SRI/NERSC Intro to HPC Bootcamp Aug 7-11 for students

SRI/NERSC Intro to HPC Bootcamp
Aug 7-11 2023
Application Deadline: Mon May 22 2023
National Energy Research Scientific Computer Center (NERSC)


Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in harnessing the power of High-Performance Computing (HPC) to advance energy equity? If so, we invite you to participate in our upcoming Intro to HPC Bootcamp at the National Energy Research Scientific Computer Center (NERSC), August 7-11, 2023.

The bootcamp is hosted by the Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) Computing Facilities at Argonne National Lab (ALCF), Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (NERSC), and Oak Ridge National Lab (OLCF) and organized by Sustainable Horizons Institute.

Designed to provide students in STEM domains with hands-on experience utilizing HPC for energy justice initiatives, this immersive program allows students to work on energy justice projects of their interest while learning the fundamentals of HPC, including parallel computing, job scheduling, and data analysis techniques.

No prior experience with HPC is required.

Selected participants are eligible to receive housing, travel, per diem, and a $500 stipend.

During the bootcamp, you will have the opportunity to:
* Collaborate with like-minded peers and learn from leading experts in HPC and energy justice, who will provide in-depth instruction throughout the program.
* Gain practical experience through interactive coding sessions and workshops, where you will apply HPC techniques to real-world energy justice projects.
* Access cutting-edge HPC resources, including powerful computing clusters and specialized software, to develop and execute your energy justice projects.
* Present your completed projects to a panel of mentors for feedback and recognition.

To participate in the bootcamp, please submit your application by May 22, 2023 at Introduction to HPC Bootcamp Application Site.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to develop valuable skills in HPC while making a meaningful impact on energy justice projects!

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