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Note: attendance is free for all courses delivered by the RSE team. These are open to all staff and students at Warwick or other universities in the HPC Midlands+ consortium, however, accomodation, subsistence and travel is not provided for. See here for information about travelling to the University of Warwick.

Courses run by IT Services at Warwick (ITS) are only available to university staff and students.

Space is sometimes limited, so please do follow the links under 'More Information' to sign-up, and contact rse{at}warwick.ac.uk if you find you can no longer attend.

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Intermediate MPI

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Location: A0.01 Zeeman

MPI Parallel programming is widely used in High Performance Computing to run programs on many processors. This session follows on from either an Undergrad course such as PX425 High Performance Computing in Physics or the Warwick RSE Introduction to MPI (December 2018) or equivalent.

This practical course is aimed at those who need to write MPI programs as part of their research. It will cover custom MPI types, invaluable for array handling in C and very useful in many circumstances, as well as non-blocking MPI and some other small topics beyond the basics.
To benefit from this course, you MUST be able to write programs in Fortran and/or C, and have written working MPI programs. If you've never written MPI programs, we recommend our Introduction to MPI, run every December. If you are unsure try our decider page.
We will provide lunch for this course - please email rse{at}warwick.ac.uk with any special dietary requirements.
For PhD Students, find us on SkillsForge (RSE4, Intermediate MPI) and your attendance will be logged. For everybody else, signup here.

In A0.01 (Zeeman building).

Tags: HPC MPI Intermediate

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