On demand we will offer short talks about Linux usage, job scripts or general information about the Erlangen HPC systems. The first half will be dedicated to new users and HPC beginners. In the second half the focus will be put on advanced or application specific topics. These can be short talks or discussions.
The HPC Café is also an informal platform to give feedback or talk about general requests. We look forward to meeting you and hope for lively participation.
One more reason for coming: There will be free coffee and cake!
Next event: Tuesday, July 14th opening at 4 p.m.
Duration: 1-2 hours
RRZE, Martensstr.1, 91058 Erlangen, Room 2.049until further notice: virtually in an online session (audio-only + screen sharing): https://hpc-bbb.rrze.uni-erlangen.de/b/rrz-hua-vcr – no need to install a dedicated client – just join with a modern web browser.
Focus topic: “Debugging and performance tools – Likwid, DDT, and ITAC”
Contact address for inquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
Material from past events:
Tuesday, June 9th 2020
Tuesday, May 12th 2020
Tuesday, April 14th 2020
Tuesday, March 10th 2020
- Modules and Software installation (Thomas Gruber, RRZE)
Tuesday, February 11th 2020
- Application Labs at LRZ (Gerald Mathias, LRZ)
Tuesday, January 14th 2020
Tuesday, December 10th 2019
- no slides but visit to RRZE’s server room
Tuesday, November 12th 2019
- How to assess the scalability of your parallel job and how many cores/nodes you should use
- How to interpret the hardware monitoring data
Tuesday, October 8th 2019
- see the HPC-Nutshell slides posted on https://hpc.fau.de/services/hpc-user-training/
Tuesday, September 10th 2019
- no slides – first getting to know each other