Parallel Programming: Using Blacklight at PSC
December 5 - 6, 2011
PSC was pleased to announce a workshop featuring programming techniques to help you to take advantage of large shared memory machines. Workshop participants used PSC's Blacklight, the largest shared memory machine in the world.
No experience with parallel programming was required, as MPI and OpenMP were discussed from the ground up, but a working knowledge of C or Fortran was suggested. There was ample time for hands-on experience with this new material. Participants were encouraged to bring their own codes.
|Monday, December 5, 2011|
|9:00||Welcome & Introduction to PSC's computing environment|
|10:00||Introduction to Parallel Computing|
|11:15||Introduction to MPI|
|3:45||Scalable Programming: Laplace Code|
|Tuesday, December 6, 2011|
|3:00||Outro to Parallel Programming|