Practical High Performance Computing - IAP

Thursday, January 25, 2024 at 10:00am to 1:00pm

TBD

Overview: The focus of this workshop is to introduce the role of High Performance Computing (HPC) in research. Students will learn when to scale from their laptops to HPC, what challenges that introduces, and how to address those challenges with efficient HPC workflows. The MIT SuperCloud will be used for hands-on examples. Students should bring an existing research problem/application that they would like to scale as a project.

Pre-recorded lectures will be available before class and class time will be spent on hands-on activities and student research project work. Students taking the class for MIT credit must complete a short report on their project.

Jan 16 Introduction to Supercomputing Workflows and Systems

Jan 18 Serial Optimization and Parallel Speedup

Jan 23 Building and Running Parallel Workflows

Jan 25 Distributed Computing

Instructors: Lauren Milechin; Julie Mullen; Chris Hill

 

Enrollment: advance sign-up required, sign-up by 01/09, limited to 20 participants
Enroll by emailing milechin@mit.edu
Event Type

Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

Events By Interest

Academic

Events By Audience

Students, MIT Community, Staff

Events By School

School of Engineering (SoE)

Tags

#IAP, #MIT Beaver Works, #Lincoln Laboratory, #Supercomputing

Department
Beaver Works, Lincoln Laboratory
Hashtag

#IAP, Lincoln Laboratory, Beaver Works, HPC

Contact Email

milechin@mit.edu

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