Articles tagged with: Training

[ May 6 2013 - 7:25 pm ]

Staff members from the OLCF recently made a trip to the West Coast to both attend and contribute to the world’s leading conference on GPUs.

[ Mar 25 2013 - 5:11 pm ]

Prospective Titan users gathered in Knoxville, Tennessee, February 19-21, for the East Coast Titan Users and Developers Workshop and Users Meeting.

[ Feb 27 2013 - 7:00 pm ]

The OLCF took high-performance computing training to the user for the first time when experts from ORNL traveled to California for the Titan Users and Developers Workshop.

[ Dec 17 2012 - 4:28 pm ]

The OLCF will hit the road in early 2013, taking its three-day Titan Users and Developers Workshop to NVIDIA headquarters in Santa Clara, California.

[ Oct 18 2012 - 7:07 am ]

The OLCF recently wrapped up its eight-week crash course in supercomputing for interns and employees at ORNL.

[ Sep 17 2012 - 10:16 am ]

The OLCF hosted a number of activities to this end this summer, including internships for college students and the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Summer Math-Science-Technology Institute for high school students.

[ Jul 16 2012 - 1:20 pm ]

The OLCF offered summer students, interns, and staff members the annual “Crash Course in Supercomputing,” a workshop held on the ORNL campus June 12 and 13.

[ Feb 27 2012 - 3:51 pm ]

ORNL is upgrading its Jaguar supercomputer to become Titan, a Cray XK6 that will be capable of 10 to 20 petaflops by early 2013. To prepare users for impending changes to the computer’s architecture, OLCF staff held a series of workshops January 23 through 27.

[ Sep 12 2011 - 3:42 pm ]

The Titan Summit workshop held August 15–17, 2011, covered the evolution to the next level of high-performance computational resources, enabling more groundbreaking research in climate, energy creation and storage, biology, chemistry, astrophysics, and materials.

[ Sep 12 2011 - 3:28 pm ]

The OLCF’s Rebecca Hartman-Baker and Adam Simpson added their expertise recently to a weeklong workshop designed to bring more chemistry faculty and students into the world of high-performance computing.