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27th Summer School on Parallel Computing

13 February 2018

The registrations for the "27th Summer School on Parallel Computing"  are now open.

High Performance Computing (HPC) is widely used in many areas of science, engineering and industry to tackle problems that are very compute or data-intensive. HPC techniques are essential for any scientist who must solve computational problems and for any software developer who wants to take full advantage of modern multicore processors and parallel architectures. The same HPC techniques can be used to program powerful supercomputers with hundreds of thousands of processors or to exploit the full potential of a multi-core laptop.

The Summer School on Parallel Computing is an intense, 10 day, graduate level course in HPC, with the objective of providing the participants with the skills to program and exploit modern parallel computing systems to solve computational problems. The school covers key topics focusing on HPC lexicon, parallel architectures, parallel programming models and methods, software engineering, profilers and debuggers.

Attendance is free and in some cases a grant to help to cover the expenses of attending the course may be available. 

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