Advanced Computing Training

Training classes and workshops introduce new and current users to the high-performance computing, data, and visualization resources available at SDSC and provide the programming skills necessary to use SDSC resources effectively and efficiently. Workshops offer experienced users more in-depth instruction, including hands-on assistance with their own codes and collaborative discussions with other users and parallel computing experts.


  • Oct3-112023

    Fall 2023: Quarterly Mini-Workshop on HPC CI Onboarding for the UCSD Research Community

    The mini-workshop is designed to provide the UCSD research community with a streamlined pathway to swiftly engage with the Expanse cluster for their scientific endeavors. Collaboratively organized by Research IT and SDSC, this workshop series offers participants the opportunity to start using the Expanse cluster through the Campus Champions allocation, while benefiting from comprehensive training resources and expert guidance provided by SDSC.

    Location: SDSC Auditorium at UC San Diego and remote

  • Oct262023

    GPU Computing and Programming on Expanse

    This webinar gives a brief introduction to GPU computing and programming on Expanse. We will cover the GPU architecture, programming with the Nvidia CUDA Toolkit and HPC SDK via libraries, OpenACC compiler directives, and CUDA, and submitting GPU enabled jobs on Expanse.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Oct-Nov30-12023

    Gateways 2023

    Gateways 2023 is an opportunity for science gateways to showcase their ability to teach, empower and engage research, and provide technologies to various communities. It will also offer diverse options for sharing work and networking in the community. The format includes tutorial sessions, presentations, panels, posters, demos, and a BYOP - Bring Your Own Portal.

    Location: Pittsburgh, PA

  • Dec72023

    Interactive Computing on High Performance Computing Resources

    Interactive computing includes commonly used programs, such as word processors or spreadsheet applications running user devices (mobile phones, laptops). Interactive high-performance computing (HPC) involves real-time user inputs that result in actions being performed on HPC compute nodes. In this session we’ll present an overview of interactive computing tools and methods.

    This event will be held remotely.