Whether you’re a new ALCF user, a seasoned pro, or somewhere in between, the ALCF’s 2012 Winter Workshop has something for users of all experience levels. Plus, based on your feedback, this year’s workshop will feature agenda topics you pick when you register!
New and Beginning Users: Your workshop begins on Monday (January 23) with an ALCF “primer” to give you all the information you need to get started on ALCF resources. Then, stay for Days 2-4 for topics of interest to all users, including the “User Directed” portion of the workshop we’ll build from the input you provide about your interests when you register.
Experienced and Advanced Users: The “basics” are covered on Monday, so decide if you want to come for Day 1, or join us starting Day 2 (Tuesday, January 24) for three full days of topics geared just for you, including our “User Directed” portion of the workshop, with agenda content built from the input you give us when you register.
NEW! User-Directed Workshop Content: When you register for the ALCF’s 2012 Winter Workshop, you’ll help determine the workshop content by selecting from a list of 35 topics, including:
- Transitioning from Blue Gene/P to Blue Gene/Q
- Effective Job Submission Strategies
- Code Optimization Examples: What worked, what didn’t?
- Introduction to OpenMP
- Utilizing Unique Features of the Blue Gene
…and 30 other topics of interest to users at all levels!
Space is limited! Register today by visiting our 2012 Winter Workshop registration page.
Due to space limitations, registration acceptance may be contingent upon a review of your research project objectives.
Non-U.S. citizen, please register promptly to allow for the additional processing time your registration requires.