Summer 2013 Short Courses
Once again, this Summer we start with the UNIX/LINUX course. It covers material that is prerequisite to all other short courses. This along with the Introduction to Supercomputing on Eos form the absolute minimum basis for using Eos effectively. Both will be delivered in an interactive style through a live login session. Attendants can bring laptops although installed workstations will be available. But please make sure you have a valid supercomputing account if you want to follow the material by logging in on Eos. A set of slides (for UNIX/LINUX) and the Eos user guide are available for general reference.
No registration required, but there is a seating limit of 20.
All sessions are 3:00-5:00pm and will be held in Teague B013 this semester.
Summer 2013 Supercomputing Short-Courses
|Course Title||System(s)||Date & Time||Location||Comment|
|Introduction to UNIX/LINUX||ALL||Jun. 4, 5, & 6||Teague B013||Covers basic-to-intermediate level topics, presented through a live login session on Eos. The topics include, but are not limited to, basic commands, process and filesystem concepts, shells as well as I/O redirection.|
| Introduction to Supercomputing
|IBM iDataPlex Cluster||Jun. 11, 18, & 19||Teague B013||Covers a variety of topics relevant to computing on Eos, demonstrated through a live login session. These topics include, but are not limited to, basic system information, compiling and running programs, as well as batch processing. Use of the batch system will be demonstrated with real-time examples.|