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2020-02-05

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Speaker Info:
Grigory Shamov
Technical Site Lead, WestGrid / Compute Canada
University of Manitoba
Description

Containers are a new paradigm for how Linux software can be developed and delivered. Singularity is the most popular Linux container solution for High-Performance Computing (HPC).

In this webinar, we will cover the basics of using Singularity and best practices of using it on Compute Canada HPC systems. We will then discuss the common use cases and our experience with Singularity, and review the recent developments and changes in the newest versions of Singularity 3.

The webinar is intended for everyone with basic skills in the Linux command line. To follow the examples on Compute Canada systems, a valid Compute Canada account and an SSH client to connect will be needed.

 
 
Date:
Monday, January 27, 2020 to Friday, February 7, 2020
Location

University of Alberta

 
Speaker Info:
Description

Does your research rely on computing, or are you curious about research data management and other library-assisted research topics? Then join the University of Alberta IST Team for its Winter Bootcamps taking place January 27 - February 7. Whether your questions revolve around scheduling jobs or data analysis, they have an abundance of workshops.

This week-long event is designed for faculty members, students, postdoctoral fellows, and other researchers across campus. Registrants can partake in workshops on a variety of research computing topics, such as Python, HPC clusters, data management planning, and more!

Registration is free and open to all. Anyone who wishes to learn more about research computing is welcome to attend. Sign up early as these workshops often have waitlists for registration.

Workshops / Sessions

  • Introduction to Python, Pandas, and Plotting
  • HPC: Shell
  • HPC: Essentials
  • HPC: Beyond
  • Research Solutions Networking
  • Intermediate Python: Parallelism
  • Intermediate Python: Plotting
  • Introduction to R
  • Scheduling (aka How do I get more work done on a cluster?)
  • Introduction to OpenRefine
  • Research Security Panel
  • Supporting research data deposit with Dataverse