OpenMP.org has posted the slides and audio from a day-long tutorial on Hybrid MPI and OpenMP Parallel Programming from SC13.
“There’s no limit on how much gear or what type of hardware teams can bring to the competition. But there’s a catch: whatever they run can’t consume more than 3,000 watts at whatever volts and amps are customary in that location. In the US, the limit is 26 amps (26*115 volts = 3000 watts.) At the ISC’13 competition in Germany, the limit will be 13 amps (13*230 volts = 3,000 watts.) The same 3,000-watt limit also applies to the upcoming ASC competition in Shanghai.”
The NSF’s Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship Program is seeking graduate students from across the country to immerse themselves in a year of focused HPC research.
As a teacher, I’m teaching so that my student’s live can change. So, has SC helped me? Yes. It’s helped me become a better teacher.
Today Mellanox launched its Online Academy and certification platform for data center IT professionals seeking to further enhance and manage InfiniBand- and Ethernet-based networks.
NAG announced that that over 2000 attendees have now benefitted from the company’s highly rated HPC training courses in the UK. In its efforts to address the HPC skills for the scientific computing community, NAG has operated the UK’s national CSE Support Service as a core part of the HECToR supercomputing service since 2006.