HPC Training: Parallel Programming of High Performance Systems

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"Parallel Programming of High Performance Systems" is the yearly course
 provided by LRZ and RRZE that gives students and scientists a solid
 introduction to
   * Processor and HPC system architectures
   * Code development and basic tools
   * Scalar optimizations (generic and architecture-specific)
   * Parallelization basics
   * Parallel programming with OpenMP and MPI
 There will also be an additional course with advanced topics, which
   * Parallel performance tools for MPI and OpenMP
   * Parallel I/O with MPI I/O
   * I/O tuning and libraries
 Hands-on sessions will enable participants to apply the concepts right
 Although the federal HPC system at LRZ Munich is treated in some
 detail, most of the conveyed concepts are of general use. You can find
 the preliminary course agendas on the web:
 Basic course (HPPP1W1, March 5-9): http://www.lrz.de/services/compute/
 Advanced course (HPAT1W11, March 19-22): http://www.lrz.de/services/
 This year the basic course is hosted by RRZE in Erlangen and will be
 available at LRZ in Garching via videoconferencing, if a sufficient
 number of people are interested. Hands-On sessions will then be
 provided at both locations. The advanced course will be hosted by LRZ
 in Garching.
 There is no course fee. Please register for course "HPPP1W11" and/or
 "HPAT1W11" at the following LRZ web site: http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/

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 Reinhold Bader

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