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HPC-Europa2 TAM tutorial: Advanced MPI

Message-passing interface (MPI) is still the parallel programming model on parallel computers of all scales. This tutorial will cover several advanced features of MPI that may help users program such machines and architectures effectively and enables higher level of programming. Topics to be covered include user-defined communicators and datatypes, process topologies, and more exotic communication modes. The aim is that the attendees will obtain from the tutorial an understanding of how to use these features of MPI and guidelines on how they might perform on different platforms and architectures.

This tutorial is part of the TAM2010 meeting of the HPC-Europa2 project.

Program

9.00-9.00 Lecture I: Communicators and topologies
10.30-10.45 Coffee break
10.45-12.15 Lecture II: User-defined datatypes, communication modes and more
12.15-13.00 Lunch
13.00-15.00 Hands-on exercises

Date: 15.06.2010 09:00 - 15:00
Location: Premises of CSC at Keilaranta 14, Espoo, Finland.
Language: English
Lecturers: Pekka Manninen, Sebastian von Alfthan
Price:
  • 50 euros + VAT (24%) for Finnish academics
  • 150 euros + VAT (24%) for others
The fee covers course materials, lunches as well as morning and afternoon coffees. "Finnish academics" refers to the employees and students of Finnish universities regardless their nationality.

Registration

Registration has expired 10.06.2010 15:00
There is a limited number of seats available. In the case of too many registrants, people who have taken part on the HPC-Europa2 programme are prioritized.

Additional information

For further information, please contact Antti Pursula (antti.pursula at csc.fi).

HPC-Europa2: EC-funded collaborative research visits and access to some of Europe's biggest supercomputers. For scientists of all levels, in all disciplines, from all EU-states.