ENCCS/EXCELLERAT – Training on Nek5000

Online

In this one-day training, we will give an overview of the capabilities and features of Nek5000, together with a hands-on session to install, run and postprocess some comparably simple flow cases. Nek5000 is a spectral-element based solver for CFD, and is available as an open source package. The code has become popular among researchers worldwide, mainly because of its relatively high accuracy per grid point, its parallel efficiency and the wide user community and available packages (e.g. statistics, linear stability, adjoints etc.).

Free

ONLINE PATC: OpenFOAM training workshop

Online

This workshop will cover all foundational aspects of OpenFOAM, including an introduction to OpenFOAM enviroment as well as running on HPC resources.  It will be useful for new users to broaden their basic knowledge of OpenFOAM.

Free

GROMACS Workshop – ENCCS/CSC/BioExcel

Online

This course gives advanced practical tips on how to run GROMACS MD simulations efficiently on modern hardware including both CPUs and GPUs. In addition to speeding up MD simulations, also workflow automation, advanced sampling techniques, and future developments are discussed. The course consists of lectures and hands-on exercises. GROMACS will be used in the exercise sessions.

Free

VeloxChem: Quantum Chemistry Towards Pre-exascale and Beyond – ENCCS/PDC

Online

Quantum molecular modeling of complex molecular systems is an indispensable and integrated component in advanced material design, as such simulations provide a microscopic insight into the underlying physical processes. ENCCS and PDC will offer training on using the VeloxChem program package. We will highlight its efficient use on modern HPC architectures, such as the Dardel system at PDC and the pre-exascale supercomputer LUMI, 50% of which is available to academic users of the consortium states, including Sweden and Denmark.

Free

Introduction to Quantum Computing & Hybrid HPC-QC Systems

Online

ENCCS is now joining forces with NordiQuEst to deliver a two-day training workshop covering the fundamentals of quantum computing (QC), including introduction to key concepts: quantum states, qubits, quantum algorithms, QC programming in high-level languages for use cases in optimisation, finance and quantum chemistry followed by testing quantum programs to esure their correctness, overview of the main QC hardware approaches
Integration of QC with classical computing: hybrid classical/quantum algorithms and HPC-QC systems.

The 10th OpenMolcas Developers’ Workshop [Hybrid]

Uppsala university Ångström laboratory, room 80127 (house 8, floor 0), Upssala, Sweden

We are pleased to announce the 10th edition of the OpenMolcas developers' workshop, bringing together the community of developers, users, and anyone else interested in the project. This year the workshop is hosted by the Quantum Chemistry Group at Uppsala University and we are very excited to announce that ENCCS teams up with TREX for the organization, but most importantly will contribute to the scientific part as well!

Intermediate Topics in MPI

Online

This workshop targets programmers in both academia and industry who already have experience with basic MPI and are ready to take the next step to more advanced usage. Topics which will be covered include communicators, groups, derived data types, one-sided communication, non-blocking collectives and hybrid MPI+threading approaches. Lectures will be interleaved with hands-on exercises. All […]

Free

Python for Scientific Computing

Online

The workshop will be streamed via Twitch so that anyone may follow along without registration. However, ENCCS is hosting a Zoom room with expert helpers who will organise breakout rooms and provide hands-on assistance during exercise sessions.

Free

AMD GPU Hackathon

Online

About the event Dardel is a Swedish flagship supercomputer operated by PDC at KTH in Stockholm. It is an HPE Cray EX system with AMD EPYC™ 64 core CPUs and AMD Instinct MI250X GPUs. Compute time on Dardel is available for academic research via NAISS. This hackathon is for teams of research software developers who want to […]

Free

CodeRefinery Online Workshop in Best Practices and Tools for Software Development

Online

This CodeRefinery online workshop will take place for 6 half-days in two instalments, March 21-23 and March 28-30, 2023. In this course, you will become familiar with tools and best practices for version control and reproducibility in modern research software development. The main focus is on using Git for efficiently writing and maintaining research software. We will not teach […]

