12-15 April 2016
Stuttgart (Germany)
CET timezone

In August 2015, the Cray XC40 supercomputer Hornet at HLRS was upgraded to a new system named "Hazel Hen", featuring 7712 compute nodes, each equipped with two 12 core Intel Haswell processors running at 2.5 GHz. Each node is equipped with 128 GB DDR4 memory and connected to the other nodes through the Cray Aries network. The peak performance amounts to 7.4 PFlops.

In order to help users running efficiently on this new large system, HLRS and Cray offer an optimization workshop for applications running at scale. The intent of this workshop is to tune the performance of such codes by detecting, locating and solving bottlenecks.


Stuttgart (Germany)
Big seminar room
HLRS, University of Stuttgart, Allmandring 30, D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany

For academic participants within EU or PRACE member countries: see Registration button on the left. After your registration, you will receive an automated "congratulations"-email about your successful registration. This email implies that you have a guaranteed seat in the course and you should organize your travel.
For other participants, please apply for the HLRS course 2016-XC40-1

For further informations see HLRS course 2016-XC40-1.