OLCF Events Calendar

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May 2018

2018 OLCF User Meeting

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) is pleased to announce the 2018 OLCF User Meeting will be held May 15-17 at Oak Ridge National Lab in Oak Ridge, TN. The purpose of the annual user meeting is to share selected computational science and engineering achievements emerging from OLCF’s user programs, to enable direct interactions among users, advance OLCF’s relationships with our user community, and highlight computational requirements for the future.
15 May - 17 May
08:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Bldg. 5200, Tennessee A, B, & C
Oak Ridge, TN
June 2018

Introduction to Summit – Webinar

In this webinar, we will cover the basic topics new users will need to get up and running on Summit. We will give a broad overview of available features and the details necessary to submit and run jobs.
01 Jun
01:00 PM - 04:30 PM
Remote Participation Only

2019 INCITE Call for Proposals Webinar

Tthe INCITE program invites you to participate in an INCITE Proposal Writing Webinar. Free and open to the public, the webinars will provide both prospective and returning users the opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance on how to write an effective INCITE proposal.
07 Jun
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Bldg. 5100, Room 134

Introduction to HPC

The OLCF will host an Introduction to High Performance Computing workshop on June 26-28, 2018. This training will cover basic skills, such as UNIX and vim text editor, before moving on to parallel programming and GPU computing.
26 Jun - 28 Jun
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
JICS Auditorium, Building 5100
1 Bethel Valley Roak
July 2018

Performance Portability with Kokkos (2018)

The OLCF will host a Kokkos training event organized by the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) on July 24-27, 2018. This training will cover the minimum required topics to get your application started on using Kokkos.
24 Jul - 27 Jul
Building 8600, C156
Building 8600, C156
October 2018

2018 GPU Hackathons

General-purpose Graphics Processing Units (GPGPUs) potentially offer exceptionally high memory bandwidth and performance for a wide range of applications. The challenge in utilizing such accelerators has been learning how to program them. These hackathons are intended to help overcome this challenge for new GPU programmers and also to help existing GPU programmers to further optimize their applications. Any and all GPU programming paradigms are welcome.
22 Oct - 26 Oct
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