2014 Ontario Summer School on High Performance Computing
The Ontario Summer School on High Performance and Technical Computing is an annual educational event for graduate/undergraduate students, postdocs and researchers in the areas of computational science. Held in three locations across Ontario, the summer school provides attendees with opportunities to learn and share knowledge and experience in high performance and technical computing on platforms with the latest technologies.
The five-day summer school offers intensive courses on a number of selected subjects, including:
- Programming distributed systems using message passing;
- Programming shared memory systems with threads;
- Programming GPGPUs;
- Parallel computing: theory and practice;
- Debugging and profiling;
- Using packages and libraries for scientific and engineering computing;
- …and others.
The summer school includes both in-class lectures and hands-on computer lab sessions. Registration is FREE. Note, space is limited for the message passing interface (MPI) and GPU programming classes, so register early. For more information, please visit the Summer School website or click here to register.