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Introduction to Deep-Learning

Online

The use of Deep Learning has seen a sharp increase of popularity and applicability over the last decade. While Deep Learning can be a useful tool for researchers from a wide range of domains, taking the first steps in the world of Deep Learning can be somewhat intimidating. This introduction aims to cover the basics of Deep Learning in a practical and hands-on manner, so that upon completion, you will be able to train your first neural network and understand what next steps to take to improve the model.

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

Advanced Deep Learning with Transformers – ENCCS/RISE

Online

In recent years, Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) and Transformers have led to numerous breakthrough achievements in a variety of fields such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), chemistry, and physics. By doing away with the need for fixed-size inputs, these architectures significantly extend the scope of problems in which deep learning can be applied.

Free

SYCL Workshop

Online

SYCL is a C++ abstraction layer for programming heterogeneous hardware with a single-source approach. SYCL is high-level, cross-platform, and extends standard ISO C++17. You will learn to:

Free

Upscaling A.I. Workflows

Online

In this workshop, we overview the basics of Docker and Singularity. (Working knowledge of Singularity as given in the workshop (https://www.uppmax.uu.se/support/courses-and-workshops/singularity-workshop-announcement) is desirable.) Distributed training using TensorFlow and Horovod frameworks on a supercomputer will be covered. Moreover, it will be shown how to use Singularity containers in conjunction with TensorFlow and Horovod to upscale an AI app.

High Performance Data Analytics in Python

Online

This online workshop is meant to give an overview of working with research data in Python using general libraries for storing, processing, analysing and sharing data. The focus is on improving performance. After covering tools for performant processing (netcdf, numpy, pandas, scipy) on single workstations the focus shifts to parallel, distributed and GPU computing (snakemake, numba, dask, multiprocessing, mpi4py).

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

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