Found at HPCwire, news that the ICCS, hosted by the LSU Center for Computation & Technology, is offering free HPC education:
The ninth annual International Conference on Computational Science will take place in downtown Baton Rouge this May, and conference organizers will offer three free tutorials to kick off the event on Sunday, May 24.
The ICCS 2009 tutorials are:
- Parallel Performance Evaluation Tools for HPC Systems — this tutorial discusses cutting-edge developments for top high-performance computing, parallel and cluster systems, showing the potential of modern tools for program analysis.
- GPU Processors for Data Parallel Solutions for High-Performance Computation Research – this tutorial offers an introduction to data- parallel programming models for GPU (graphics processor unit) Computing using the CUDA architecture on NVIDIA GPUs.
- Developing HPC Applications with the Cactus Framework — this tutorial will describe how modern frameworks, such as the Cactus Computational Toolkit Framework, can enable development for complex applications, allowing researchers to take advantage of new supercomputers and cyberinfrastructure.