Registration for this year’s SciDAC (Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing) 2011 tutorials is now open. Students, faculty, and researchers in the engineering, applied math, and science disciplines with large computational requirements will be interested in this day of free presentations by leading researchers.
For the last four years the SciDAC Tutorials day has leveraged the expertise of the SciDAC researchers gathered at the main meeting by asking them to stay an extra day and present HPC, domain science, and applied math tutorials to a mostly local audience of students and researchers from nearby universities and industries.
The tutorials span a wide range of subjects in scientific computing and focus on bringing the benefits of DOE's investment in SciDAC to new researchers in academia and industry. This is a great venue to learn how to parallelize your current computational efforts, to improve your code by implementing the latest computing algorithms and methods, or to learn about the latest HPC tools through hands on practice.
This year, tutorial day will be Friday, July 15. The University of Colorado, Denver, has offered to provide classrooms and AV gear. The UCD campus is a short walk from the main conference site (The Brown Palace). There are several tracks in half or full day formats. There is no fee to attend.
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