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Monday, October 08
OLCF New Users TrainingMultiple speakers, multiple disciplines, ORNL
Oak Ridge Leadership Computational Facility Training Sessions
8:00 AM — 5:00 PM, Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (5100), Auditorium (Room 128)
Contact: Fernanda Foertter (firstname.lastname@example.org ), 865.576.9391
AbstractThe Oak Ridge Leadership Computational Facility (OLCF) invites you to visit the most powerful computing complex in the world in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for the Fall New User Training being conducted on October 8th, 2012. The goal of this training event is to provide introductory material to users who have little previous experience with the OLCF. Topics will include basic utilization of the Oak Ridge leadership-class resources. Experts from the OLCF will also be on hand to assist you and answer your questions on high-performance computing at the Oak Ridge complex.
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In addition, you are invited to stay and participate in a two- day Cray Technical Workshop on XK6 Programming on October 9-10.
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ORNL and Cray will be hosting the workshop with the intent of bringing together users of XK6 systems around the world and share experiences. In addition to user talks, we will have expert panels covering programming models for the XK6 including OpenACC, Cuda, OpenCL, Cuda Fortran, etc.
Attendance for both events will be limited to 75 people, so please sign up early. Foreign nationals will need to submit visitor requests six weeks prior to the event.
Both events will be simultaneously webcast for those who are unable to attend in person.
Registration is required for both events. Please indicate if you intend to participate in person or via webcast on the registration form.