High Performance Computing using Spartan

Learn the basics of High Performance Computing.

High Performance Computing is the best solution for processing ‘big data’ problems.

This introductory course is designed to cater for a wide range of computer skill sets, providing an introduction to HPC architecture, the Linux environment, secure file transfers, file editing and manipulation, environment modules, and the Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management (SLURM) for job submission.

Application examples will illustrate the use of job submission for single-core, multi-ore, and multi-node jobs on the University’s general purpose HPC system, Spartan.

This course is FREE. To attend you must be from an AAF institution (this includes University of Melbourne and surrounding institutes).

Duration: 7 hours

Format: 1 day intensive or 2

Frequency: Quarterly

Notes: Bring your own computer


Lev, Lead Trainer in HPC

Lev Lafayette, Lead Trainer for everything related to High Performance Computing, Spartan, Linux shell scripting and parallel programming