Intro To UC's Advanced Research Computing (ARC) Resources: HPC Computing/Analysis Tools For Research & Education (Workshop - Professional Development) #102753

Import to your Calendar

The rapid advancement and introduction of new processing technologies for computing have facilitated the convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Data Analytics and Big Data and the High-Performance Computing (HPC) platforms into a ‘modern HPC’ environment which includes batch, interactive and web-based computing tools to meet a diverse community of researcher’s needs.
In this introduction to modern HPC tools available in UC’s Advanced Research Computing (ARC) center, users will get hands on experience submitting a batch job, running a job that uses containers, and, if time allows, scheduling and executing a job that uses the cluster GPU nodes.
We will provide a brief introduction to the cluster’s web front-end where users can interactively compute on the cluster, including easy-to-use Jupyter Notebooks or RStudio for education and research.

Course Details

Thursday, November 10, 2022
From 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Amy Latessa
Langsam Library Room 475
2911 Woodside Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221
United States of America
Langsam Library Room 475

George Turner (Indiana University)

George Turner has been working closely with the Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team since early 2018 to architect, acquire, and deploy UC’s growing cyberinfrastructure. Turner’s day job is working as Indiana University’s (IU) Chief Systems Architect with IU’s Pervasive Technologies Institute (PTI).  Turner has nearly four decades of experience working in the scientific and engineering fields with in-depth experience with real-time data acquisition systems, analysis of data products produced by these systems as well as experimental and theoretical scientific workflows. For the past twenty + years, Turner has worked with the High Performance Systems (HPS) group at IU which is responsible for providing cyberinfrastructure services to the university, the state, as well as a national research user base.