|Online Course||Introduction to LRZ HPC Systems with Focus on CFD Workflows|
|Date||08.09.2021 – 08.09.2021|
|Registration deadline||02.09.2021 23:55|
Attention: The course was originally planned on 15 Sept 2021 and had to be rescheduled to 8 Sept 2021
The focus of this short course is to provide to beginners in High Performance Computing (HPC) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) a crash course like introduction to the following essential knowledge:
- Introduction to the LRZ Linux Cluster Systems and computing environment
- Introduction to a typical user environment on LRZ Linux Cluster systems
- Linux terminal access and file transfer tools
- Usage of the module system
- The batch queuing or scheduling system SLURM
- Introduction to a typical CFD-oriented workflow on the example of ANSYS CFD and StarCCM+
- Aspects of licensing of commercial CFD software at LRZ
- Q & A
Contents are subject to modifications.
This course is addressed to young scientists, PHD students and under-graduate students (Master level) with so far limited to no experience with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), but with the aim to use in future the High-Performance Computing (HPC) resources of the LRZ for their fluid mechanics oriented research. For this introductory course no further pre-existing HPC knowledge is required.
The content level of the course is broken down as:
Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Frank (LRZ)
Prices and Eligibility
The course is open and free of charge for people from academia from the Member States (MS) of the European Union (EU) and Associated Countries to the Horizon 2020 programme.
Please register with your official e-mail address to prove your affiliation. Following your successful registration, you will receive further information approx. 2 weeks before the course.
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|1||08.09.2021||14:00 – 17:00||Thomas Frank||ONLINE||Lecture|