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Extreme-Scale Computing Program Seeks Applications for 2021


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ATPESC participants

ATPESC topics will include computer architectures, tools for applications, performance measurement, debugging tools, and other topics.

Credit: Argonne National Laboratory

Applications are now being accepted for ATPESC 2021, the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing, a two-week training program that teaches doctoral students, postdocs, and computational scientists the key skills, approaches, and tools needed to work with current leadership-class supercomputers and next-generation exascale machines.

"The ATPESC curriculum covers a broad set of topics, filling in gaps and providing a solid basis to support . . .  future work," says Ray Loy, ATPESC program director.

More than 70 participants will benefit from lectures and hands-on training sessions provided by renowned computer scientists and HPC experts from U.S. national laboratories, universities, and industry.

Interested parties can apply at https://extremecomputingtraining.anl.gov by March 1.

From Argonne National Laboratory
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