NCI is Australia’s most highly integrated, high-performance research computing environment, built to deliver on national priorities and research excellence across the scientific disciplines.
In April 2018, a five day high-performance computing and data training course, the HPC Autumn Session, will be run on campus at The Australian National University.
The NCI HPC Autumn Session is designed as a springboard for postgraduate research students and experienced research staff who wish to learn more about NCI’s Raijin supercomputer and high-performance computing in general.
The Autumn Session will cover key topics including:
- NCI resources and services
- Linux essentials
- How to use Raijin, including the modules system and PBSPro job scripting
- How to access NCI Data Collections and use virtual infrastructure
- An introduction to parallel programming
- GPU programming essentials
More details and registration information can be found on the Eventbrite page.