We regularly organize HPC cluster courses in collaboration with the RUG CIT. Courses are not scheduled in fixed intervals, but based on demand: send us an email if you are interested in the next edition.
- Half day course usually 13:00 - 17:00
- Target Audience: Anyone who needs more computing power than their personal laptop can provide and
- either works in research at the UMCG or LifeLines
- or works in diagnostics at the UMCG Genetics dept.
- Course is free of charge, but registration is required as seats are limited and accounts need to be arranged in time.
This course will cover:
- Linux basics
- Using the SLURM job scheduler
- Differences between the Peregrine cluster (RUG research), the Calculon cluster (UMCG/LifeLines Research) and the Zinc-Finger & Leucine-Zipper clusters (Genome Diagnostics).
- Best practices on the Calculon or Zinc-Finger and Leucine-Zipper clusters.
- it will cover the details of the Calculon, Zinc-Finger and Leucine-Zipper clusters and that
- it will be hosted on site @ the UMCG.
Course material (slides + exercises) is available on the Peregrine Wiki
The last course was scheduled for:
Friday afternoon November 06 2015 • 13:00 - 17:00 UMCG • Onderwijs Centrum (OC) • lokaal 17