Training

Training with SES

SES hosts training and development events every year, supporting on-going knowledge sharing from experts with in-depth understanding and practical experience of RDM in academia.  In 2015 we held two key events:

  1. RDM for researchers (April)
  2. Big Data: Innovation in Analysis, Usability and Curation (September)

 

Find out about our Big Data Event

Institutional Training

SES members offer internal HPC and training services in addition to the regional systems. Training events are often developed for university researchers to address specific needs – for more information, please go to Research Data Management. For current training opportunities, please visit events.

UCL

UCL Research IT Services Department provide HPC training and support to meet the needs of both novice and expert users. Every term UCL runs the following courses:  Introduction to High Performance and High Throughput Computing, Software Carpentry and Introductory Unix. The team have also started running an Intro to Research Programming with Python every term this academic year in partnership with the UCL Graduate School. They also collaborate with UCL’s Doctoral Training Centres to deliver teaching in core computational skills. The EPCC and UCL will be hosting an HPC training event in London shortly.

Oxford

Oxford Advanced Research Computing (ARC) offers a range of courses through the universities central training route. Each year they host a 4 day Parallel Programming: Coding for Modern HPC Architectures course. Each year a CUDA Programming Course on NVidia GPUs is offered in July. The CUDA Centre of Excellence was awarded in 2012 in recognition of its on-going work in parallel computing research and education using NVidia GPUs and NVidia CUDA parallel programming environment.

Southampton

Southampton hosts the CDT in Next Generation Computational Modelling which runs a Summer Academy in June. This covers HPC topics including GPU and Xeon Phi programming, visualization and cloud computing, and more. This is linked to the Computational Modelling Group which hosts events throughout the year, supporting the understanding and advancement of a range of fields through the application of computational methods and simulation tools.

External Training