The ECP SOLLVE project, which is working to evolve OpenMP for Exascale computing, invites you to participate in a new series of monthly telecons that will occur on the last Friday of every month. The next call in the series will take place on Friday, April 30th, between noon and 1:00 pm ET.
The deadline to apply for the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) has been extended to Friday, March 5, 2021 (midnight, Anywhere on Earth). Don't miss out on an opportunity to learn the latest supercomputing tools and techniques from some of the world's leading HPC experts. This year's program will be held August 1-13, 202
The multi-institutional nature of many science projects presents unique challenges to how scientific software can be effectively developed and maintained over the long term. The webinar will discuss such challenges and a set of best-practices that can be effective in producing impactful and trustworthy scientific software.
Variorum is a production-grade, open-source, vendor-neutral software infrastructure for exposing low-level control and monitoring of a system’s underlying hardware features. In this lecture series, the Variorum team will provide attendees the opportunity to learn everything necessary to start using Variorum to write portable power management code.
ECP is partnering with Kitware, ALCF, NERSC and OLCF to offer a 4 day CMake Training class on August 23-26. The training class will be virtual and will use computational resources available at NERSC for the exercises.
This presentation will provide an overview of buildtest,which is a HPC testing framework designed to help facilities develop and run tests to validate their system and software stack. The presentation will include a summary of Extreme-Scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) tests that are run at NERSC.
Many organizations abruptly transitioned to a primarily remote work experience last spring. However, organizations still have training needs that were once largely accomplished through in-person events. This panel will share their insights about lessons learned over the past year and how those experiences will inform plans moving forward.
This panel discussion held during SC21 explores strategies for working remotely, with emphasis on how teams in high-performance computing (HPC) can be effective and efficient in long-term hybrid settings, where some staff work remotely and others on site, or collaborate while geographically dispersed.
The webinar will discuss a set of existing and emerging tools for analyzing code, git, emails, issues, test results, and dependencies, with the long-term goal of improving development processes and enhancing developer productivity. The webinar will include analysis examples of ECP projects.
What does a “virtual internship” lack, and what changes to mentoring or onboarding must be made? In the ninth installment of the panel discussion series, seasoned scientists offer career advice for students and early career scientists on weathering a pandemic, time management, and how to adjust to long-term change.
This webinar shows a simple but practically relevant example of drastic performance differences when using HDF5.