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Monday, September 16 • 12:30 - 17:30
HPC Champions Workshop - Colocated with RSEConUK2019

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Following the successful HPC Champions/Tier-2 HPC Workshop @ RSECon18 we will again be co-locating with the main conference for an afternoon of talks and discussion.  This half day workshop is organised by James Grant (University Bath), Jo Beech-Brandt and Andy Turner (EPCC) funded by the Society of Research Software Engineering.

Registration is separate to the RSEConUK registration and can be found HERE. If you would like to contribute to the workshop or there is a topic you would like to suggest for discussion please indicate in your registration.

Event Address: Ground Floor UG08 , Learning Centre (R28), University of Birmingham.

Contact us: hpc.champions@gmail.com

HPC Champions has evolved from Archer Champions (https://www.archer.ac.uk/community/champions/) which was originally funded through an Outreach Grant.

Draft Agenda:

12:30 Lunch

13:00 Welcome
13:10 Talks:

  • HPC Carpentry, Andy Turner, EPCC
  • Teaching HPC on a Raspberry Pi Cluster, Colin Sauze, Aberystwyth University
Running Tier 2:
  • Software-defined-software environment, Jeffrey Salmond, University of Cambridge
  • The MMM Hub User Management and Budgeting Tools, Heather Kelly, University College London
  • R packages on ARM, Chris Edsall, University of Bristol
Domain Specific Languages:
  • Devito: DSL and code-generation for Finite Difference, Gerard Gorman, Imperial College London
  • Firedrake: Finite Element DSL, Jack Betteridge, University of Bath
  • Going off grid: PPMD a DSL for Molecular Simulation, James Grant, University of Bath

Archer 2
  • Brief update, Andy Turner, EPCC
15:00 Coffee

15:30 Breakout discussion

16:30 Feedback and whole group discussion

17:25 Closing Remarks

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James Grant

Research Software Engineer, University of Bath

Monday September 16, 2019 12:30 - 17:30 BST