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Livermore Computing Workshop Announcement

Workshop Title: Using LLNL's Supercomputers
Dates: Jun 25-29, 2012
Description: This 4+ day workshop covers the "getting started" basics for using Livermore Computing's (LC) High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. Topics include an introduction to parallel programming, LC HPC resources and how to use them, LC's HPC Linux clusters, Moab batch system, introductory parallel programming with MPI, POSIX Threads and OpenMP, and the TotalView debugger. Since attendees will have different interests, and seating is limited, the workshop topics are separated into different sessions. Most sessions have an associated hands-on exercise using one of LC's HPC clusters.
Location: Laboratory Training Center 2, Trailer 1889 (near the West Gate Badge Office). Directions and contact information are available HERE.
Fee: No cost
Level/Prerequisites: All sessions are presented at an introductory level. A basic understanding of programming with C or Fortran is an essential prerequisite.
Registration: See the "Registration" section below.
Hardcopy: Hardcopy notes will NOT be provided. If you desire a hardcopy version of the tutorial, please select the tutorial of interest from the Agenda below. You will be taken to the Abstracts page where you can click on the tutorial title. From there, you can print your own hardcopy to bring to class.


Click on title to see a description of the session. Session descriptions also link to the actual workshop materials.

Mon Jun 25 LTRAIN#
1:30-4:00 Introduction to Parallel Computing EC3500

Tue Jun 26
10:00-12:00 Introduction to LC Resources EC3501
1:30-4:30 Linux Clusters Overview EC3516

Wed Jun 27
9:00-12:00 Using Moab EC4045
1:30-4:30 Message Passing Interface (MPI) EC3505

Thu Jun 28
9:00-12:00 POSIX Threads EC3506
1:30-4:30 OpenMP EC3507

Fri Jun 29
TotalView Debugger
TotalView Debugger (cont)


Registration is limited to LLNL employees, students and collaborators. You must register in advance. Note that all sessions will have limited enrollment due to the number of available workstations.

If you are an LLNL employee:

If you are not an LLNL employee:

Questions? Please call or email Blaise Barney (925-422-2578 /