Bootcamp

    July 9, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Location:

    UD HPC Bootcamp (save the dates) virtual event

    Is your scientific code running for hours to days? Would you like to learn more about how to improve your code and run the same on large scale High Performance Computing Systems? 

    Join us for a UD HPC bootcamp on July 08, July 09. 

    Overview
    This event is open to UD students, staff, faculty and research scientists across campus who would be interested to learn strategies to parallelize and accelerate their scientific code on multicore CPUs and accelerators such as GPUs. You will learn to write a portable parallel program and how to incrementally improve your code by using a directive-based programming model, OpenACC. This programming model (like OpenMP) can be used to parallelize code on both multicore CPUs and GPUs. 

    Event Format
    The bootcamp will be hosted online in Eastern Time zone (EST). All communication will be done through Zoom, Slack and email.

    Prerequisites
    Basic experience with C/C++ or Fortran. No GPU programming knowledge is required.
    This event has limited capacity, so please make sure that prerequisites are met before applying. 

    Registration: https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/university-delaware-hpc-bootcamp

    For general information about GPU Bootcamps/Hackathons, visit https://www.gpuhackathons.org/about-us