4-5 June 2014
Bristol, UK
Europe/London timezone

Please note the course will be held in Bristol:
Room 1.15
Queens Buildings
University of Bristol
University Walk

This 2-day course, provided by Intel, will introduce the vectorisation and parallel programming on Intel Xeon Phi. Hands-on sessions on Xeon Phi will be provided for the course attendees. Case studies of porting applications to Xeon Phi will also be presented. 

The PRACE EURORA prototype in CINECA will be used for this course. The EURORA prototype is a hybrid cluster composed of 64 Intel Sandy Bridge dual socket nodes (1024 cores in total), equipped with 64 Xeon Phi cards and 64 NVIDIA K20 accelerators.

Due to the limitation of the hands-on sessions, this course will allow max. 20 attendees. Laptops will be supplied by Intel for the hands-on sessions.
Starts 4 Jun 2014 09:00
Ends 5 Jun 2014 16:30
Bristol, UK
Room 1.15
Queens Buildings, University of Bristol, University Walk, Bristol, BS8 1TR.
This course is being run as part of EPCC’s training programme of the ARCHER national supercomputer, in collaboration with EPCC’s PRACE Advanced Training Centre (PATC). PATC courses are available free of charge to all attendees (academic and industrial). Lunch will be provided for this course.

The University of Bristol is one of the Intel Parallel Computing Centres (IPCCs). This course is an IPCC enabling event.

Please register using the online form. If you have any questions, please consult the course forum page or contact epcc-support@epcc.ed.ac.uk.