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InfiniBand, Omni-Path, and High-Speed Ethernet: Advanced Features, Challenges in Designing, HEC Systems and Usage

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As InfiniBand (IB), Omni-Path, and High-Speed Ethernet (HSE) technologies mature, they are being used to design and deploy various High-End Computing (HEC) systems: HPC clusters with GPGPUs and Xeon Phis supporting MPI, Storage and Parallel File Systems, Cloud Computing systems with SR-IOV Virtualization, Grid Computing systems, and Deep Learning systems. These systems are bringing new challenges in terms of performance, scalability, portability, reliability and network congestion.

Lektor: 
Dhabaleswar K. Panda, Hari Subramoni (The Ohio State University)
Termín: 
Út, 23.01.2018 13:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Ne, 21.01.2018 23:45
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
intermediate-advanced
Jazyk: 
English

InfiniBand, Omni-Path, and High-Speed Ethernet for Dummies

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InfiniBand (IB), Omni-Path, and High-speed Ethernet (HSE) technologies are generating a lot of excitement toward building next generation High-End Computing (HEC) systems including clusters, datacenters, file systems, storage, cloud computing and Big Data (Hadoop, Spark, HBase, and Memcached) environments. RDMA over Converged Enhanced Ethernet (RoCE) technology is also emerging.

Lektor: 
Dhabaleswar K. Panda, Hari Subramoni (The Ohio State University)
Termín: 
Út, 23.01.2018 9:00
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Ne, 21.01.2018 23:45
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
beginner-intermediate
Jazyk: 
English

CFD simulations using OpenFOAM (PTC course)

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The course provides an introduction to the OpenFOAM open source package for CFD simulations on HPC infrastructure. The participants will be guided through basic geometry and mesh generation, physical modelling, visualization and parallel computation.

Purpose of the course (benefits for the attendees)

The course provides a tour around all fundamental parts of OpenFOAM. It is useful for new users and beginners in CFD simulations by using open source code.

Lektor: 
Tomáš Brzobohatý (IT4Innovations)
Termín: 
Čt, 14.12.2017 9:30 - Pá, 15.12.2017 15:00
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Pá, 01.12.2017 23:00
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
beginner
Jazyk: 
English

Productivity tools for High Performance Computing (PTC course)

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This HPC training aims to expand skills and knowledge in using productivity tools and technologies, to quickly build up an efficient HPC user environment, from scratch, without admin rights. We shall demonstrate tools and procedures tailored to the Salomon or Anselm clusters, however they are rapidly replicable on any HPC system.

In particular, our “Swiss knife” course will cover the following tools:

Lektor: 
Branislav Jansík, David Hrbáč, Josef Hrabal, Lukáš Krupčík, Lubomír Prda, Roman Slíva (IT4Innovations)
Termín: 
Po, 27.11.2017 9:30 - Út, 28.11.2017 15:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Út, 21.11.2017 23:00
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
intermediate-advanced
Jazyk: 
English

Creating Robust Software for Better Scientific Outcome

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Computational science and engineering communities develop complex applications to solve scientific and engineering challenges. These applications have many moving parts that need to interoperate with one another. The accuracy and reliability of results produced by the scientific software depends not only on the individual components behaving correctly, but also on the validity of their interactions. Therefore, a rigorous software process is a critical requirement for scientific productivity using such software.

Lektor: 
Anshu Dubey, Rinku Gupta (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
Termín: 
St, 04.10.2017 9:30 - Čt, 05.10.2017 15:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Pá, 29.09.2017 23:45
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
all levels
Jazyk: 
English

HPC for natural hazard assessment and disaster mitigation

Call for workshop participation

The Czech-Bavarian Competence Team for Supercomputing Applications (CzeBaCCA) invites all interested researchers to a workshop on exploiting high performance computing (HPC) for natural hazard assessment and disaster mitigation. Contributed presentations are welcome on all related topics, such as simulation of geological or metereological hazards, floods, wildfire, diseases or any other hazard to society.
Termín: 
St, 28.06.2017 13:00 - Pá, 30.06.2017 13:00
Místo: 
Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ), Munich, Germany

What you need to know about performance analysis using Intel tools

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Collecting and understanding performance and efficiency characteristics of applications is key for High Performance Computing. During this one day course with hands-on you will be equipped with advanced information about performance and efficiency metrics and how to easily obtain them using selected Intel tools. We will pick the pearls of each tool and advise you how to extract information about your application quickly and how to explain the extracted information for your application and target architecture.

Lektor: 
Georg Zitzlsberger (IT4Innovations)
Termín: 
St, 14.06.2017 9:00
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Po, 12.06.2017 23:00
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
advanced
Jazyk: 
English

Efficient HPC Development and Production with Allinea Tools

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Today's ever advancing technology platforms offer huge potential for completing faster and more advanced work but missing the vital warning signs of inefficient code behaviour will hinder your performance at any scale. Allinea tools are designed to help you get to the root causes of system crashes and bottlenecks quickly and in this workshop we will provide hands-on user advice for developing more robust code efficiently on Salmon.

Lektor: 
Florent Lebeau (Allinea, UK)
Termín: 
Čt, 27.04.2017 9:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Pá, 21.04.2017 23:00
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
beginner-intermediate
Jazyk: 
English

GASPI - Global Address Space Programming Interface

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In this tutorial we present an asynchronous data flow programming model for Partitioned Global Address Spaces (PGAS) as an alternative to the programming model of MPI. GASPI, which stands for Global Address Space Programming Interface, is a partitioned global address space API. The GASPI API is designed as a C/C++/Fortran library and focused on three key objectives: scalability, flexibility and fault tolerance.

Lektor: 
Christian Simmendinger (T-Systems Solutions for Research GmbH)
Termín: 
Čt, 02.03.2017 9:30 - Pá, 03.03.2017 16:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Út, 28.02.2017 23:30
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Úroveň: 
basic-intermediate
Jazyk: 
English

High Performance Computing in Atmosphere Modelling and Air Related Environmental Hazards

Call for workshop presentations and participation

The Czech-Bavarian Competence Team for Supercomputing Applications (CzeBaCCA) invites all interested researchers to a workshop on HPC in Atmosphere Modelling and Air Related Environmental Hazards.

Termín: 
Čt, 09.02.2017 9:00
Uzávěrka registrace: 
Po, 06.02.2017 23:45
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, IT4Innovations building (room 207), Studentská 6231/1B, Ostrava
Jazyk: 
English

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