Making effective use of computing systems is challenging for users and scientific software engineers. In particular, PhD students and young researchers often struggle with the technical nature of the tools and environment that sustains their computer-aided research.
The scope of the summer school is the training of young researchers and software engineers in methods, tools, and theoretical knowledge to make effective use of HPC environments and help them to generate scientific insights. The school is supported by experts from international institutions that will be providing lectures and hands-on training on their field of expertise.
- Date: 23-28 August 2020
- Venue: University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus, Reading, UK, RG6 6UR
- Contact: Julian Kunkel
The Centre of Excellence in Simulation of Weather and Climate in Europe (ESiWACE) provides grants for travel and attendance.
Deadlines: 28 February 2020 – Applications close for applications requesting subsidy.
Further information: https://hps.vi4io.org/events/2020/esiwace-school