This event is a free, hands-on, interactive workshop that provides a pragmatic introduction to GNU/Linux and the command line (CLI).
Storage systems at the RCC continue to evolve and improve. Druing this Lunch and Learn, we will provide a summary of the following:
MATLAB users can take advantage of several advanced techniques to get the most from their code by using RCC MATLAB resources. This workshop will cover some advanced techniques for using MATLAB at the RCC.
The RCC offers MATLAB for general use on many of our systems, making it easy to connect and use it without obtaining a personal copy. This workshop will cover the basics of using MATLAB at the RCC.
New to the HPC? Want to learn how to submit jobs, manage them, and generally use the HPC Cluster? This workshop covers the basics.
Our Profiling workshop is a free, two-part interactive workshop that aims to familiarize attendees with code profiling and tracking tool TAU on the HPC and how to use it.
In this session, DataDirect, our storage vendor for the NoleStor system, will be joining us to present.
In this session, Donny Shrum will cover the basics of a brand new service we offering at HPC: Galaxy.
Our "Introduction to Linux for HPC" series is a free, four-part interactive workshop that provides a pragmatic introduction to GNU/Linux and the command line.
In this session, Casey McLaughlin will go over several techniques for moving data to and from our storage systems, and sharing data with colleagues both at FSU and at other institution
Join us for a workshop: Optimizing and Accelerating Your MATLAB Code