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Parallel Programming Summer School at CSCS, 17-19 August 2011

The Swiss National Supercomputer Center (CSCS) will host a three day summer school on parallel programming aimed at graduate students who are new to the world of HPC August 17-19, 2011 in Manno.

The school will cover topics such as the principles of parallel programming, distributed memory programming with MPI, shared memory programming using OpenMP, hybrid programming with MPI/OpenMP and performance tools for parallel applications, as well as some advanced topics. The purpose of the summer school is to teach programming skills and therefore a large proportion of the course will be dedicated to practical exercises.

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  1. Founded in 1991, CSCS, the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, develops and promotes technical and scientific services for the Swiss research community in the fields of high-performance computing.

  2. the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre, develops and promotes technical and scientific services for the Swiss research community in the fields of high-performance computing

  3. The purpose of the summer school is to teach programming skills and therefore a large proportion of the course will be dedicated to practical exercises.

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