Introduction to Singularity: Containers for High-Performance Computing (TSCC Workshop)

Presented on Thursday, February 12, 2019, by Marty Kandes, Ph.D.

This bootcamp provides an introduction to running Singularity containers on the SDSC Triton Shared Compute Cluster (TSCC) for users currently using the TSCC and those who want to know more about running Singularity on the TSCC. SDSC's computational scientist Marty Kandes provides an in-depth review of the important issues pertaining to running Singularity in the TSCC high-performance ecosystem and includes several useful container examples for you to explore.

Training consists of a 1.5 hour presentation followed by a 2 hour Q&A/user support session, drop in users were welcome. 

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About the Instructor:

Marty Kandes, Ph.D., (SDSC | Computational and Data Science Research Specialist)

Marty Kandes is a Computational and Data Science Research Specialist in the High-Performance Computing User Services Group at SDSC. He currently helps manage user support for Comet — SDSC’s largest supercomputer. Marty obtained his Ph.D. in Computational Science in 2015 from the Computational Science Research Center at San Diego State University, where his research focused on studying quantum systems in rotating frames of reference through the use of numerical simulation. He also holds an M.S. in Physics from San Diego State University and B.S. degrees in both Applied Mathematics and Physics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His current research interests include problems in Bayesian statistics, combinatorial optimization, nonlinear dynamical systems, and numerical partial differential equations.

For more training info see:  Training for Advanced Computing Users