Please note, that each course builds on the previous course. However, you don't have to start from the first course but you can start at your level. We provide self tests for every course so that you can judge if you possess the required knowledge. The course location is Paderborn. If there is sufficient demand, we can also organize courses, for example, in Bielefeld.
To register for these courses please use our web form. The courses will be free of charge.
If you have questions about our courses, plase contact robert.schade(at)uni-paderborn(dot)de.
Next date and place: October 22, 2019, Paderborn
Intended audience: users with no Linux experience
More details can be found at the subpage Linux Introduction Course.
Next date and place: November 5, 2019, Paderborn
Intended audience: users with basic Linux experince that want to use the computational resources available at Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing (PC²)
More details can be found at the subpage HPC Introduction Course.
Next date and place: November 26, 2019, Paderborn
Intended audience: HPC users that want to learn about high-performance compiler and libraries, profiling, scaling analysis, and other related topics
More details can be found at the subpage Advanced topics of HPC.
Next date and place: December 17/18, 2019, Paderborn
Intended audience: user that want to learn about node-level perfomance engineering, hardware-performace counter, profiling,....
More details can be found at the subpage Performance Engineering Course.
Specialized courses are individual events that don't happen regularly.
Next specuialized courses:
- November, 27-29th 2019: Best Practice in Scientific Computing
Intended audience: interested users that want to go beyond our regularly offered courses.
More details can be found at the subpage Specialized Courses.
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