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Explanatory session on the use of the next generation supercomputer SX-ACE

2014-9-2 (Tue) 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Osaka University's Cybermedia Center will hold an explanatory session on the next generation supercomputer SX-ACE on Tuesday, September 2.
The next generation supercomputer SX-ACE at The Cybermedia Center, Osaka University has a clustered architecture. In order to achieve its high performance, a parallelization technique based on the understanding of its architecture is required. This explanatory session will introduce the structures of hardware and software as well as how to use the SX-ACE supercomputer, which will go into operation from December at the center. The instructor will talk about what will be needed for using SX-ACE, making comparisons regarding common and differing points between the existing supercomputer systems SX-9 and SX-8R and the SX-ACE.

A lecturer from NEC, the SX-ACE supplier, will also answer your questions. Individuals interested in SX-ACE are encouraged to attend.
Date & Time: Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 14:00~16:00
Venue: Conference Room, 7th floor, Education and Research Building, The Cybermedia Center, Toyonaka, Osaka University


Program


14:00 -- Outline of the system and likely usage
14:10 --  Structures of hardware and software for SX-ACE, how to use in detail (including a question and answer session)
15:40 -- Announcement from the Cybermedia Center
Making Application
Application deadline: Friday, August 29, 2014

Send the following information to system@cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp.

  1. The name of your affiliation
  2. Your name with furigana
  3. Your occupation (if you are student, your year in school)
  4. Your telephone number
  5. Your supercomputer user number if you have one
Date: 2014-9-2 (Tue) 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration: Registration by email is required.
Contact: Research System Team, Information and Communications Technology Section, Department of Information and Communications Technology Services
system@cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp

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