Titan Users and Developers Workshop (West Coast)
The Oak Ridge Leadership Computational Facility (OLCF) invites you to Santa Clara, CA, for the Titan Users and Developers Workshop (West Coast) being conducted on January 29-31, 2013. The goal of this three day event is to provide intense hands-on training to Titan users and developers. Topics will cover everything you need to run on Titan from basic utilization of the Oak Ridge leadership-class resources, to advanced GPGPU programming techniques.
Sessions are organized by increasing expertise from basic access and best practices, to parallelization techniques and accelerator programming models for Titan. Topics also include Parallelization and debugging techniques, Scientific Libraries, OpenACC, Cuda, OpenCL, Cuda Fortran, etc. Experts from the OLCF will also be on hand to assist you and answer your questions on high-performance computing. Attendance to all three days is highly encouraged.
On-site registration for this event is limited to 50 people, on a first-come first-serve basis. Due to recent travel restrictions, we must limit attendance to 30 DOE funded individuals. Please register early to secure a spot! If you are unable to attend this workshop, please consider attending our East Coast Training event (Feb 19-21) being held in Knoxville, TN. All training sessions are simultaneously webcast via WebEx.
The workshop will be held at Nvidia Corporate Headquarters, 2701 San Tomas Expressway, Santa Clara, CA 95050. The training will take place in building E on the South side of the building. You will pick up your badges at the registration desk. Please remember to bring photo ID and business card.[tab: Agenda]
|9:00 AM||OLCF Overview||Bill Renaud|
|9:45 AM||Storage at OLCF||Mitch Griffith|
|10:30 AM||Titan Architecture 1||Jeff Larkin|
|11:30 AM||Cray_Programming_Environment for XE/XK7 Systems||Heidi Poxon|
|1:30 PM||OLCF Best Practices||Bill Renaud|
|2:30 PM||Hands on Lab 1: Running @OLCF||Bill Renaud|
|3:45 PM||Introduction_to_GPU_Computing||Jeff Larkin|
|4:15 PM||Introduction to OpenACC||Jeff Larkin|
|4:45 PM||Homework Assignment||Jeff Larkin|
|9:00 AM||Homework Review: Accelerator Tech||Jeff Larkin|
|9:30 AM||Introduction_to_GPU_Computing||Jeff Larkin|
|10:30 AM||GPU Performance Analysis and Optimization||Paulius Micikevicius|
|1:30 PM||Hands-On CUDA Optimization||Paulius Micikevicius|
|2:30 PM||MPI for Cray XE/XK7 Systems||Heidi Poxon|
|3:15 PM||Debugging on Titan||Nick Forrington|
|4:00 PM||Hands on Lab 3: Debugging on Titan||Nick Forrington|
|4:45 PM||Final Remarks||Bill Renaud|
|9:00 AM||Fast GPU Development with CUDA Libraries||Jeff Larkin|
|9:45 AM||Performance Measurement and Analysis Tools for the Cray XK System||Heidi Poxon|
|10:30 AM||Parallelization using Multiple GPUs on Titan||Michael Brown / Wayne Joubert|
|11:30 AM||Introduction to the Cray Accelerated Scientific_Libraries||Heidi Poxon|
|12:15 PM||Hands on Lab 4: Profiling and Sci Libs||Bill Renaud|
|1:30 PM||Porting LAMMPS to the Titan Supercomputer||Michael Brown|
|2:30 PM||Porting DENOVO to the Titan System
and TITAN Application Readiness at ORNL
|3:15 PM||Homework Review/Buffer||Bill Renaud|
|4:30 PM||(Survey Feedback)|
Registration is now closed.[tab:Hotel/Directions]
The Titan Users and Developers Workshop (West Coast) will be held at:
Nvidia Corporate Headquarters
2701 San Tomas Expressway
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Tel: 1+ (408) 486-2000
Fax: 1+ (408) 486-2200
Nvidia requires a photo ID and business card at registration.
Airport: San Jose International Airport (SJC)
The airport is five miles from Nvidia Corporate Headquarters.
Parking: Nvidia is blocking off a section of their parking lot next to the event space.
Taxi/Shuttle Service: Santa Clara Yellow Checker Cab (408) 773-1900 or Joy Shuttle, Bryan (408) 373-4766