VASP best practices workshop

Online

About In this NSC NAISS-ENCCS workshop, including seminars and hands-on sessions, we will consider how to run the Vienna Ab-initio Simulation Package (VASP) efficiently on supercomputers. The workshop is mostly suitable for beginners and intermediate users at different stages and the focus will be on best practices for running VASP calculations. The hands-on part will […]

CodeRefinery Best Practices Workshop

Ångström laboratory, Uppsala, Sweden Lägerhyddsvägen 1, Uppsala, Sweden

Do you write code for your research? Do you manage data? Most importantly, are you doing it properly? Has it ever happened to you to have to rewrite or simply copy-paste codes from one folder to another, possibly losing things during the process? Have you ever opened an old code you wrote and had no […]

GPU Programming: Why, When and How?

Online

This is a two day online course given on Friday 9th and Monday 12th of June. On June 16 there will additionally be an optional mini-hackathon event where you are invited to bring your own code, that you want to port to GPUs, and get expert help from mentors. Graphical processing units (GPUs) are the […]

[Webinar] Practical intro to GPU programming in Python and Julia

ENCCS and SciLifeLab are organising a webinar giving an intro on GPU programming in Python and Julia. This event is part of the Tools for AI/ML research in life sciences. Practical information Title: Practical intro to GPU programming in Python & JuliaSpeaker: Yonglei Wang, PhD, Training Coordinator and Research Software Engineer and HPC application expert at ENCCSAbstract: Availability of […]

Space Plasma Simulations with Vlasiator on LUMI Supercomputer (Hybrid event)

Innoversum room at RISE offices Drottning Kristinas väg 61, Stockholm, Sweden

Overview ENCCS comes together with Plasma-PEPSC CoE for the organisations of this hybrid workshop to bring together code developers, researchers, and research software engineers working on plasma science, and create an amazing opportunity for sharing innovative ideas and best practice for potential users to use the Vlasiator package and using its capabilities and assorted tools […]

Free

Efficient materials modelling on HPC with QUANTUM ESPRESSO, SIESTA and Yambo (Online)

Online

This workshop will give a broad overview of important fundamental concepts for molecular and materials modelling on HPC, with a focus on three of the most modern codes for electronic structure calculations (QUANTUM ESPRESSO, SIESTA and Yambo). Participants will put their new knowledge to the test on the Leonardo EuroHPC JU supercomputer (https://leonardo-supercomputer.cineca.eu/hpc-system/) with theory sections and practical demonstrations and hands-on exercises.

Free

N-ways to GPU Programming Bootcamp

The N-Ways to GPU Programming Bootcamp covers the basics of how to use GPUs and provides an overview of different methods for porting scientific application to GPUs using NVIDIA® CUDA®, OpenACC, standard languages, OpenMP offloading, and/or CuPy and Numba.

Tuesday Tools & Techniques for Supercomputing

🗓️ 16, 23 April & 7, 14 May 2024 Do you use supercomputers in your research work? Are you curious about making your computing faster and more efficient? Join us for TTT4HPC: four self-contained episodes on tools and techniques for supercomputing. It is a great chance to enhance your computational skills. What you will learn […]

4th Baltic HPC and Cloud Conference

Welcome to the 4th Baltic HPC and Cloud Conference! About The conference will feature a lot of topics, including talks on innovative uses of HPC and Cloud computing and presentations about HPC/Cloud computing services ranging from EuroHPC supercomputers to Quantum Computing. Historically, the conference was organised by Riga Technical University, HPCEuropa3 project, University of Tartu, […]

Free

Leveraging supercomputers for data-driven life science research: examples from Berzelius

Life science and supercomputing Powerful GPU supercomputers allow us to carry out large-scale life science experiments in a fraction of the time that it would otherwise take. They also allow us to pursue research projects that would otherwise not be possible. Life science researchers at Swedish universities can apply and make use of the Berzelius […]