G29, Hicks Building, The University of Sheffield, Hounsfield Rd, Sheffield S3 7RH
We are pleased to announce a new course that provides hands-on experience for introducing the fundamentals of Parallel MATLAB. This course should also be of particular interest to Sharc and Bessemer "HPC cluster" users as the examples provided during the second part of the course are specifically designed to run on the HPC clusters as well as the usual personal WINDOWS or MAC workstations.
Although the examples are kept as uncomplicated as possible in order to introduce the fundamental concepts, they provide good templates for tackling real life problems.
This course/workshop is given in three "3-hours each" sessions:
- The first session provides practical examples on the Windows workstations,
- The second and third session's examples are provided mainly on Sharc and introduce methods of taking advantage of the 'Distributed Computing Engine' on the HPC clusters.
Session 1: Monday, 2nd of September, 9.00 - 12.00 , Room G29, Hicks Building
Session 2: Wednesday, 4th of September, 9.00 - 12.00 , Room G29, Hicks Building
Session 3: Friday, 6th of September, 9.00 - 12.00 , Room G29, Hicks Building
The course is restricted to the students & staff of The University of Sheffield.