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Call for Application of attendance for Cyprus Advanced HPC Workshop Winter 2012

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There is a small number of remaining posts available to attend a 3-day workshop starting on February 6th 2012, at the Cyprus Institute, with hands-on guidance for participants in preparing their project for HPC usage. Beginning in January 2012, the resources of the LinkSCEEM-2 project will be enhanced by the Cy-Tera GPU-accelerated HPC system, capable of ~35 TFlops/s peak performance, making this a golden opportunity to prepare to use this resource.

The Advanced HPC Workshop in Cyprus will focus on areas directly relevant to the applicants interests and address topics such as:

 

  1. General material relating to the LinkSCEEM-2 systems
  2. Parallel training sessions in selected areas targeted to the participants interests.

 

Initial suggestions include:

  1. Computational fluid dynamics (featured software: OpenFOAM)
  2. Graph partitioning (featured software: metis/parmetis)
  3. Kernel development for application porting (featured software: CUDA / OpenCL)
  4. Molecular Dynamics (featured software: GROMACS)
  5. Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (MrBayes & RAxML)

Priority will be given to suitable candidates who:

  1. wish to implement a specific scientific project, and
  2. can highlight how the HPC resources of LinkSCEEM and/or Cy-Tera can help them achieve their goals. 

The short application form for these fellowships can be found at the following link, please fill-in by latest 28/12/2011.

More information can be found here and via e-mail ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

The Advanced HPC Workshop in Cyprus will focus on areas directly relevant to the applicants interests and address topics such as:

    *   General material relating to the LinkSCEEM-2 systems

    *   Parallel training sessions in selected areas targeted to the

participants interests.

         Initial suggestions include:

          * Computational fluid dynamics (OpenFOAM)

        * Graph partitioning (metis/parmetis)

          * Kernel development for application porting (CUDA)

          * Additional suggestions from fellowship applicants

             can be made during the application process.

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