Registration is now open for our annual SHARCNET Summer School on Advanced Research Computing . The school is an annual educational event for graduate/undergraduate students, postdocs and researchers who are engaged in compute-intensive research. These schools are free and provide beginner-to-intermediate level courses on a wide range of subjects, from traditional high performance computing (MPI, CUDA) to data science, machine learning, and popular languages (Python, R etc.); they also include domain-specific courses.
This year the School will be run entirely online due to COVID-19 pandemic . It will start on May 25 as a single stream event and will run until Canada Day.
Getting Started: The Shell and Scheduler. May 25, 26.
Modern C++ and Parallel Programming. May 28, 31, June 1.
Modern Fortran. June 2, 3, 4.
Python for HPC. June 7, 8, 9.
CUDA. June 10, 11, 14.
Parallel Programming with MPI. June 15-17.
Deep Learning Foundation. June 18, 21.
Bioinformatics. June 22, 23.
Parallel Debugging and Profiling. June 24, 25.
R for Statistical Computing. June 28, 29.
Summer School Registration
Participants need to register to attend the summer school. Registration is per-course, with no limits on the number of courses. All attendees are required to have a Compute Canada account before registering. Compute Canada accounts are free, but one has to be affiliated with a Canadian academic institution to qualify for one. To apply for a Compute Canada account, please follow this link: https://www.computecanada.ca/research-portal/account-management/apply-for-an-account/ . Be aware that it might take a couple of business days to get your account approved.
Once you have a Compute Canada account, you can login to our Training web site using your Compute Canada credentials:
After that you can follow the link below to register for our Summer School courses:
Registration is limited, on a first come, first served basis, so please register early.