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Pawsey Supercomputing Centre offers a series of training courses every year. These courses range from introductory sessions on Pawsey, Supercomputing, Cloud computing and Linux, to more advanced sessions on MPI, OpenMP and GPU programming. Courses on visualisation and data are offered as well. To find out more details on the course descriptions, please visit Pawsey User Portal.

The schedule of training is usually published for the whole year at the beginning of each year, but dates and venues may be subject to change. Please come back here again and check on the status as it gets closer to the dates.

All Pawsey events, including the trainings listed here, are also made available on the Events page and circulated around through the Pawsey Friends mailing list — subscribe here to keep updated!

2017 Training Calendar

13-15 February Pawsey User Training — Introductory and Intermediate Course
13-17 March Pawsey User Training — Introductory, Intermediate and Developer Course
8-10 May Pawsey User Training — Introductory and Intermediate Course
10-12 July
11-15 September Pawsey User Training — Introductory, Intermediate and Developer Course
13-15 November Pawsey User Training — Introductory and Intermediate Course

Note: The above calendar is provisional and the dates and venues may be subject to change. Please visit this page again as it gets nearer to the dates.

2016 Training Calendar

8-9 February Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training
14-16 March Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training
11-13 May Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training
11-13 July Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training
14-15 July Developer Supercomputing Training
12-14 September Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training
7-9 November Introductory and Intermediate Supercomputing Training

Note: The above calendar is provisional and the dates and venues may be subject to change. Please visit this page again as it gets nearer to the dates.

Download Course Materials

To download materials for the courses on offer, please visit the Pawsey User Portal.

Who Should Attend?

  • The target Audience is current and future users of Pawsey’s computational resources, particularly the supercomputers.
  • Attendees need to have computer literacy.
  • ***To attend Developer courses you should be experienced with programming in C/C++ or Fortran.
  • The Introduction to Linux session is strongly recommended for those who are not familiar with Linux.

The training courses that the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre regularly gives to academia are also available to industry and government. We are also able to provide tailored courses at customer premises where there is interest from a larger group of people.

For more information, please email: help@pawsey.org.au