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Parallel Programing Workshop on the Suita campus

2016-6-6 (Mon) 13:30 - 15:00

Osaka University's Cybermedia Center will hold an introductory training program on parallel programming on Monday, June 6. This knowledge about parallel programming will be helpful in using supercomputers.
This workshop will explain about methods and basics of parallel programming for beginners. It will also illustrate the outline of Unix which is necessary for handling large-scale computers and computer systems capable of large-scale parallel computation in an easy-to-understand format.
Individuals who are not familiar with parallel systems and parallel programming but are interested in them and want to learn are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop.
This workshop is perfect for:

  • students and researchers who are interested in parallel computing but have no knowledge about hardware and software so have no clue where to start.
  • those who operated a bit of Unix, but were unable to truly get a sense of it.
  • those who are not familiar with parallel computation, but want to make use of it in their research and study.

Date and Time: Monday, June 6, 2016 - 13:30 ~ 15:00

Lecturer: FURIHATA Daisuke (Associate Professor, Cybermedia Center)

Venue: Cybermedia Commons, 1F, Cybermedia Center Main Building, Suita Campus
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Seminar Type: Classroom lecture

Capacity: 20

Application deadline: Monday, May 30 - 17:00

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We look forward to seeing you there!

Date: 2016-6-6 (Mon) 13:30 - 15:00
Venue: Cybermedia Commons, 1F, Cybermedia Center Main Building, Suita Campus
Registration: Registration is required for this seminar. (Web)
Contact: Information and Communications Technology Section, Department of Information and Communications Technology Services, Osaka University

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