HPC Training

The User Productivity Enhancement and Training (PET) maintains the HPC training system (https://training.hpc.mil).
REQUIRED: You must have an "Active" (non-ORS) HPCMP account to access the HPC training system.
Don't have an active account? See HPC Centers: Obtaining an Account.

KMLS MIGRATION (IN-PROGESSS)

The Knowledge Management Learning System (KMLS) on-demand training content [training.hpc.mil] is currently undergoing a hardware migration. All pIE account holders will be notified when the system is restored online.

The PET training and support mission remains unchanged. During the outage, please check back here for upcoming live training opportunities and KMLS status updates.

Upcoming Training Events
Date & Time Title Format
Feb 2, 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET Material & Chemistry Codes using GPUs on HPCMP Systems (Quantum Espresso) Webcast
Feb 8, 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET HPCMP New Account Orientation Webcast
Feb 9, 2:00 - 2:45 AM ET FUN3D v14 Tutorial Series Overview Webcast
Feb 16, 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET Emacs Tips, Tricks, and Tools for Developing Code on HPC Systems Webcast
Mar 9, 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET Gaussian Process Regression on GPUs with GPFlow Webcast
TBD GPU-acceleration with RAPIDS -Part 2
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast
TBD GPU Memory Management – Part 2 Micro-benchmarking Study
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast
TBD Material Point Method (MPM) for Large Deformation/Impacting Modeling and GPU-Acceleration
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast
TBD Analyzing HPC Application Performance using PAPI
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast
TBD Intrinsic Parallel Capabilities in Modern Fortran
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast
TBD Slurm Queue System
(enrollment link coming soon.)
Webcast

Preparing to Attend a Webcast

The web conferencing service to be use for each webcast will be provided on the course page when you enroll for the event. It is best practice to test your computer and network for compatibility with the web conferencing services at least one day prior to the webcast. If you need assistance with testing the web conferencing service, please email HPCtraining@hpc.mil.

About Training Events

Training events vary from 1-hour seminars to multi-day courses or series.

  • Seminars are short (approximately one hour) webinars on various HPC topics of interest to HPC users.
  • Courses are longer events that range from one-half day to several days. Sometimes course are delivered in a series format, for example, meeting once a week over several weeks.