High Performance Computing Cluster basic course on 11 October 2018

Did you recently start using the High Performance Computing Cluster (HPC)? Do you have some basic Linux knowledge but want to know a more about how things work on the HPC? Join the free 4.5 hours course on the basics of the HPC. You will be set to work on computing tasks to gain insight and experience with the HPC. The course is organized by FB-IT with contributions from WUR scientists experienced on the HPC.

Organised by Shared Research Facilities

Thu 11 October 2018 12:30 to 17:00

Venue Forum, gebouwnummer 102
Room PC0713
Price description Free of charge

Not a WUR-User? Then bring your own laptop

If you are do not have a WUR-account, than you are required to bring your own laptop. If you are WUR-user, you may bring your laptop, but it is not a requirement as you can login to the computers at the PC-Room.

HPC advanced course on 16 October 2018

If you already have any experiences in working on the HPC, then you can join the advanced HPC course. During this advanced course you will receive tips & tricks on speeding up working with the HPC. More information on this advanced course and how to register can be found on the webpage.

Linux basic course on 2 October 2018

If you don’t have any Linux knowledge and want to know the basics needed to create jobs which can run on the HPC, then you can join the Linux basic course. During this course you will learn the basics Linux commands and skills you need for creating jobs on the HPC. More information on this course and how to register can be found on the webpage.

High Performance Computing Cluster (HPC)

With the advent of more powerful and effective scientific instrumentation, the complexity and amount of data being generated is exploding. The ability to process, analyze and ultimately act on this data is becoming a critical element of research success. Whether it be used for modelling, simulations, analysis or visualization of data.

The HPC is designed as a high available and versatile platform. Whether your job needs lots of memory, raw compute power or enormous storage demands, this HPC can handle your requests.