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High Throughput Computing Week

Original Event Webpage: www.nesc.ac.uk/esi/events/831/

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- Day 1 09:35 - What is High-Throughput Computing? Prof Miron Livny PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.77 MB)
- Day 1 10:15 - Grid Computing: A Teaching Discovery. Prof Antonio Mungioli PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.76 MB)
- Day 1 11:30 - eMinerals. Dr Mark Calleja PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.37 MB)
- Day 1 12:00 - Using the Condor system at Cardiff University. Dr Donna Lammie PowerPoint Format [PPT] (4.45 MB)
- Day 1 12:30 - Clemson. Barr von Oehsen [ZIP] (28.84 MB)
- Day 1 14:00 - Commercial use of Condor. Jason Stowe PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.38 MB)
- Day 1 14:30 - Use of Digipede at Barrie & Hibbart. Akash Chopra PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.35 MB)
- Day 2 - Age of Computational Abundance. John Powers PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.51 MB)
- Day 2 - An Introduction to Condor. Todd Tannenbaum PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.56 MB)
- Day 2 - Digipede Handout Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.33 MB)
- Day 2 - High Throughput Computing Digipede Training Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (1.45 MB)
- Day 3 09:15 - Cardiff university: Condor as a Service. James Osborne PowerPoint Format [PPT] (10.21 MB)
- Day 3 09:45 - Cambridge University Campus Grid. Mark Calleja PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.88 MB)
- Day 3 10:15 - Reading University Campus Grid. Christopher Chapman PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.67 MB)
- Day 3 14:00 - Cycle Computing. Jason Stowe PowerPoint Format [PPT] (2.00 MB)
- Day 3 14:30 - Users and requirements of Digipede. Dan Curilli PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.64 MB)
- Day 4 - Blue Gene. Todd Tannenbaum PowerPoint Format [PPT] (1.44 MB)
- Day 4 - OSG - HTC on a national scale. Alain Roy PowerPoint Format [PPT] (3.44 MB)
- Day 4 - Red Hat. Todd Tannenbaum PowerPoint Format [PPT] (0.14 MB)
- Report Adobe PDF Format [PDF] (0.09 MB)
Last Updated: 22 Jun 12 11:02
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