Parallel Programming Course at EMBL
Ralph.Heinkel at emu.EMBL-Heidelberg.DE
Thu Jan 4 23:22:00 EST 1996
As part of the Supercomputing Resource for Molecular Biology
programme, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg is
offering training courses in
Parallel Programming and High Performance Computing
to European researchers in molecular biology.
Participants will receive instruction in writing message passing and
data parallel programs using PVM, MPI and Fortran90/HPF. General
tuning and performance optimization techniques, suitable for today's
high performance RISC microprocessors, will also be covered. All
topics are complemented by hands-on training sessions, using the
parallel supercomputer facilities at EMBL-Heidelberg.
This course is open to European Molecular Biologists at the advanced
post-graduate level with research interests in sequence analysis,
image processing, structural refinement, protein design and molecular
Visitors from EU and associated countries will have travel and
accomodation expenses funded by an EU HCM/ALSI grant. Visitors from
other EMBL member states will be supported by funds from EMBL.
The next course is scheduled for the week of 19 - 23 February 1996.
There is a limited number of openings. Applications should be
received no later than Monday 8 January 1996.
For information and an application form, visit our web page at
For more information about the Supercomputing Resource for Molecular
Biology programme, visit the SRMB web page at
Or write to us at:
Biological Structures and Biocomputing Programme
European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Phone: +49 6221 387 271
Fax: +49 6221 387 306
Email: SRMBadmin at EMBL-Heidelberg.de
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