HPC summer school 2015
The HPC summer school brings together the HPC support team, scientific community and private sector representatives for one week of tutorials, lectures and exchange of ideas.
On the program are businesses such as CUDA, Alinea DDT, Intel tools, Intel compiler vectorization, OpenMP, D-Wave, emerging technologies, presentations from local HPC users, interest groups and much more. The week concludes with an afternoon of scientific lectures, a poster session and visit from the provost, followed by food and drinks sponsored by vendors.
28 September - 2 October, 2015
Let us know that you are coming and if you'd like to present a poster. You can register for individual events separately.
Name Imperial's supercomputer
The Imperial community is invited to take part in a competition to name one of the College's supercomputers.
The Provost James Stirling CBE FRS will announce results of the naming competition on Friday, October 2nd.
Imperial College HPC prize
The Imperial College High Performance Computing prize will be awarded to early career researchers (PhD student, PDRA or equivalent level) for work that is either:
best advance in the field of high performance computing, or,
most effectively exploits high performance computing to achieve an advancement in another field of science or engineering.
Candidates are invited to submit a peer reviewed article published within the last two years (i.e. published after 1 September 2013), along with a short description of the significance of the work (maximum of 200 words). In the case of a multi-authored paper, the leading authors should be early career researchers. Submissions should be sent by email to email@example.com with the subject heading Imperial College HPC prize entry before 16:00 on the 25th of September 2015.
We invite everyone to participate in the poster session on Friday October 2nd at 16:30. Posters can be registered during the event registration.
We will have a video display and invite submissions of animations and simulation videos. You can write to us to have your videos screened during the event.
|Monday, September 28, Huxley LT 340 and 341
|10:00-12:00, LT 340||Introduction to HPC Service at Imperial||Katerina Michalickova, HPC Service|
|13:00-15:00, 341||Allinea Forge||Florent Lebeau, Allinea|
|Tuesday, September 29, Huxley LT 145 and LT 144|
|9:30-10:30, 145||Overview of Intel tools and architecture||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|10:30-11:15, 145||Introduction to C and Fortran compilers||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|11:15-11:30, foyer level 3||sponsored coffee break|
|11:30-12:30, 145||Introduction to vectorization and SIMD programming||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|12:30-13:00, 145||Xeon and Xeon-Phi architecture overview||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|13:00-14:00, foyer level 3||sponsored lunch|
|14:00-17:00, LT 144||
Managing crystal structure data at the CCDC - a 50 year perspective
chair Torsten Reimer, Research Office
Suzanna Ward, Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
|14:00-15:30, 145||Hands on compilers and vectorization||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|15:30-15:45, foyer level 3||sponsored coffee break||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|15:45-16:00, 145||Introdution to Vtune Amplifier||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|16:00-17:00, 145||Hands on Vtune and recap||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|Wednesday, September 30, Huxley LT 145 and LT 340|
|9:30-10:00, 145||Brief overview of previous day and introdution||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|10:00-11:00, 145||Introduction to task parallel libraries and OpenMP||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|11:00-11:15, 342||sponsored coffee break|
|11:15-12:00, 145||OpenMP||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|12:00-13:00, 145||Hands on OpenMP||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|13:00-14:00, 342||sponsored lunch|
|14:00-17:00, LT 340||D-Wave quantum computing||Bo Ewald, Murray Thom, Denny Dahl and Andy Mason, D-Wave|
|14:00-15:30, 145||Hands on OpenMP||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|15:30-15:45, 342||sponsored coffee break|
|15:45-17:00, 145||Bring, profile and tune your own code||Stephen Blair-Chappell, Intel|
|Thursday, October 1, Huxley LT 308 and 341
|10:00-12:00, LT 308||CUDA workshop||Matt Harvey, HPC service|
|13:00-15:00, LT 308||Research Software Engineering community session||chair Jeremy Cohen, Department of Computing|
|15:00-17:00, 341||Genomics community session||chair Michael Mueller, Department of Medicine|
|15:00-17:00 , LT 308||Computational Molecular Sciences community session||chair Michael Bearpark, Department of Chemistry|
|Friday, October 2, Huxley LT 340
|10:30-11:30, LT 340||The perils of computer arithmetic||Dan Moore, Department of Mathematics|
|11:30-12:30, LT 340||HPC trends and what they mean for me||Jim Cownie, Intel|
|12:30-14:00, 341||sponsored tea break and poster setup|
|14:00-14:10, LT 340||Welcome||Professor Peter Haynes, Head of Department of Materials and the HPC champion|
|14:10-14:20, LT 340||Message from the Provost||Professor James Stirling CBE FRS|
|14:20-14:50, LT 340||Scalable numerics for numerical weather prediction||Colin Cotter, Dept. of Mathematics|
|14:50-15:20, LT 340||UK MED-BIO: A new platform for the analysis of omic data||Professor Paul Elliot, Faculty of Medicine, School of Public Health|
|15:20-15:50, LT 340||High order, scale resolving modelling for high Reynolds number racing car aerodynamics||Professor Spencer Sherwin, Dept. of Aeronautics|
|15:50-16:00, LT 340||HPC update||Simon Burbidge|
|16:30-19:30, 341||poster session and mixer with sponsored food and drinks|
|Summer school programme|