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Introduction to Gadi - part 1

Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical...

Keywords: HPC, supercomputer

Resource type: tutorial

Introduction to Gadi - part 1 https://staging.dresa.org.au/materials/introduction-to-gadi-part-i Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical modelling. Introduction to Gadi - Part 1 is designed for new users, or users that want a refresher on the basics of Gadi. To register for this training, click here: https://bit.ly/IntroGadi1 If you have any questions regarding this training, please contact training.nci@anu.edu.au. training.nci@anu.edu.au National Computational Infrastructure HPC, supercomputer ugrad masters phd mbr ecr researcher support
Introduction to Gadi - Part 2

Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical...

Keywords: HPC, supercomputer

Resource type: tutorial

Introduction to Gadi - Part 2 https://staging.dresa.org.au/materials/introduction-to-gadi-part-2 Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical modelling. Introduction to Gadi - Part 2 naturally follows on from Part 1, and is designed for beginners or users looking for a refresher on Gadi basics. To register for this training, click here: https://bit.ly/IntroGadi2 training.nci@anu.edu.au HPC, supercomputer ugrad masters mbr phd ecr researcher
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  • NCI TechTake

    27 April - 30 November 2021

    NCI TechTake https://staging.dresa.org.au/events/nci-techtake NCI Presents: TechTake is an exciting opportunity for international computational and data science leaders to discuss and demonstrate how technology supports research. Taking place on the last Tuesday of each month, this event will run online in order to reach diverse audiences across the globe and from all fields. TechTake is designed to prompt engaging and in-depth conversations about both the current state and potential futures of technology to broaden and deepen understanding. 2021-04-27 09:00:00 UTC 2021-11-30 17:00:00 UTC National Computational Infrastructure Canberra, Australia Canberra Australia 2600 National Computational Infrastucture training.nci@anu.edu.au [] researchers 1000 webinar open_to_all HPCresearchsoftwareData