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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Python in HPC

SESSION: Python in HPC

EVENT TYPE: Tutorials

TIME: 8:30AM - 5:00PM

ROOM:383-84-85

ABSTRACT:

The Python ecosystem empowers the HPC community with a stack of tools
that are not only powerful but a joy to work with. It is consistently
one of the top languages in HPC with a growing vibrant community of
open source tools. Proven to scale on the world's largest clusters, it
is a language that has continued to innovate with a wealth of new data
tools.

This tutorial will survey the state of the art tools and techniques
used by HPC Python experts throughout the world. The first half of the
day will include an introduction to the standard toolset used in HPC
Python and techniques for speeding Python and using legacy codes
by wrapping Fortan and C. The second half of the day will include
discussion on using Python in a distributed workflow via MPI and tools
for handling large scale visualizations.

Students should be familiar with basic Python syntax, we recommend the
Python 2.7 tutorial on python.org. We will include hands-on
demonstrations of building simulations, wrapping low-level code,
executing on a cluster via MPI, and use of visualization tools. Examples
for a range of experience levels will be provided.

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