CAC HPC Summer School @ Queen's University

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Dunning Hall - Queen's University Faculty of Arts and Science, rooms 11 & 12

94 University Avenue

Kingston, ON K7L 3N9

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CAC presents the 2019 HPC Summer School at Queen's University. Three days of intensive workshops covering Advanced Computing.

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The Centre for Advanced Computing (CAC) presents the 2019 HPC Summer School at Queen's University. We are offering 5 courses in 2 streams over three days. This event is a "satellite" of the annual Ontario HPC Summer School (East) which took place in July at the University of Ottawa.

This workshop gives researchers, students, and other interested participants an opportunity to learn about topics related to advanced research computing. Enjoy a compressed version of content offered at the annual Ontario HPC Summer School (East) right here at Queen's University.

Schedule

DAY ONE

Select "Day One" ticket for:
Introduction to the bash Unix shell
AND
Introduction to High-Performance Computing

DAY TWO

Select a ticket for one of the following:
Option 1: Python programming from 1+1 to cluster
OR
Option 2: Modern Fortran programming

DAY THREE

Select a ticket for one of the following:
Option 1: Machine learning (ML)
OR
Option 2: Visualization

If you missed the Summer School in Ottawa, here's your chance to learn about the exciting world of Advanced Computing.

IMPORTANT

You must purchase a 'General Admission' ticket and then select the courses you wish to attend (Python, ML, Fortran, or Visualization). The price is the same whether you attend 1, 2 or 3 courses.

Please ensure that your course selections do not conflict with each other. Select a maximum of 1 course per day, i.e. Day one is a general introduction, so please select a ticket for Bash and HPC, Day two: please select Python or ML and Day three: please select Fortran or Visualization.

Seating is limited (80 per course). Lunch will be provided each day.

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Dunning Hall - Queen's University Faculty of Arts and Science, rooms 11 & 12

94 University Avenue

Kingston, ON K7L 3N9

Canada

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