This is a beginner level HPC workshop where you will learn how to access and use your domain-specific applications on our CCS HPC resources that are available to you.
Please register here for the sessions you wish to attend, and then complete the Survey Monkey questionnaire so that we can create a Pegasus account for you. Whether you have a Pegasus account or not, PLEASE NOTE that your registration will not be complete until you submit the Survey Monkey questionnaire (it's only three questions!).
Please bring your own laptop. The workshop is over three days:
Day 1 is Thursday April 25th, 9:00 – 12:00. Max capacity 25 students.
The only pre-requisite is for you to have a Pegasus account, which will be issued to you automatically at registration if you don’t already have one.
Day 1 will cover absolute basics of Unix/Linux, VPN, Putty, and the GNU nano editor. You need to be familiar with nano by Monday.
Day 2 is Monday April 29th, 10:00 – 3:00 with a 1 hr lunch break in the middle. Max capacity 25 students.
Pre-requisites are a working knowledge of nano and a Pegasus account.
Day 2 will cover CCS resources and how they work (multiuser processes, queuing, batching, …), and further Unix as relevant to access of and ease of use of CCS HPC resources.
Day 3 is Tuesday April 30th, five 2-hour breakout sessions between 9:30 – 5:30. Max capacity 25 students per breakout session.
Pre-requisites are knowledge of nano, a Pegasus account, and a working knowledge of Unix as relevant to how CCS HPC resources work.
Breakout sessions will be held on CESM, WRF, HYCOM, and ROMS.