HPC Symposium 2011

Sixth Annual HPC Workshop

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14-15 April 2011 - Lehigh University - Bethlehem, PA


This schedule is tentative, so please check back regularly.

Day 1 - Thursday, April 14, 2011

Lehigh University in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center are pleased to offer a full day of High Performance Computing instruction. Participants will receive a comprehensive introduction to current scientific computing techniques, including a hands-on introduction to distributed computing with MPI. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center instructors will cover all of the significant computing paradigms such as GPGPU computing and new parallel languages. Students will learn the most popular and effective technique, MPI programming, in detail, followed by hands-on exercises and real problems. Participants are encouraged to bring their own code(s) and seek advice from the instructors. Walk away with the tools necessary to take advantage of the parallel computing facilities available to you at Lehigh. Practical knowledge of C or Fortran is required.

The first day will take place in Rauch Business Center, Room 051.

Time Event
9AM - 10AM Intro To Parallel Computing
10AM- 11:30AM MPI Basics
11:30AM - Noon Intro to PSC/Blacklight
Noon - 1PM Lunch
1PM - 2:30PM Exercises
2:30PM - 3:30PM Outro
3:30PM - 4:30PM Laplace Example

Day 2 - Friday, April 15, 2011

Time Event Location
9 AM - 10 AM
Session 1
Chair: Ted Ralphs

Linderman Library, Room 200
10AM - 10:30AM Break 30 minutes Linderman Library, Room 200
10:30 AM - 12 PM
Session 2

Jeremy Hylton, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Google, New York

Linderman Library, Room 200
12 PM - 1 PM Lunch University Center, Room 303
1 PM - 2:15 PM
Russ Miller (Distinguished Professor, University at Buffalo)
High-Performance Computing -> Discovery & Innovation
Linderman Library, Room 200
2:15PM - 2:30PM Break 15 minutes Linderman Library, Room 200
2:30 PM - 4:30PM
Session 3
Chair: Brian Chen

Yana Bromberg, Rutgers University, Dept. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Identifying protein functional sites using in silico mutagenesis.

Linderman Library, Room 200

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