[Beowulf] Best training for rusty HPC skills?

Jess Cannata jac67 at georgetown.edu
Mon Jun 23 17:21:24 EDT 2008


Greg,

I agree that SuperComputing is a great place to go to catch up on the 
latest technology. And yes, here at Georgetown University (not be 
confused with our neighbor George Washington University) we offer HPC 
training courses (www.gridswatch.com, Training). We have taught a fair 
number of Linux/Unix admins with HPC experience who just needed a 
refresher course. You can see the current offerings at

http://www.gridswatch.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=25&Itemid=16

We have several classes coming in the next few months on a variety of 
topics. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly.

Jess

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Jess Cannata
Advanced Research Computing
Georgetown University
202-687-3661


John Leidel wrote:
> I would definitely recommend heading to Supercomputing
> [http://sc08.supercomp.org/].  The SC education committee has also setup
> a program geared toward educators that holds seminars on specific
> subjects.  There are a few within driving distance of NY this summer. 
> http://sc08.sc-education.org/workshops/index.php
>
> George Washington University in DC has several training courses in HPC.
> I believe they also have an "official" certificate program as well. 
> http://www.gridswatch.com/
>
> For a broad series of topics, I suggest going through some of the
> training materials provided by Ohio Supercomputing.
> [ http://www.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/ ]
>
> Read the news: www.hpcwire.com && www.insidehpc.com
> [selfish plug on that one...]
> && www.clustermonkey.net
>
>
> cheers
> john 
>
> On Fri, 2008-06-20 at 15:53 -0400, Gregory R. Warnes, Ph.D. wrote:
>   
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I've just been appointed to head an acadmeic computing center, after  
>> an absence from  the HPC arena affor 10 years.  What conferences/ 
>> training/seminars/books/etc would be best for refreshing my awareness  
>> of the technologies and issues?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> -Greg
>>
>>     
>   
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