NERSC Training Events
Also see the NERSC Events Calendar.
March 26-28, 2012 &
April 10-12, 2012 Fortran 2003 explicitly supports object-oriented programming (OOP). OOP aims to increase a program's maintainability in part by reducing cross-module data dependencies and to increase a program's reusability in part by providing for extensible derived types. Emerging compiler support for Fortran 2003 inspires a more modern program design and implementation style. This course provides the requisite skills. Read More »
March 28-29, 2012
NERSC will be hosting a free two-day Software Carpentry Boot Camp on March 28-29 to introduce scientists to skills and tools that will allow them to use computing more efficiently. The workshop will cover the core skills a researcher needs to know in order to be productive in a small team, and will be followed by four to eight weeks of self-spaced online learning. Read More »
Richard Gerber & Shane Canon, NERSC: Using NERSC for the Joint Genome Institute Read More »
February 7-8, 2011 This workshop in Oakland, CA, is aimed at both new and intermediate users of the Cray X line of supercomputers. It is intended for those who already have some High Performance Computing experience. It includes an introduction to using modern supercomputers with an emphasis on the Cray XE6, including an introduction to thread programming with OpenMP, and Intermediate instruction on effective and efficient use of the Cray XE6. Read More »