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Overview of courses

HPC/V offers various courses on the subject of high-performance computing and visualization, aimed at researchers (and other interested parties) who lack some specific knowledge that could help them in their work, such as OpenGL or parallel programming. The courses generally last 1 or 2 days and are given on request.

Until further notification GRID and MPI courses will not take place.

As well as giving our own courses, we also provide regular courses in the student curriculum. We also (co)organize workshops like

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Beginners course Linux cluster on Peregrine

Some users handling big problems try to use pc's to solve them. For many of those the big Peregrine cluster of the university is much more suitable and possibly many times faster. For the people that want to investigate those possibilities our department organises a beginners course.

part of Gromacs MPI

Distributed Computing using MPI

This course is intended for people who need to modify their program so it can use parallel processing in the same way as systems like clusters or supercomputers. If you can read programs in C but your problem is so large that it takes too long on one processor, then this is the course for you.

Map of EGEE grid

Grid computing

This course teaches you everything you need to know to get started with grid computing. You will learn how to access the huge number of computers on the grid, how to compile and start a program, and how to use the enormous storage capacity of the grid. And all from the comfort of your own desktop. »
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