External Events

ENCCS has a network of partners that provide high-quality HPC training events. Check our suggestions below.

21 October 2020

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use Transformer-based natural language processing models for text classification tasks, such as categorizing documents.

11 November 2020

This workshop explores how convolutional and recurrent neural networks can be combined to generate effective descriptions of content within images and video clips.

25 November 2020

The CUDA computing platform enables the acceleration of CPU-only applications to run on the world’s fastest massively parallel GPUs. Upon completion, you’ll be able to accelerate and optimize existing C/C++ CPU-only applications using the most essential CUDA tools and techniques.

2 December 2020

This workshop explores how to use Numba—the just-in-time, type-specializing Python function compiler—to accelerate Python programs to run on massively parallel NVIDIA GPUs.

30 November – 2 December, 2020

Are you employed to develop software for research? Or are you simply spending more time developing software than conducting research? Then you have much in common with a growing international network of research software engineers, RSEs. The Nordic-RSE initiative aims to build a community of RSEs in the Nordics, plan meetings and workshops where knowledge can be shared, organize a conference biannually, and provide assistance in starting local RSE groups or hiring RSE staff in Nordic universities.

26-27 January 2021

The objective of this course is to give an overview of the COMPSs programming model, which is able to exploit the inherent concurrency of sequential applications and execute them in a transparent manner to the application developer in distributed computing platform.

For more events, visit our partners below.

The mission of PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe) is to enable high-impact scientific discovery and engineering research and development across all disciplines to enhance European competitiveness for the benefit of society.

The Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) offers research communities training and education related to the use of SNIC resources. This includes organizing training events and providing online material and documentation.

CodeRefinery organizes a roadshow of hands-on interactive three-day workshops across the Nordics with type-along presentations and live coding, where short tutorials alternate with practical exercises.

SeSE (Swedish e-Science Education) provides basic training in fields where the use of e-Science is emerging and where education can have an immense impact on the research, but also advanced training for students in fields that are already computer-intensive