This tutorial is an introduction to deep learning concepts, tools, and methods; and how they can be used on TACC resources.  Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed to registrants after registration closes at 12 PM CT, March 11th.

This tutorial is an introduction to machine learning concepts, tools, and methods; and how they can be used on TACC resources. Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed to registrants after registration closes at 12 PM CT, March 4th.

MPL is a message passing library written in C++11 based on the Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard. MPL's focus lies on the MPI core message passing functions, ease of use, type safety, and elegance. 

This library is most useful for developers who have at least some basic knowledge of the Message Passing Interface and would like to utilize it via a more user-friendly interface.

https://github.com/rabauke/mpl/blob/master/README.md

The course will be presented via webcast.  Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed to registrants after registration closes at 12 PM CT, February 24th.

C++ can be considered as a superset of C, but this view often leads to un-idiomatic C++ programming. In this short course, we both show the new mechanisms of C++, and we explain what C mechanisms, while available, should no longer be used. The course will be presented via webcast.  Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed to registrants after registration closes at 12 PM CT, February 17th.

This tutorial will cover the fundamentals of using Linux and Linux-like systems on HPC systems. Topics include an introduction to the shell and basic commands related to file and process management. The course will be presented via webcast.  Instructions for accessing the webcast will be emailed to registrants after registration closes at 12 PM CT, February 9th.