We'll be a remote site for this parallel programming workshop which will cover OpenMP (shared memory parallelization), OpenACC (GPU programming) and MPI (distributed memory parallelization). This is a once in a year opportunity to learn the basics of three most popular parallelization approaches in 4 days.
The workshop will run from 9am to 3pm each day with an hour long lunch break.
We encourage anyone with interest in parallel programming to attend this excellent workshop taught by experts from the Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center (PSC). Prerequisites are basic Linux command line knowledge (like what's taught by our Intro to Linux class offered at CHPC, or Cornell's Virtual Workshop Introduction to Linux) and basic knowledge of Fortran or C programming (e.g. Cornell's Introduction to C programming or Introduction to Fortran programming). For details and agenda please see the PSC workshop page .
This event is available to anyone (not just University of Utah affiliates), therefore,
we appreciate if you could spread the word among your peers about this workshop, noting
that this is an in person only workshop, i.e. people need to be physically present