CSCS will gradually introduce SLURM as batch queuing system instead of PBS PRO. In the next video Neil Stringfellow (CSCS) gives an introduction to SLURM explaining its usage and the most important commands. For different video formats (quicktime and iPhone) click here.
CSCS announces a 2 and half-day intensive course focused on multi-threaded programming, tuning and optimization and multi-threaded libraries on massively parallel processing (MPP) systems that are composed of multi-core processors. Intensive Course on Multi-threaded Programming, Tuning and Optimization on Multi-core MPP Platforms — February 15-17 The workshop will start with a half day introduction into […]
We continue our short series of reports from the SC11 conference based on the input of our colleague Will Sawyer. This posting is dedicated to advanced topics in heterogeneous programming with OpenCL Trying to find out whether OpenCL is the right horse to bet on, we attended Advanced Topics in Heterogeneous Programming with OpenCL, given […]
We start a short series of reports from the SC11 conference (thanks to Will Sawyer of CSCS for sharing with us his experiences). The first episode is dedicated to an Introduction to OpenCL given by Benedict Gaster (AMD) and Tim Mattson (Intel). General impressions: the architecture and programming model seems cleaner than CUDA, e.g., the […]
Vincent Keller and Ralf Gruber from EPF Lausanne just published a book Titled “HPC@Green IT – Green High Performance Computing Methods” (Springer). An interview with the two authors has already been published by hpcwire. hpc-ch additionally interviewed Vincent and Ralf about the “Swiss” aspects of their book.