2017 Scaling to Petascale Institute
Scaling to Petascale Institute, a collaborative effort to prepare participants to scale simulations and data analytics programs to petascale-class computing systems, will be held June 26-30, 2017. Students, postdocs, scientists and researchers who are interested in high performance computing are invited to attend.
Argonne and the University of Chicago serve as two of the 20 host sites for the Institute, a free weeklong institute taking place nationwide at universities and research centers, and via webcast on YouTube live.
Participants must register to attend at one of the host sites or to view the sessions on YouTube. For details, visit the event website.
Register to attend at Argonne. Non-U.S. citizens must register by Friday, June 2, to allow time for processing gate passes for entry; registration deadline for U.S. citizens and Argonne employees is Monday, June 12. Registration is limited to 60 participants.
Note: This year, the institute will host the “Parallel Programming with MPI” tutorials on Monday, June 26, at Argonne National Laboratory, Bldg. 240 TCS Conference Center. This session is open to the public. For details on the MPI tutorials and to RSVP visit the Argonne MPI webpage.
Scaling to Petascale Institute at Argonne
The weeklong agenda features senior researchers from the Mathematics and Computer Science Division as well as researchers from other labs and universities, and special keynote speaker Paul Messina (CLS), Exascale Computing Project Director. The institute aims to train a broad range of scientists and researchers on large-scale high performance computing.