ASU Research Computing will be sponsoring a two-day expo to prepare students, staff and faculty to use the ASU supercomputer. The intent of this Expo is to inspire and motivate our research community to use Research Computing’s supercomputing systems and to showcase the important applications of these powerful resources.
This event will include in-depth & interactive training for vital topics such as using the web portal, the Linux command line, the software module system, job submission, job benchmarking, job profiling, job monitoring, tools for submitting a large number of jobs, as well as how to leverage hardware such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and high memory nodes.
This year, the Research Computing Expo will feature Keynote Speaker John Gustafson, an American computer scientist and businessman, chiefly known for his work in high-performance computing such as the invention of Gustafson’s Law, introducing the first commercial computer cluster, measuring with QUIPS, leading the reconstruction of the Atanasoff-Berry Computer and several awards for computer speedup.
Questions? Please contact Research Computing at email@example.com.