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- Programming Seminars (FY 2017)
Programming Seminars (FY 2017)
Users of the large-scale computer system of this center, faculties, graduate and undergraduate students.
Note: Supercomputer is under the scope of the Export Administration Regulations. Therefore, these seminars are also restricted under the Foreign Exchange Laws and related laws. For more information, see "Rules for Use of Supercomputers for Foreign Nationals and Japanese Nationals Residing Overseas".
Allowed number of applicants:
Basically, the first 20 applicants will be accepted. The seminar may be canceled if the number of applicants does not reach 5. So you are encouraged to find other people who apply for the seminar together.
Time and venue of the programming seminar:
Basically the seminar takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Terminals Room on the third floor of the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University (North bldg.).
How to apply for the seminar:
Apply for the seminar at the website of "Event・Lectures Information". The application period is from one month before to two days before the seminar. (If the deadline falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the previous non-holiday becomes the deadline.
Inquiry about application to seminars:
Programming seminar representative, Information Management and Communication Dept., Kyoto Univ.
Email: comp-info * kudpc.kyoto-u.ac.jp (Please replace * with @ in your email.)
|No.||Title||Date||Seminar content||Seminar material *4|
|1||Introduction to UNIX/Linux||Friday, May 12||Lecture and hands-on training on basic ways of using UNIX and Linux||Download|
|2||Introduction to Fortran||Friday, May 19||Lecture and hands-on training on the programming and the Fortran language||Download|
|3||Basics of supercomputer system *1||Thursday, May 25||Lecture on how to use the supercomputer, and the basics and the tuning of programming on the large scale parallel computation||Download|
|4||Introduction to XeonPhi programming||Friday, May 26||Lecture and hands-on training on XeonPhi programming||Download|
|5||Basics and applications of IDL *2||Thursday, June 1||Lecture and hands-on training on IDL, a data visualization language||*5|
|6||Basics and applications of ENVI *2||Friday, June 2||Lecture and hands-on training on ENVI, a remote sensing analysis software||*5|
|7||Basics of AVS||Thursday, June 8||Lecture and hands-on training on basics of AVS, a visualization system||*5|
|8||Applications of AVS||Friday, June 9||Lecture and hands-on training on applications of AVS, a visualization system||*5|
|9||Introduction to ADAMS||Thursday, June 15||Lecture and hands-on training on ADAMS, a mechanism analysis software||*5|
|10||Introduction to Nastran/Patran||Friday, June 16||Lecture and hands-on training on Patran, a visualization analysis software; and NASTRAN, a data analysis system||*5|
|11||Introduction to Marc||Thursday, June 22||Lecture and hands-on training on MARC, a nonlinear generic structural analysis program||*5|
|12||Introduction to SAS *3||10:00 - 17:00
Friday, June 23
|Lecture and hands-on training on SAS, statistical analysis software||*5|
|13||Introduction to Gaussian||Thursday, June 29||Lecture on Gaussian, a non-empirical Molecular Orbital Method Calculation program, and some hands-on training||*5|
|14||Introduction to MOPAC||Friday, June 30||Lecture and hands-on training on MOPAC, a semi-empirical Molecular Orbital Method||*5|
|15||Introduction to LS-DYNA||Thursday, July 6||Lecture and hands-on training on use of LS-DYNA, a nonlinear dynamic structural analysis software||*5|
|16||Introduction to programming numerical analysis(NAG)||Friday, July 7||Lecture and hands-on training on programming numerical analysis using the NAG Fortran Library||Download|
|17||Introductory course of parallel programming||Thursday, September 21 - Friday, September 22 (Two consecutive days)||Lecture on basics and tuning of parallel programming||Download|
|18||Cray XC40 Programming Seminar *6||Monday, October 2||Lecture on the Cray XC40 programming environment||*5|
*1 At Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University, South bldg., Lecture Room 201; The Seminar will be limited to 50 participants.
*2 Use of ENVI/IDL requires your acceptance of the End User License Agreement ("EULA") and the U.S. Export control, because it is restricted under laws and regulations regarding Export Control of the U.S. For more information, see the "Information for Using ENVI/IDL".
*3 Seminar hours are from 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
*4 Your user account and password are required to download the seminar materials. Copying, duplicating, recreating, posting, forwarding, distribution, or secondary utilization of the seminar materials are prohibited.
*5 The seminar materials used at the programming seminar are available on a first-come, first-served basis at Research Information Section. Contact Inter/Intra University Services Section. (Please note that only a limited number of materials are available.)
*6 At Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University, North bldg., 404 Conference Room ; The Seminar will be limited to 50 participants.