|Start date:||04 Dec 2023, 09:00 (CET)||Entry level:||Basic|
|End date:||05 Dec 2023, 16:30 (CET)||Subject area:||Parallel programming|
|Language:||English||Target audience:||Academia, industry, public sector|
|Price:||Free (for eligible participants)||Organizers:||VSC & EuroCC Austria & HLRS|
The focus of this 2-days course is on shared memory parallelization with OpenMP for multi-core, shared memory, and ccNUMA platforms. This course teaches OpenMP starting from a beginners level. Hands-on sessions (in C and Fortran) will allow users to immediately test and understand the OpenMP directives, environment variables, and library routines. Race-condition debugging tools are also presented.
Agenda & Content
See Agenda & Content in the left menu for a detailed timetable and course content.
Content level: Basic = 6:00h (50%) + Intermediate = 6:00h (50%) + Advanced = 0:00h (0%)
Basic – no prior OpenMP knowledge is required
Being able to program in either C/C++ or Fortran
Know how to work on the Linux command line
Course for academia, industry, and public administration.
This course will be delivered as a LIVE ONLINE COURSE (using Zoom).
All participants will get a temporary user account on the VSC to do the hands-on labs.
Alternatively, it is possible to do the hands-on labs on your own laptop or on any system you have access to that provides an OpenMP enabled compiler for your preferred programming language C/C++ or Fortran.
Accepted participants will be contacted a few days before the course and asked to do a short PRE-ASSIGNMENT that has to be completed before the course starts.
Philipp Gschwandtner (University of Innsbruck)
Lukas Einkemmer (University of Innsbruck)
Claudia Blaas-Schenner (VSC Research Center, TU Wien and EuroCC Austria)
Ivan Vialov (teaching assistant, VSC Research Center, TU Wien)
Date, time, and location
04.–05.12.2023, 09:00 – 16:30 CET, LIVE ONLINE COURSE (using Zoom)
Prices and eligibility
This course is partly funded by the EuroCC 2 project. Therefore, the course is open and free of charge for participants from academia, industry, and public administration from the Member States (MS) of the European Union (EU) and Associated/Other Countries to the Horizon 2020 programme.
The registration form and deadlines are available from the left menu. The registration form might close even before the deadline if the number of registrations has reached its maximum (and will open again if there are cancelations).
Please register with your official email address to prove your affiliation.
You will get an automatic confirmation via email (subject starting with "[Indico] Registration"), please check your Spam/Junk folders.
Following your successful registration, you will receive further information approximately 1 week before the course.
After the number of registrations has reached its maximum or the registration form has been closed, you may want to send us an email stating that you are interested to be put on the waiting list (vacancies may occur due to cancelations, etc.).
To be able to do the hands-on labs on the VSC please provide your full international mobile-phone number for the two-factor authentication required to login to the VSC systems.
Modification, withdrawal & no-show policy
Your registration is binding. Please only register for the course if you are really going to attend.
You can update your registration data or withdraw your registration anytime before the registration form has been closed via the link "Manage my registration" which you can find at the bottom of your automatic email confirmation (subject starting with "[Indico] Registration").
Alternatively, or after the registration form has been closed, please inform us about your cancelation or any change in your registration data (especially your mobile-phone number) via email (email@example.com).
No-show policy: If you do not cancel and do not show up at the course you will be blacklisted and excluded from future training events.
This course is jointly organized by the VSC Research Center, TU Wien, and EuroCC Austria.
The course material has been originally developed by Rolf Rabenseifner from the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) and therefore the course is organized in cooperation with HLRS.
This course is partially funded by the EuroCC 2 project.
The project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 101101903. The JU receives support from the Digital Europe Programme and Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Türkiye.
Additional funding for the project comes from the Austrian federal ministries BMBWF and BMK.