Foundations for Research Computing provides informal training for Columbia University graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to develop fundamental skills for harnessing computation: core languages and libraries, software development tools, best practices, and computational problem-solving. Topics are covered from across the spectrum, from beginner to advanced. Beyond training, the Foundations program aims to create a computational community at Columbia, bringing disparate researchers together with the common thread of computation.
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Columbia University CUIT HPC team and Intel hosted a series of training sessions in August 2023. Intel Tuesdays consisted of five consecutive live sessions covering Intel's OneAPI toolkit.
Session 1: Intel Distribution for Python – August 1st
Session 2: Intel MPI – August 8th
Session 3: Intel C++ DPC++ Compiler, ICX – August 15th
Session 4: Intel Fortran Compiler, IFX – August 22nd
Session 5: Intel Math Kernel Library oneMKL – August 29th