Two Days of Intel® Xeon Phi™ Programming Training at KU

Posted on March 19, 2015

Registration is now open for two days of FREE, in-depth Intel® Xeon Phi™ parallel programming training. The training sessions will take place April 13-14 at the University of Kansas. For more information, visit http://goo.gl/uKrl4D

If you plan on attending both sessions, you must register separately for each session. To attend the 2nd day, the first day is required.

The first day of training is open to ANYONE and is a full day of introductory presentations.
First Day Training: CDT 101
Date: Monday April 13 2015
Registration: 9:00am
Presentation: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Skill level: Open to ANYONE (limited to seating capacity of 96)
Location: Apollo Auditorium, Nichols Hall
University of Kansas, Lawrence KS
Equipment: None required
Meals: Lunch will be provided
Register for day 1: http://goo.gl/9INdN4

The second day is OPTIONAL and is a HANDS-ON training directed at SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS or users who want to write or optimize code to run on Intel Phi’s.
Second Day Training: CDT 102
Date: Tuesday April 14 2015
Registration: 9:00am
Hands-On Training: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Skill Level limited capacity to ensure one-on-one interaction
Location: Auditorium 212, Price Computer Center
University of Kansas, Lawrence KS
Equipment: Laptop is required, preferably with a wired ethernet
connection
Meals: Lunch will be provided
Register for day 2: http://goo.gl/Kvd7wD

Maps, parking, directions, and course abstracts can be found on the registration pages.

Intel is offering an updated and expanded series of software developer trainings in parallel programming using theIntel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor.

This series of offerings provides software developers the foundation needed for modernizing their codes to extract more of the parallel compute performance potential found in both Intel ® Xeon ® processors and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors.

The courses contain materials and practical exercises appropriate for developers beginning their journey to parallel programming, as well as provide cutting-edge detail to HPC experts on the best practices for Intel’s multicore and many-core architectures and software development tools.

Anyone is welcome, sysadmins, application engineers, researchers, but the training is focused towards software developers.

Contact Dan Voss, Director of Research Computing at the University of Kansas, with any questions you have.

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