Location: University of British Columbia – Point Grey Campus (Rooms TBA)REGISTER HERE This June, WestGrid and the University of British Columbia Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team are hosting their third annual Research Computing Summer School. Courses will explore topics in:
- high-performance computing and parallel programming
- machine learning
- research computing with Python, MATLAB and Chapel
- next-generation sequencing
- databases on Compute Canada clusters
- scientific visualization
Schedule and more information:
All materials (schedule and course descriptions) can be found on the Summer School event website.
Participants only need to register and pay once to attend as many or as few courses as they would like. There are three categories of registration:
- Researcher / Student / Staff @ UBC or other WestGrid Member Institutions*: $35 (This includes faculty, students of all levels, postdocs, staff. WestGrid Member institutions include the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, University of Calgary, University of Alberta, University of Saskatchewan, and the University of Manitoba)
- Non-Member Institution registration: $45 (This includes faculty, students of all levels, postdocs, staff)
- Public / Industry / Non-Academic registration: $55
Who Should Participate:
Anyone interested in building knowledge and skills for computational research
All research disciplines and skill levels are welcome to register. Some courses may require some pre-requisite knowledge. Please see the notes below and check the course descriptions for more details.
All participants will require a base level of knowledge or skill in programming and using Linux. For example, you must be familiar with tasks such as:
- Listing files and directories
- Making directories
- Changing to a different directory
- Copying, moving, and removing files and directories
- Displaying and searching the contents of a file
On Day 1, the session “Bash Scripting & Tools” can provide this base knowledge for anyone unfamiliar with using Linux command line.
Some courses will require additional or more advanced level knowledge or programming skills. Check the course descriptions for more details.
- All academic participants are encouraged to obtain a Compute Canada account. To register for a free Compute Canada account, click here. We will also be providing guest accounts.
- All non-academic registrants will be provided with a guest account.
- We strongly encourage participants to obtain an Eduroam account through their institution. This will provide you with a reliable wifi network connection while on campus. To get an Eduroam account, contact your local IT Department.
For more information and to register, please visit the Summer School website here.