Autumn Academy 2014
The Autumn Academy is coordinated by the HPC-SC consortium.
The Deadline for applications to the Autumn Academy has now passed.
Any late applications will still be considered but places cannot be guaranteed.
Course Application Deadline 17th August 2014 has now passed
Grant Application Deadline 1st July 2014
Accommodation Deadline 17th August 2014
Date: Monday 15th - Friday 26th September 2014
Location: Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge University
Local Host: Dr N. Nikiforakis
Contact Details for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The academy is designed to provide a basic training in HPC methods to students just beginning their PhD, though we also welcome more mature researchers from any relevant background. The course will cover Basic HPC tools, Programming, Performance Programming, Parrallel Architecures, Shared Variables Parallelism, Message Passing Parallelism and Practical Parallel Programming. Please see the programme for more information.
All participants should preliminary read the follow Matrices and exercises before the course starts on 15th September 2014.
Applying for places:
There will be some grants which will be awarded, students who wish to be considered for a grant should apply before Tuesday 1st July 2014; if your PhD place has not been confirmed by 1st July, we suggest you still apply by this date and include a comment with your application. Applications received after this date will be considered only if places and funding is still available.
If you require College accommodation you need to apply before Sunday 17th August 2014; accommodation might still be available after this date, but cannot be guaranteed.
Announcements of grant decision will be made by Saturday 2nd August 2014.
Applications for a place on the Autumn Academy submitted after Sunday 17th August will be considered but places cannot be guaranteed.
The final date for applications for the Autumn Academy will be Sunday 31st August 2014
To register for the Autumn Academy please use this registration form.
Centre for Mathematical Sciences Cambridge