Location: Searle 240A
The University of Chicago has a Cray XE6 supercomputer named Beagle. In order to facilitate the utilization of this new resource as easy as possible, the Computation Institute will be offering an introductory class about Beagle. In the spirit of providing computation as a service, the class will assume very little knowledge about how to work on this type of computer and no question will be considered too trivial or basic to be addressed. Users are welcome to request specific topics such as discussing how to utilize a specific tool.
RSVP is required. If you would like to attend, send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org, preferably with the following subject line: Introduction to Beagle presentation, May 28 @ Searle (Please include the name(s) of attendee(s)).
More details about the training can be found on the Beagle website.