The Train the Trainer Program is provided in conjunction with the regular course Parallel Programming Workshop (MPI, OpenMP and Advanced Topics). Whereas the regular course teaches parallel programming, this program is designed to train future trainers in parallel programming.
Too few people can offer parallel programming courses at the level needed by scientists and PhD students who want to learn how to parallelize a sequential application or to improve parallel applications. Within Europe, only a few HPC centers provide such courses at European or national level. We would like to support additional trainers and centers to also deliver such courses throughout Europe or at least in their own countries.
HLRS, University of Stuttgart Nobelstraße 19 70569 Stuttgart, Germany Room 0.439 / Rühle Saal Location and nearby accommodations
16. Okt 2023
20. Okt 2023
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You are familiar with parallel programming with MPI and OpenMP on an advanced level and skilled in both programming languages C and Fortran (or Python for the MPI part).
Your goal: You want to provide MPI and OpenMP courses for other scientists and PhD students in your country, i.e., you would like to provide at least the first three days of the regular course as a training block-course to PhD students.
Background: (a) Your centre supports you to provide such PhD courses in a course room at your centre. The course room is equipped at least with one computer/laptop per two (or three) students and has access to an HPC resource that allows MPI and OpenMP programming in C and Fortran. To this purpose, a center may send two or three TtT participants together to this course. Additionally, you may have already participated as a regular participant in one of our other courses, so that you are already familiar with all the exercises. Or (b), you as a future trainer would like to co-operate with a centre with the necessary course infrastructure in your country.
What does this Train the Trainer Program provide?
The Train the Trainer Program includes the curriculum from Monday until Friday according the course agenda. The Train the Trainer Program starts on Monday with a short introductory meeting at 8:15 am. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday we will have a short review/discussion meeting after the course. On Thursday evening we will have an additional meeting and dinner for all participants of this TtT program. On Friday, we will wrap up with a short review at the end (17:00-17:30).
Dr. Rolf Rabenseifner
This course provides scientific training in Computational Science for the future trainers.
Besides the content of the training itself, another important aspect of this event is the scientific exchange among the participants. We try to facilitate such communication by
Please be informed that recomendations according to the Occupational Safety and Health Measures of the University of Stuttgart at the time of event and additional rules might be applied.
Register via the button at the top of this page and complete the "required application letter" as explained below.
Registration closes on September 25, 2023 (extended registration phase).
Link to the EU and EU-associated (Horizon Europe), and PRACE countries.
Our course fees include coffee breaks (in classroom courses only).
Khatuna Kakhiani phone 0711 685 65796, khatuna.kakhiani(at)hlrs.de
Maksym Deliyergiyev phone 0711 685 87261, maksym.deliyergiyev(at)hlrs.de
HLRS is part of the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS), together with JSC in Jülich and LRZ in Garching near Munich. EuroCC@GCS is the German National Competence Centre (NCC) for High-Performance Computing. HLRS is also a member of the Baden-Württemberg initiative bwHPC.
This course is provided within the framework of the bwHPC training program.
https://www.hlrs.de/training/2023/TtT and https://www.hlrs.de/training/2023/PAR
See the training overview and the Supercomputing Academy pages.
Oktober 13, 2023
November 17, 2023
Hybrid Event - Stuttgart, Germany
Online by JSC
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