Online CourseIntroduction to LRZ HPC Systems with Focus on CFD Workflows
Numberhcfd4w20
Places available10
Date10.02.2021 – 10.02.2021
Price€ 0.00
PlaceONLINE


Room
Registration deadline03.02.2021 23:55
E-maileducation@lrz.de

Contents

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.

Prerequisites

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.

Hands-On

None

Content Level

The content level of the course is broken down as:

Beginner's content:

2,5h

100%

Intermediate content:

0,0h

0%

Advanced content:

0,0h

0%

Community-targeted content:

0,0h

0%

Language

English

Lecturer

Dr.-Ing. habil. Thomas Frank (LRZ)

Prices and Eligibility

The course is free of charge for people from academia and industry from EU or PRACE member countries.

Registration

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.

Withdrawal Policy

See Withdrawal.

Legal Notices

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No.DateTimeLeaderLocationRoomDescription
110.02.202114:00 – 16:30Thomas FrankONLINE
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