15-17 June 2020
Jülich Supercomputing Centre
CET timezone

This course has been postponed to autumn 2020.

Modern C++, with its support for procedural, objected oriented, generic and functional programming styles, offers many powerful abstraction mechanisms to express complexity at a high level while remaining very efficient. It is therefore the language of choice for many scientific projects. However, achieving high performance by today's standards requires understanding and exploiting multiple levels of parallelism, and understanding C++ code from a performance centric viewpoint.

In this course, the participants will learn how to write C++ programs which better utilize typical HPC hardware resources of the present day. The course is geared towards scientists and engineers already familiar with C++17 (at the very least C++14), who wish to develop maintainable and fast applications. They will learn techniques to better utilize CPU caches, instruction pipelines, SIMD functionality and multi-threading. Shared memory parallel programming on multiple CPU cores will be introduced using parallel STL of C++17 and Intel (R) Threading Building Blocks. The participants will also learn basic GPGPU programming in C++ using NVidia CUDA and Thrust.

Prerequisites: Good working knowledge of C++, especially the C++14 standard.
Please check with these questions whether your C++ knowlegde fulfills the requirements.

Application
Registrations are only considered until 15 May 2020 due to available space, the maximal number of participants is limited. Applicants will be notified, whether they are accepted for participitation.

Instructor: Dr. Sandipan Mohanty, JSC

Contact
For any questions concerning the course please send an e-mail to s.mohanty@fz-juelich.de

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CET
Jülich Supercomputing Centre
Computer Lab room no. 211
Forschungszentrum Jülich 52425 Jülich Germany

Accomodation in Jülich:

Participants are responsible for booking their own hotel accommodation.

Hotel suggestions can be found on the webpage "Travel information and access to Jülich Supercomputing Centre" at JSC.