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  • Research Computing
    RC Environment Using the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example Load Balance IPython Load Balance Tool MPI Compile and Run Matlab on Janus SSH config Simple Test Job Consulting Contact Us Meet Janus Research Computing 1 2 Quick Start Get Help Calendar of Events News and Announcements Spring 2015 CU Boulder Class Current Topics in Computer Science Scientific Visualization Current Topics in Computer Science Scientific Visualization Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium promotes high performance computing throughout region The growth and future applications of supercomputing in industry and education were the spotlight at the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium s RMACC 4 th Join RMACC at SC14 in New Orleans Join the Rocky Mountain Advanced more Events PostgreSQL Introduction Thursday December 4 2014 System Info Upcoming events Dec 03 Planned Maintenance Dec 3 Current Issues There are currently no open issues Resolved Issues Nov 14 Network outage affecting Janus and Lustre Nov

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  • Mailing Lists | Research Computing
    Types Application Guidelines Application Review Allocation Changes HPC Resource Reservation Running Jobs File System and Storage Queues Maintenance Schedule Fixed Allocations Jobs and Queues FAQ Support User Guide Quick Start Basic HPC Concepts Logging In Getting an Allocation Password Authentication Slurm The RC Environment Using the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example Load Balance IPython Load Balance Tool MPI Compile and Run Matlab on Janus SSH config Simple Test Job Consulting Contact Us You are here Home Mailing Lists Mailing Lists There are multiple ways to stay informed and connected to our HPC community RC Community The RC Community list is intended for community oriented postings such as events job offerings seminars free pizza etc https lists rc colorado edu mailman listinfo rc community RC Announce The RC Announce list is way for RC to announce changes to our systems new services etc It is a one way list Emails on

    Original URL path: https://www.rc.colorado.edu/connect/mailinglists (2014-12-03)
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  • Monthly Meetings | Research Computing
    HPC Concepts Logging In Getting an Allocation Password Authentication Slurm The RC Environment Using the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example

    Original URL path: https://www.rc.colorado.edu/connect/monthlymeetings (2014-12-03)
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  • Training | Research Computing
    Allocations Jobs and Queues FAQ Support User Guide Quick Start Basic HPC Concepts Logging In Getting an Allocation Password Authentication Slurm The RC Environment Using the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU

    Original URL path: https://www.rc.colorado.edu/Training (2014-12-03)
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  • About Us | Research Computing
    Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example Load Balance IPython Load Balance Tool MPI Compile and Run Matlab on Janus SSH config Simple Test Job Consulting Contact Us You are here Home About Us About Us The research computing group was created in the Summer of 2010 and is currently located at 3100 Marine Street Boulder CO 80309 in rooms 667 679 The Director of Research Computing is Thomas Hauser Meet the staff and students The group reports to both the Vice Chancellor of Research Stein Sture and the Associate Vice Chancellor of IT and CIO Larry Levine Mission Statement The integration of computing resources software and networking along with data storage information management and human resources to advance scholarship and research is a fundamental goal of cyberinfrastructure CI The mission of the research computing group is to provide leadership in developing deploying and operating such an integrated CI to allow CU Boulder to achieve further preeminence as a research university Research Computing provides services for researchers that include

    Original URL path: https://www.rc.colorado.edu/find-us (2014-12-03)
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  • Director | Research Computing
    the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example Load Balance IPython Load Balance Tool MPI Compile and Run Matlab on Janus SSH

    Original URL path: https://www.rc.colorado.edu/about/director (2014-12-03)
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  • Staff | Research Computing
    anderson colorado edu 303 735 7435 Tim Brown Timothy has extensive programming experience with over 10 years of writing advanced parallel MPI OpenMP pthreads Fortran and C libraries and applications interacting with large datasets through HDF5 and NetCDF routines on parallel file systems Highly experienced in parallel profiling and debugging he possess 7 years in the development and programming of Numerical Weather Prediction and Computational Fluid Dynamics on supercomputers Having taught multiple courses and tutorials in High Performance Computing he is a skilled communicator and collaborator who enjoys challenging projects timothy brown 1 colorado edu 303 497 5579 Joel Frahm Research Computing Consultant Joel s previous position was Director of Computing and Electronics at the CU NIST research institute JILA Possessing a keen interest in science computing and networks Joel has spent his entire professional career at the University of Colorado in Boulder in computing and network support roles including deploying high performance computing and networking to researchers at JILA when HPC was still a young field The Research Computing group presents Joel with the exciting opportunity to help deliver a broad range of HPC resources to the entire CU community and worldwide collaborators joel frahm colorado edu 303 735 3009 Shelley Knuth Shelley is a Senior Data Research Specialist who joined the group to help scientists optimize their research through effective data management skills Shelley s experience is in data management and quality control She earned her PhD in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences in Spring 2014 shelley knuth colorado edu 303 735 3886 Bruce Loftis Bruce has 25 years of high performance scientific computing experience including independent and collaborative research design and implementation of technical support programs technical marketing and software design Technical interests include environmental modeling parallel numerical methods large scale mathematical optimization and large scale distributed applications

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  • Students | Research Computing
    Using the Shell Storage Allocations Compilers and MPI Queues Submitting a Job Submitting Serial Jobs Submitting MPI Jobs Interactive Jobs Job Information File Transfer Scontrol in Detail Advanced Topics Software Software Request Policy Applications Compiled Languages Debugging Profiling Development Libraries Development Tools Interpreted Languages MPI GPU Visualization Utilities Examples Intel MKL Library Job Arrays Job Serialization Example Load Balance IPython Load Balance Tool MPI Compile and Run Matlab on Janus SSH config Simple Test Job Consulting Contact Us You are here Home About Us Students Students Monica Agsam Monica is originally from Melbourne Australia but has lived in Aurora Colorado for the past decade She is sophomore Accounting major in the Leeds School of Business involved in the Leeds Scholars Program and a Pre Law Student Tim Dunn Tim Dunn grew up in Niwot Co He is working on multiple majors in Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology MCDB Applied Math Computer Science and Biochemistry as well as a minor in Atmospheric and Oceanic sciences All this points to his love of high performance scientific computing and most especially scientific visualization He has spent the past decade plus working in the Computer Graphics industry as a Visual Effects TD where he

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