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2nd Annual LONI HPC Parallel Programming Workshop

Title Date Times Venue
2nd Annual LONI HPC Parallel Programming Workshop June 10 - 12 2013 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM 307 Frey CSC

HPC@LSU will hold a Parallel Programming Workshop on June 10 - 12 in 307 Frey Computing Services Center at LSU in Baton Rouge.

This workshop will first introduce users to the concepts of Parallel Programming, then cover how those concepts apply to solving problems frequently encountered in numerical studies such as matrix-matrix multiplication, using various parallel programming techniques such as OpenMP, OpenACC and MPI. It will target both the CPU and GPU architecture. This workshop will be hands-on oriented, so the attendants should have prior knowledge on programming.

Schedule

Tentative Schedule subject to change

Travel

There are limited travel funds available for attending the Symposium and Workshops. All participants traveling to Baton Rouge for attending the Symposium and Workshops will be considered for travel awards provided:

  • Register for the Symposium and Workshop,
  • To be considered for a travel award, please upload a one or two paragraph proposal (in pdf/doc format) describing why a travel award is beneficial to your research for attending the workshop and
  • submit an abstract for poster or oral presentation (if attending Symposium) by May 27th, 2013.

If you are attending both the LONI Programming and Scientific Visualization Workshops, you can upload one combined proposal. Make a note in the proposal that you are requesting travel support for both workshops.

Priority will be given first to participants who are presenting (poster or oral) at the Symposium and then to participants who are attending the workshops held preceeding and following the symposium.

Requesting Travel Award

Please upload an one or two paragraph proposal in the field provided by Noon on May 27, 2013,
Accepted formats are .pdf, .doc, .docx and .odt.
Files should have the naming convention travel_lastname_firstname.extension.
Your proposal should contain a title (could be as simple as Travel Proposal for LONI Workshop), your name and institution. Use the Symposium abstract template if you need. All proposals without a name, institution and travel in filename will be rejected.
Maximum file size is 2MB.
Click here to upload travel proposal

Sponsors

Special thanks to the following for their generous support of the LONI Programming Workshop and HPC User Symposium.

  • Board of Regents, State of Louisiana
  • Information Technology Services, Louisiana State University
  • Center for Computation and Technology, Louisiana State University
  • Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (LONI)

Registration

Registration deadline: Noon on May 27, 2013.
Please complete the registration form below. After you submit your registration, you will receive an email to fill out a survey.

Registration Closed