Seminar/Workshop:  March 21 – March 25, 2011
Aachen, Germany

This event is now over, but the course material is available on the Seminar website.

This year’s seminar will include a special introduction session on Monday to present the new HPC-cluster to be delivered by Bull. During the remainder of the week, we will cover Serial Programming, Tuning, Debugging and Processor Architectures (Tuesday), Shared Memory Programming with OpenMP (Wednesday), Message Passing with MPI (Thursday) and GPGPU Programming on Friday. Some of these lectures will feature hands-on sessions.

Attendees should be comfortable with C/C++ or Fortran programming and interested in learning more about the technical details of application tuning and parallelization on their favored platform (Windows or Linux). The presentations will be given in English.

Dieter an Mey (RWTH), Thomas Warschko (Bull), Herbert Cornelius (Intel), Jean-Pierre Panziera (Bull), Christian Bischof (RWTH) and Felix Wolf (German Research School for Simulation Science) for our Monday event. The remainder of the week will be covered by Ruud van der Pas (Oracle), Michael Wolfe (PGI) and speakers of the HPC Team of the RWTH Aachen University.

The seminar is free. Allocation is on a first come, first served basis, as we are limited in
capacity. Please register separately for any session you intend to participate. Go to: for more information.

The event is sponsored by: Intel, Microsoft and Bull