This may be of interest to yt users who run their work on XSEDE resources.
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From: XSEDE User News <news(a)xsede.org>
Date: Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 7:04 AM
Subject: Update: HPC Python Training
This is an update of a previously posted message from XSEDE User News.
Categories: Training, Education & Outreach
Start time: 23 Jan, 2015 09:00 CST
End time: 23 Jan, 2015 12:00 CST
Posted Updates (most recent first)
Posted on 05 Jan, 2015 14:54 UTC by Jason Allison
Posted on 05 Jan, 2015 14:52 UTC by Jason Allison
January 23, 2015
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CDT
Texas Advanced Computing Center
J.J. Pickle Research Campus
10100 Burnet Rd.
Austin, TX 78758
You are welcome to attend this training class in-person or via webcast.
Registration closes at 5 p.m. CDT, January 19, 2015
This class provides intermediate users with and overview of intermediate
and advanced techniques for using Python on HPC environments. The lecture
will emphasize well known approaches for improving the performance of their
Python codes. The lecture will include an overview of when Python can be
used on HPC, an overview of numpy, matplotlib, SciPy and Cython, as well as
an introduction to the most common functionality of mpi4py.
Previous knowledge of Python is required since the course will not go into
specific details of Python syntax. Some knowledge of MPI is required as the
lecture will not go into specific details regarding MPI. Some familiarity
with C/C++ is also recommended for Cython.
The labs will be available for remote users. However, we will not be able
to assist remote users with problems during the lab. Remote users are
invited to submit their questions via email.
To register for this course please visit the XSEDE course calendar.
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