• 11/11/18 - 11/16/18SC18 - The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and AnalysisJOIN US IN BOOTH 3013 at SC18 to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis.  Dallas, TX
  • 11/27/18Webinar: Introduction to Running Jobs on CometThis webinar covers the basics of accessing the SDSC Comet supercomputer, managing the user environment, compiling and running jobs on Comet, where to run them, and how to run batch jobs. It is assumed that you have mastered the basics skills of logging onto Comet and running basic Unix commands. The webinar will include access to training material.
  • 12/4/18CENI 2018 Tomorrow's Ai TodayCenter for Engineered Natural Intelligence (CENI): Machine Learning and Neuroscience. CombinedWe leverage neurobiological and neurophysiological principles to develop mathematical models and algorithms that push the boundaries of machine learning and artificial intelligence.  CENI conference is offered in cooperation with Data West. UC San Diego Calit2 - Atkinson Auditorium
  • 12/5/18 - 12/6/18SDSC's Annual Data West Forum: A Forum on Data Discovery and Industry ApplicationIn its third year, Data West has developed a reputation for gathering diverse thought leaders, technologists, data scientists and senior general management to address some of industry’s most complex problems. The conference is designed to provoke, further and improve decisions taken in the real world. The hosts for Data West are SDSC’s Center for Large Scale Data Systems (CLDS) and Data Science Hub Business Exchange (DSH BX).  Offered in partnership with CENI2018.SDSC and Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine, La Jolla, CA
  • 12/11/18Webinar: Understanding Performance and Obtaining Hardware InformationWhen is optimization 'good enough'? This webinar will help you apply basic concepts of performance optimization using a range of tools made available in the Comet development environment. After attending this webinar you should be able to demonstrate both conceptual and practical understanding of most optimization and tuning options at your disposal. You will understand concepts such as data locality, memory hierarchy, reproducability, and you will have a practical understanding of tools such as diff, grep, awk, sed, head, and tail and methods such as loop fusion, splitting, peeling, unrolling, and blocking.