Stampede Virtual Workshop

The Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC), the Arizona State University Fulton High Performance Computing Initiative (HPCI), and the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) has made available online training for Texas higher education users of the Stampede, the Dell PowerEdge C8220 Cluster with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors.

The Stampede Virtual Workshop is open to everyone, but offers advantages to registered users such as consulting and support.

For researchers in the Texas higher education community, Stampede users are encouraged to review TACC's Allocations Overview and apply for the appropriate allocation. XSEDE users may access Stampede Virtual Training via the XSEDE User Portal.

Get started with the Stampede Virtual Workshop

Stampede Virtual Workshop modules accessible through the TACC User Portal include:

  • Parallel Programming Concepts and HPC
  • Message Passing Interface (MPI)
  • OpenMP
  • Hybrid Programming with OpenMP and MPI
  • Profiling and Debugging
  • Optimization and Scalability
  • Large Scale Data Visualization

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