[Publicity] (2nd call) PRACE Autumn School 2016: Modern HPC Development for Scientists and Engineers

RISC Secretary Secretary at risc.jku.at
Mon May 2 14:41:47 CEST 2016

Modern HPC Development for Scientists and Engineers
PRACE Autumn School 2016, September 27-30 2016, Hagenberg/Linz, Austria
Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE)


Registration Deadline: July 1, 2016.
Free of charge (not including travel and accommodation).
The number of places is limited.

Following the tradition of the PRACE Spring School 2014
the PRACE Autumn School 2016 will take place on September 27-30 at
the Castle of Hagenberg in Austria. This PRACE Seasonal School event is
being hosted and coordinated jointly by the Research Institute for
Symbolic Computation/Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria),
the RISC Software company, Hagenberg (Austria), and IT4Innovations/
VSB-Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic).

The four day program includes

* a 1-day presentation and interaction track bringing together
  researchers and attendees from industry and academia to discuss
  a variety of applications of HPC in Europe;

* two 3-day workshop tracks with hand-on sessions on
  - Parallel Programming with OpenMP and MPI
  - Intel Xeon Phi Programming
  - Parallel IO
  - PETSc: Portable, Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation
  - Tools for Performance Analysis
  - Advanced Parallel Programming
  with lecturers from industry and academia.

The PRACE 2016 Autumn School programme offers a unique opportunity to
bring users, developers and industry together to learn more about
the development of scalable applications on modern computer
architectures (massively parallel systems as well as
many-integrated-core architectures).

The program is free of charge (not including travel and accommodation).
For the hands-on sessions, participants are expected to bring their
own laptops.

Applications are open to researchers, academics and industrial
researchers residing in PRACE member countries, and European Union
Member States and Associated Countries. All lectures and training
sessions will be in English.

Please visit


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