Introduction to parallel programming
Courses lectured over several afternoons will give an introduction to parallel programming.
All courses are free of charge.
All lectures are held in English.
All courses are held twice every year (February and September).
Registration: Send an e-mail to: email@example.com
(Please add your NTNU User Name in the Registration Email, and use your NTNU email address)
- A walk through of cluster architectures. Amdahl's vs Gustafsons law. Simple MPI-calls, programs with MPI-collective
- OpenMP Programming for CPU and hybrid programming (MPI/OpenMP).
- MPI: Programming examples and Algorithms .
- (Only in February) Parallel Matlab programming and distributed Matlab using MPI.
The MPI course consists of two parts: an introduction to MPI and a second part that covers a lot of the examples from the IBM's Redbook "Practical MPI programming", Practical MPI Programming - IBM Redbook
Remember to bring your own laptop.
NB! You can also use windows command prompt (click on start->cmd)
Date and place
Date: February 2023
(Use the smart phone app MazeMap for navigation)
Registration: (see above)
|Feb 07||15:15||~3hrs||L10||Introduction to Linux on Idun, Optional, very elementary, mostly for newcomers to "command line" linux||Egil Holvik (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Feb 08||15:15||~3hrs||L11||Introduction to parallel programming||Jan Christian Meyer (email@example.com)|
|Feb 09||15:15||~4hrs||L10||Introduction to OpenMP programming part 1, with exercises in C and Fortran||John Floan (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
OpenMP part 2. Hybrid programming OpenMP and MPI, with exercises (C and Fortran)
|John Floan (email@example.com)|
|Feb 15||15:15||~3hrs||L11||MPI: Programming and Algorithms||Henrik Nagel (firstname.lastname@example.org)|