The Advanced Research Computing facility (ARC) is a central resource available to researchers in any division or department of the University who need high performance computing (HPC). It is running a number of training courses during Hilary Term to help you to get the best out of the systems that it provides.
Introduction to the Advanced Research Computing (ARC) Facility (to be run twice)
Tues 19 Jan; 13.30-16.00
Tues 16 Feb; 13.00-16.00
Effective cluster use for non-programmers
Tues 26 Jan; 10.00-16.00
Coding for modern HPC architectures (4-session course)
Tues 2 Feb, 9 Feb, 23 Feb, 1st Mar; 10.00-16.00
Statistical learning for data science – basic techniques using R (4-session course)
Mon 1 Feb, 8 Feb, 15 Feb, 22 Feb; 9.30-11.30
All courses will be held in the Oxford eResearch Centre, 7 Keble Road.
For further information, visit the training page on the ARC website.