The list below shows the currently scheduled ARCHER courses. Please follow the links in the list to find out more about the courses and to register.
If you would like us to provide a course on a particular topic and/or in a particular location then please contact us via the ARCHER helpdesk.
Individual links to course provide more details on the content and prerequisites. Click Register to sign up for a particular course.
|Supercomputing provided by EPCC with PRACE||Running now||Online MOOC||Join: Free|
|eCSE05-05 Webinar: Open source exascale multi-scale framework for the UK solid mechanics community||Wednesday 29th March 15:00||Online||More info|
|Single-Sided PGAS Communications Libraries||27-28 March 2017||Warwick||Register|
|Efficient Parallel IO on ARCHER||29-30 March 2017||Durham||Register|
|Shared-Memory Programming with OpenMP||29-31 March 2017||Southampton||Register|
|Programming the Manycore Knights Landing Processor||3-4 April 2017||Leeds||Register|
|Hands-on Porting and Optimisation Workshop: Making the most of ARCHER||4 April 2017||Birmingham||Register|
|Message-Passing Programming with MPI||19-21 April 2017||Southampton||Register|
|Introduction to Scientific Programming with Python †||24-25th April 2017||Swansea||Register †|
|Software Carpentry||9-10 May 2017||Edinburgh||Register|
|Data Carpentry||11-12 May 2017||Edinburgh||Register|
|Scientific Computing||31st May, 7th, 14th & 21st June 2017||Edinburgh
|Data Analytics with HPC †||29-30 June 2017||Portsmouth||Register †|
The following courses are provisional and details of dates and locations may be subject to change.
|ARCHER Summer School 2017|
|• Hands-on Introduction to HPC||10-11 July 2017||Edinburgh|
|• Message-passing Programming with MPI||12-14 July 2017||Edinburgh|
|Introduction to Scientific Programming with Python||London|
Courses marked with † are fully booked but please complete the registration form to be added to the waiting list.
Eligibility for training
ARCHER courses are free to all academics.
If you are from a commercial organisation and wish to attend a particular course or arrange training at your site by the EPCC team then please contact the ARCHER Training Administrator.
On Successful completion of the ARCHER Driving Test you will be invited to apply for an account on ARCHER with 1200 kAUs (80,000 core-hours) to use over 12 months, enabling you to put your skills into practice.