Course Calendar

New User Training- University of Central Florida

04/15/2021 09:00 - 04/15/2021 13:00 EDT
webcast
Registration
Registration open date
03/08/2021 08:00 EST
Registration close date
04/09/2021 14:00 EDT
Class size restriction
30 registrants

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Contact Information
Contact
Shafaq Chaudhry
Contact phone
407-882-2005
Contact email
Shafaq.Chaudhry@ucf.edu
Trainers
jalameda, lakli
Location
Name
Zoom Workshop
Phone
407-882-2005
URL
https://rci.research.ucf.edu/workshops/2021/

THIS WEBINAR IS A CLOSED SESSION, OPEN ONLY TO RESEARCHERS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA.

XSEDE New User Training- An introduction providing an introduction to the XSEDE User Portal and Resources. An overview of capabilities accessible through the portal will be demonstrated in an interactive session, with the participants able to follow along with their own portal account.

Additionally, the basics of XSEDE resource architecture, covering compute, storage, and environment management, will be presented, which will motivate an introductory job submission tutorial component. Finally, the participants will be able to learn the basics of file transfer with Globus Online.

Presented by: Jay Alameda

Speaker Bio:
Jay Alameda is the lead for Advanced Application Support at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. In this role, he works with the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) which is a collaboration of NSF-funded high performance computing (HPC) resource providers, working to provide a common set of services, including the provisioning of advanced user support, to the science and engineering community. In particular, Jay leads the Extended Support for Training, Education, and Outreach Service of XSEDE, which provides the technical expertise to support Training, Education, and Outreach activities organized by XSEDE. He also was the lead of the recently completed NSF funded SI2 project, “A Productive and Accessible Development Workbench for HPC Applications Using the Eclipse Parallel Tools Platform”, which improved the Eclipse Parallel Tools Platform (PTP) to serve as a platform for development of HPC applications.

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Posted: 01/28/2021 13:33 UTC