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Now available anytime, as an asynchronous learning module.
Registration for the HPC Workshop is available through REPORTER. The class content will be delivered with Moodle.
The workshop starts with a review of basic Linux and continues through submitting parallel jobs. It is appropriate for rank beginners, but also relevant to long time users who would benefit from an update on current best practices.
Although this is a self-paced module with no deadlines, it was developed to be completed as a 3 day module. Best practice is to set aside three days to focus on the material. The total time commitment for the workshop is expected to be 3-5 hours depending on the user's beginning familiarity with Linux and the command line.
Users will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.
For a personal consultation on best compute practices for scientific modeling, optimization of workflows, advice on optimization, parallelization, or debugging, or any other issues, email email@example.com with a brief description of an agenda along with proposed scheduling dates. Consultations will be available via Google Meet or Zoom conferencing.
In collaboration with OIT and College of Sciences IT, the NC State University Libraries has launched an interest group and event series focused on research computing. Please share this announcement with others who might be interested in joining this group.
This group consists of NC State faculty, staff, and students who are using bioinformatics software. It will be used to organize and announce meetings and for users to exchange information and advice on using various bioinformatics applications. Please share this announcement with others who might be interested in joining this group.
HPC users from across campus learn about research computing projects both within and outside of their domain as well as share their HPC tricks and techniques.
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