Introduction into MPI programming in Delft NL , February 17

On February 17, 2012 the Department of Applied Mathematics in cooperation with the Department of Computational Science and Engineering from the University of Delft (Netherlands) will organize again a one-day MPI course for beginners with some basic knowledge of a C-like programming language (e.g. Java, C++). This will be the 2nd time we’ll give this (renewed) course and we thought it might be interesting also for (Dutch or European) readers on this CUDA forum.

You’ll learn the basics of how to use the OpenMPI version of MPI to tackle simple mathematical problems in a labroom equipped with about 15 Linux computers. Also several general concepts and problems of Parallel Programming will be discussed and studied in simple examples, such as dead-locking , bandwidth versus latency, debugging, profiling, speedup analysis etc.

Admission will be 200,- , including lunch and course material.

More information : -> MPI course.

Kees Vuik & Kees Lemmens.