Jan
27
Wed
ALCF Developer Series: Running on ThetaGPU with NVIDIA HPC SDK
Jan 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

ALCF Developer Sessions Webinar Series

This webinar will cover the NVIDIA HPC SDK, a comprehensive, integrated suite of compilers, libraries, and tools for ThetaGPU and other NVIDIA HPC platforms. The SDK is equipped with new features that continue to open GPU computing to a wider audience of developers and users, including automatic acceleration and tensor core programmability in standard languages, and novel libraries for compute and communication. The webinar will be presented by Tim Costa, HPC Software Product Manager at NVIDIA.

Feb
10
Wed
Good Practices for Research Software Documentation
Feb 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The IDEAS Productivity project, in partnership with the DOE Computing Facilities of the ALCF, OLCF, and NERSC and the DOE Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has resumed the webinar series on Best Practices for HPC Software Developers, which we began in 2016.

As part of this series, we offer one-hour webinars on topics in scientific software development and high-performance computing, approximately once a month. The February webinar is titled Good Practices for Research Software Documentation, and will be presented by Stephan Druskat (Friedrich Schiller University Jena) and Sorrel Harriet (Leeds Trinity University). The webinar will take place on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET.

Abstract:

This webinar aims to introduce the importance of software documentation and the different approaches that may be taken at various stages, and on various levels, in the software development life cycle. Through the sharing of examples and stimulative questions, the speakers aim to encourage the audience to reflect on the relationship between documentation and process, and to make informed choices about when and how to document their software.

Apr
20
Tue
ALCF GPU Hackathon 2021
Apr 20 all-day

Argonne GPU Hackathon 2021

The Argonne GPU Hackathon is a multi-day event designed to help teams of three to six developers accelerate their own codes on GPUs using a programming model, or machine learning framework of their choice. Each team is assigned mentors for the duration of the event.

Dates

  • April 20, 27-29, 2021

Prerequisites

  • Teams are expected to be fluent with the code or project they bring to the event and motivated to make progress during the hackathon.
  • No advanced GPU skills required, but teams are expected to know the basics of GPU programming and profiling at the event. A collection of GPU lectures, tutorials, and labs are available for all participants at no fee.

See https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/argonne-gpu-hackathon-2021 for eligibility and more information.

Apr
27
Tue
ALCF GPU Hackathon 2021
Apr 27 all-day

Argonne GPU Hackathon 2021

The Argonne GPU Hackathon is a multi-day event designed to help teams of three to six developers accelerate their own codes on GPUs using a programming model, or machine learning framework of their choice. Each team is assigned mentors for the duration of the event.

Dates

  • April 20, 27-29, 2021

Prerequisites

  • Teams are expected to be fluent with the code or project they bring to the event and motivated to make progress during the hackathon.
  • No advanced GPU skills required, but teams are expected to know the basics of GPU programming and profiling at the event. A collection of GPU lectures, tutorials, and labs are available for all participants at no fee.

See https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/argonne-gpu-hackathon-2021 for eligibility and more information.

Apr
28
Wed
ALCF GPU Hackathon 2021
Apr 28 all-day

Argonne GPU Hackathon 2021

The Argonne GPU Hackathon is a multi-day event designed to help teams of three to six developers accelerate their own codes on GPUs using a programming model, or machine learning framework of their choice. Each team is assigned mentors for the duration of the event.

Dates

  • April 20, 27-29, 2021

Prerequisites

  • Teams are expected to be fluent with the code or project they bring to the event and motivated to make progress during the hackathon.
  • No advanced GPU skills required, but teams are expected to know the basics of GPU programming and profiling at the event. A collection of GPU lectures, tutorials, and labs are available for all participants at no fee.

See https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/argonne-gpu-hackathon-2021 for eligibility and more information.

Apr
29
Thu
ALCF GPU Hackathon 2021
Apr 29 all-day

Argonne GPU Hackathon 2021

The Argonne GPU Hackathon is a multi-day event designed to help teams of three to six developers accelerate their own codes on GPUs using a programming model, or machine learning framework of their choice. Each team is assigned mentors for the duration of the event.

Dates

  • April 20, 27-29, 2021

Prerequisites

  • Teams are expected to be fluent with the code or project they bring to the event and motivated to make progress during the hackathon.
  • No advanced GPU skills required, but teams are expected to know the basics of GPU programming and profiling at the event. A collection of GPU lectures, tutorials, and labs are available for all participants at no fee.

See https://www.gpuhackathons.org/index.php/event/argonne-gpu-hackathon-2021 for eligibility and more information.