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Autumn Academy for High Performance Computing

The HPC Short Courses Consortium wishes to announce the second

Autumn Academy for High Performance Computing
September 10-21, 2012
in Cambridge

The Academy is an intensive two-week course designed to enable
new research workers to start modifying and developing effective
and efficient code for applications in High Performance Computing.

Who should attend?
The Autumn Academy has been designed for new Phd students who's
research will be in any area of Scientific Computing, although
we also welcome applications from more experienced researchers.

Please consider recommending this to students you will have starting in

What is covered?
The Academy will lead students through programming (C or Fortran)
parallel programming (OpenMP and MPI) program profiling and
optimisation, and common numerical analysis methods. Teaching
will take place through a mix of lectures and hands-on practicals
using both local and national HPC facilities.

Further information
can be found at http://www.hpc-sc.ac.uk/courses/academy

Applications and Deadlines
should be submitted via the web site by July 2nd

The HPC short Courses Consortium is a group of 12 UK Universities
and the STFC Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus, and was
formed in response to an EPSRC call to provide advanced short
course training in HPC. The Consortium will also be organising a
programme of courses on more advanced HPC topics. More information
is available from the above web site.

The major sponsor for the academy is the EPSRC