[Chicago] November meeting: Py 4 sci and supercomputing
samir at esamir.com
Mon Nov 9 18:12:43 CET 2009
So.. silly question.. but when is the actual date/time of the conference?
On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 10:27 PM, Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com> wrote:
> Chicao Python Users Group
> Come join us for our best meeting ever!
> 1. 7:00 Python for Scientific and High Performance Computing.
> 1. Python for Scientific and High Performance Computing.
> William R. Scullin (Argonne National Laboratory),
> Massimo Di Pierro (DePaul University),
> Nichols A. Romero (Argonne National Laboratory),
> James B. Snyder (Northwestern University)
> Python, a high-level portable multi-paradigm interpreted programming
> language is becoming increasingly popular with the scientific and HPC
> communities due to ease of use, large collection of modules,
> adaptability, and strong support from vendors and community alike.
> This tutorial provides an introduction to Python focused on HPC and
> scientific computing. Throughout, we provide concrete examples,
> hands-on examples, and links to additional sources of information. The
> result will be a clear sense of possibilities and best practices using
> Python in HPC environments. We will cover several key concepts:
> language basics, NumPy and SciPy, parallel programming, performance
> issues, integrating C and Fortran, basic visualization, large
> production codes, and finding resources. While it is impossible to
> address all libraries and application domains, at the end participants
> should be able to write a simple application making use of parallel
> programming techniques, visualize the output, and know how to
> confidently proceed with future projects with Python.
> DePaul University
> College of Computing and Digital Media
> Room 924
> 243 S Wabash Ave
> Chicago, IL 60604
> About the group
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> Meetings are held monthly at various locations around Chicago.
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