HCC Supercomputing Symposium 2013

Location: Wick Alumni Center, Dana Board Room
The morning sessions will be interactive – attendees should bring a laptop if at all possible! The first sessions will be primarily planned tutorial format, while the “Open Lab” will involve more individualized help of those in attendance as desired.

Time Title Description
9 - 10am Getting started at HCC HCC 101 (Linux Primer, Job submission) Quick Start Guides
10 - 11am Job management Creating and deploying parallel jobs at HCC, OSG Submitting Jobs
11 - 11:45am HCC Open Lab Presentations and help from HCC staff
12 - 1pm LUNCH lecture with UNIT Carl Lundstedt: How Big Data Allows Us to Investigate the Smallest Things
1:15 – 2pm New User Spotlight – Steve Kolbe, Theatre Media Arts Film Rendering @ HCC
2 - 3pm State of HCC; Crane Announcement David Swanson
  1. Getting Started at HCC (9-10am
    1. Getting an account at HCC
    2. Logging into HCC resources for windows or Mac/Linux Users
    3. Basic Linux commands
    4. Transferring files to HCC
  2. Job Management (10-11am)
    1. End to End MPI example. Including how to transfer source code and compile an MPI application on Tusker.
    2. Compiling and submitting multi-thread and OpenMP applications.
    3. Using scheduler features such as Arrays and Dependencies.
    4. Debugging on Tusker by using interactive submission. <lunch>