Upcoming Events

Title Event Date Description
ACES: Introduction to OpenFOAM 04/23/24 - 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM EDT

This short course (2.5 hours) provides an introduction to OpenFOAM, the open source CFD Toolbox, and how to use it on HPRC clusters. Hands-on exercises on how to get started with running your simulations, as well as implementing new theories, will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University.

Read more at https://hprc.tamu.edu/training/aces_intro_openfoam.html 

ACES: Containers for Scientific Workflows (Charliecloud) 04/23/24 - 11:00 AM - 01:30 PM EDT

This course introduces the use of containers for scientific workflows using the Charliecloud software suite. Exercises will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University.

More information about this tutorial at https://hprc.tamu.edu/training/aces_containers.html 

ACCESS Pegasus Office Hours 04/19/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

During office hours you can ask questions about running workflows or bags of tasks on ACCESS resources. These sessions are an excellent opportunity for both new and existing users to learn and engage. You can expect:

A Hands-On Introduction to Quantum Computing with NVIDIA’s CUDA Quantum 04/19/24 - 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM EDT

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) invites you to their next installment in the Bridges-2 Webinar series that will feature a hands-on introduction to quantum computing using NVIDIA’s CUDA Quantum.

Speaker: Dr. Pooja Rao, NVIDIA

Anvil Support Hour 04/18/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

When you need support from the Anvil team for a complex workflow, or want to discuss your ideas directly with our team, please consider registering for Anvil Support Hour! We will be available every Thursday from 2:00pm-3:00pm EST via Zoom. Reserve your 20-minute slot for our discussion! Topics for our conversation can be about:

COMPLECS: Interactive Computing 04/18/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM EDT

Interactive computing refers to working with software that accepts input from the user as it runs. This applies not only to business and office applications, such as word processing and spreadsheet software, but HPC use cases involving code development, real-time data exploration and advanced visualizations run across one or more compute nodes. Interactive computing is often used when applications require large memory, have large data sets that are not that practical to download to local devices, need access to higher core counts, or rely on software that is difficult to install.

ACES: MATLAB 04/16/24 - 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM EDT

This short course (2.5 hours) introduces different ways to use MATLAB on the ACES cluster and how to leverage its parallel resources. Participants will use MATLAB on the portal through the interactive MATLAB App and learn how create and submit MATLAB jobs using the Drona Composer. Other topics include how to start parallel pools and utilize GPUs on ACES. Exercises will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University.

Principles of Distributed High Throughput Computing 04/16/24 - 02:30 PM - 04:00 PM EDT

Have you ever wondered about the “why” of HTCondor? Join us to hear about the “philosophy” of high throughput computing and how HTCondor has evolved to make throughput computing possible. This workshop will be led by a core HTCondor developer, Greg Thain, and is a perfect opportunity for longer-term OSPool users to learn more about our underlying technology.
 

ACES: Containers for Scientific Workflows (Singularity / Apptainer) 04/16/24 - 11:00 AM - 01:30 PM EDT

This course introduces the use of containers for scientific workflows using the Singularity container engine. Exercises will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University.

Read more at https://hprc.tamu.edu/training/aces_containers_scientific.html 

RCAC Generative AI Series Part 3: Tuning Custom Models 04/12/24 - 02:30 PM - 04:00 PM EDT

In the final workshop of the Generative AI series, participants will learn about the advanced aspects of generative AI, focusing on customizing and tuning their models. Recommended for those who have attended the first two parts or have equivalent knowledge, this session will provide guidance on best practices for model tuning and customization. The workshop will present an overview of techniques and considerations for personalizing generative AI models, including parameter adjustments, dataset selection, and ethical considerations in model development.

ACCESS Pegasus Office Hours 04/12/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

During office hours you can ask questions about running workflows or bags of tasks on ACCESS resources. These sessions are an excellent opportunity for both new and existing users to learn and engage. You can expect:

Anvil Support Hour 04/11/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

When you need support from the Anvil team for a complex workflow, or want to discuss your ideas directly with our team, please consider registering for Anvil Support Hour! We will be available every Thursday from 2:00pm-3:00pm EST via Zoom. Reserve your 20-minute slot for our discussion! Topics for our conversation can be about:

Globus Office Hours 04/10/24 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM EDT

Do you have a question about Globus? Please join our experts during Globus Office Hours and let us help you. Get answers to all your questions.

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Using the NSDF Services for End-to-End Analysis and Visualization of Large Scientific Data 04/10/24 - 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM EDT

This tutorial targets scientists who need to visualize and analyze large scientific datasets interactively. The tutorial demonstrates how the National Science Data Fabric (NSDF)’s services enable accessible, flexible, and customizable workflows for multi-faceted analysis and visualization of various datasets. The tutorial walks through workflow steps of generating large datasets through modular applications, storing this data remotely, and analyzing and visualizing the data locally to draw scientific conclusions.

ACES: Introduction to Julia 04/09/24 - 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM EDT

This short course covers basic topics in numerical computation and scientific programming using the Julia programming language. Topics include basic language elements and concepts, best practices in programming, and relevant open source tools. This is an introductory course. Exercises will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University. 

Read more at https://hprc.tamu.edu/training/aces_julia.html 

Open OnDemand Office Hours 04/09/24 - 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM EDT

Hosted by our development team, Zoom open office hours are the perfect opportunity to ask questions or make a suggestion. They are held on the second Tuesday of every month from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. ET.

More information and Zoom coordinates are available on the Open OnDemand Discourse forum.

ACES: NGS Metagenomics 04/09/24 - 11:00 AM - 01:30 PM EDT

This short course introduces concepts of metagenomics analysis based on data generated by Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology using the QIIME2 software suite. Exercises will be performed using the ACES cluster, a composable accelerator testbed at Texas A&M University. 

Read more at https://hprc.tamu.edu/training/aces_metagenomics.html 

ACCESS Pegasus Office Hours 04/05/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

During office hours you can ask questions about running workflows or bags of tasks on ACCESS resources. These sessions are an excellent opportunity for both new and existing users to learn and engage. You can expect:

Anvil Support Hour 04/04/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EDT

When you need support from the Anvil team for a complex workflow, or want to discuss your ideas directly with our team, please consider registering for Anvil Support Hour! We will be available every Thursday from 2:00pm-3:00pm EST via Zoom. Reserve your 20-minute slot for our discussion! Topics for our conversation can be about:

COMPLECS: HPC Hardware Overview 04/04/24 - 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM EDT

All users of advanced CI can benefit from a basic understanding of the hardware to determine which factors affect application performance. In this session we provide an overview including CPUs (processors, cores, hyperthreading, instruction sets), the anatomy of a compute node (sockets, memory, attached devices, accelerators) and cluster architecture (login and compute nodes, interconnects, file systems). We also cover how to obtain hardware information using Linux tools, pseudo-filesystems and commonly used hardware utilization monitoring tools.

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