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Workshops & seminars

Introduction to Computing at CARC

When you outgrow your laptop: Use UNM's supercomputing center for your research projects

The next workshops will take place at the start of the Spring 2020 semester, dates TBD.

1 to 5 p.m.

Free to faculty and students

Existing CARC account required (request here)

Bring your current work!

Registration is required.

The goal of this workshop is to enable users to get more research done faster by using CARC resources.  The workshop will be led by research assistant professor Dr. Matthew Fricke, followed by an open lab session and an optional tour of the Center’s machine rooms.

Topics covered include Linux basics such as logging in, file transfer, the systems available at CARC, what users should know about storage, the job submission system, and environment modules and Anaconda. We will also demonstrate the power of parallel computing with GNU parallel and by writing a simple MPI program in Python.

1601 Central Ave NE · Albuquerque

505-277-8249 · Free parking

Introduction to HPC at CARC slideshow

 

Parallel MATLAB at CARC

MATLAB Parallel Server lets you scale MATLAB programs and Simulink simulations so they take full advantage of the HPC resources at CARC. You can prototype your programs and simulations on the desktop and then run them on CARC clusters from within MATLAB. MATLAB Parallel Server supports batch jobs, interactive parallel computations, and distributed computations with large matrices.

This workshop is not currently scheduled.

1 to 2:30 p.m.

Free to faculty and students

Existing CARC account required

1601 Central Ave NE · Albuquerque

505-277-8249 · Free parking

Registration is required.