Free - Advanced Research Computing Workshops

4-Part Workshop Series

This January, ICT is offering a 4-workshop-series in Advanced Research Computing for the university's researchers and students. These workshops will provide hands-on introductions to essential tools and skills used in computational research. There will be four full day courses available, free of charge, to faculty, staff and students through USASK Training in January 2019. You can attend single sessions or the entire series. There is no cost to attend but you must register online in advance. Following is a summary of courses’ subjects and dates:

Moving your research from Windows-based desktops to ARC: Linux command line and server remote access

January 15

Introduction to HPC: using clusters to speed up your research

January 16

Scientific Visualization

January 17

Foundations of parallel programming and the Chapel programming language

January 18