Training for Advanced Computing Users

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.

Upcoming Training

  • Oct27-282020

    NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute 2020

    NVIDIA GPUs are among the world’s fastest and most efficient accelerators delivering world record performance on both HPC and AI workloads. NVIDIA provides optimized software stacks, development tools, and libraries through CUDA-X that can be leveraged directly through CUDA C/C++ programming or through high-level programming languages like OpenACC.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Oct292020

    Comet to Expanse Transition Tutorial

    This tutorial is intended for all current users of Comet who intend to make the transition to Expanse. Topics will include an overview of the system, batch job submission, modules, compilation, job charging, basic optimization, interactive computing and data transfer.

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Nov9-192020

    SC20

    Bring your passion and energy for HPC to SC20 in Atlanta, where together, we can be more than HPC! HPC is the underpinning for many of today’s most exciting new research areas, from machine learning to artificial intelligence to quantum computing. Working with science teams across disciplines, we are finding new ways to fight disease, combat poverty and homelessness, grow heartier crops, and better predict natural disasters. Join SDSC at booth 1131!

    This event will be held remotely.

  • Nov-Dec30-42020

    2020 Gateway Focus Week - Applications Now Open!

    This next 5-day Gateway Focus Week workshop provides another opportunity for participants to learn how to create a sustainability plan for their software or website project. Visit the Science Gateways Community Institute’s site to stay updated on event location and further details.

    Location: La Jolla, CA and remote

  • Dec102020

    Expanse Webinar: Running Jupyter Notebooks on Expanse

    In this webinar, we will present SDSC’s multitiered approach to running notebooks more securely: hosting Jupyter services on Expanse using SSH Tunneling or using the SDSC Jupyter Reverse Proxy Service (JRPS), which connects the user over an HTTPS connection. The JRPS will launch a batch script that creates a securely hosted HTTPS access point for the user, resulting in a safer, more secure notebook environment.

    This event will be held remotely.

Past Training