UL HPC School - November 2017
The University of Luxembourg operates since 2007 a High Performance Computing platform which currently features a total of nodes (in practice, computing cores) for a cumulative computing power estimated at TFlops.
The total raw storage capacity shared within the clusters is currently estimated at TB (NFS + Lustre).
- Access to and interaction with the UL HPC infrastructures
- HPC challenges, especially as regards data and storage management
- HPC workflow management (for sequential and parallel tasks)
- Prototyping with Python and Matlab in an HPC environment
- Parallel debugging, profiling and performance analysis
The aim is to cover basic and intermediate-level usage of the platform, Whether you have no HPC experience or are an advanced user looking to refresh and update your knowledge, don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about the efficient usage of the system.
Important Pre-registration is required. No on-site registration will be accepted. Pre-registration will be accepted until 10am Wednesday, November 11th, 2017. Registration Fees (100€) apply for UL externals and should be paid prior to the venue.
Thursday, November 9th, 2017, on the Belval campus, Location: MSA 3rd floor, rooms 3.070 and 3.100
Title: Overview and Challenges of the UL HPC Facility at the EuroHPC Horizon PDF
All sessions will take place in the Belval Campus.
Important You are expected to bring your laptop for all sessions since there will be no workstation available on site.
Agenda - Thursday, November 9th, 2017
|Thu. Nov 9||Main Track (MSA 3.070)|
|9h00-10h00||PS1a: Getting Started on the UL HPC platform, by C. Parisot.||slides|
|10h30-11h45||Keynote: Overview and Challenges of the UL HPC Facility at the Belval and EuroHPC Horizon, by S.Varrette||slides|
|11h45-12h30||PS1b: Getting Started on the UL HPC platform - continued, by C. Parisot.||slides|
|13h30-15h30||PS2: HPC workflow with sequential jobs (test cases on GROMACS, Java and Python), by H.Cartiaux.||slides|
|16h00-17h00||PS3: UL HPC Monitoring in practice: why, what, how, where to look, by C. Parisot||slides|
|17h00-18h00||PS4: HPC workflow with MPI jobs: OSU Microbenchmarks and HPL, by S. Varrette.||slides|
|Thu. Nov 9||Advanced Parallel Track (MSA 3.100)|
|13h30-14h30||PS5: Advanced Scheduling (Slurm, OAR), by V. Plugaru||slides|
|14h30-15h30||PS6: Debugging, profiling and performance analysis, by V.Plugaru||slides|
|16h00-17h00||PS7: [Advanced] Prototyping with Python, by S. Peter.||slides|
|17h00-18h00||PS8: MATLAB (interactive, passive and sequential jobs), by V. Plugaru||slides|
PS = Practical Session using your laptop
The HPC school will be organized in the Belval campus of the University of Luxembourg.
University of Luxembourg, campus Belval 2, avenue de l’Université L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette 49°30’15.4”N 5°56’54.2”E (49.504268, 5.948397)