XSEDE Webinar: Accessing and Running Jobs on Expanse
09/16/2021 11:00 - 09/16/2021 12:00 PDTwebcast
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- 08/25/2021 06:15 PDT
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- 09/16/2021 10:00 PDT
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This webinar covers the basics of accessing SDSC’s Expanse supercomputer, managing the user environment, compiling and running jobs using Slurm, where to run them, and how to run batch jobs. We will also cover interactive computing using applications such as Jupyter Notebooks and how to run them via the command line on the Expanse portal. It is assumed that you have mastered the basic skills of logging onto HPC systems using SSH and running basic Unix commands on these systems.
Instructor: Mary Thomas, Computational Data Scientist at SDSC
Mary Thomas works in the Data-Enabled Scientific Computing Division, where she is leading education, outreach & training on HPC systems. In the past, Mary has led several portal and Web services projects for high-performance computing infrastructure. Mary holds a Ph.D. in computational science, and her primary research has been focused on HPC computing, coastal ocean modeling, cyberinfrastructure, web technologies, and Amazon Web Services. Mary is also a research faculty member in the Computational Sciences Research Center at San Diego State University. For fun, Mary has sponsored 2 teams at the annual student cluster competitions at the SC Conference (The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis).