Research Computing Services Course Week

The fall edition features a total of seventeen courses and hands-on tutorials targeting beginners to advanced users. Notable firsts are courses about TSD (sensitive data), software installation, code management, the Lifeportal, and workflow automation. Plus, you'll get in contact with almost every member of team!

The courses take place between November 2nd and November 6th in Kristen Nygaard's house and Ole Johan Dahl's house.

The program

The course week is a major event for all NOTUR users and all at the University who use or wish to use the research computing services. The program has focus on the supercomputing facility Abel, ranging from beginner-level programming and practical use of Abel, to more advanced topics. The speakers are the ones who know Abel best, and has worked with Abel from setup and installation to the current full-scale use: the USIT's RCS department.


The course week is a free event and is open to all. We kindly request that all who want to participate sign up. Read more about Research Computing Services Course Week, see the program and sign up.

Published Sep. 14, 2015 6:18 PM - Last modified Sep. 14, 2015 6:18 PM