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This page provides an overview on high performance computed related training available to users and personnel of the SNIC.

Training events offered or supported by SNIC

An overview on training events offered in the past is available from the past training events page.

Online training material

Online material available on this platform

Awk workshop training materialAwk workshop training material - online
Basic Singularity workshop materialBasic Singularity workshop material - online
Data Management Seminar OnlineData management seminar recording
Online training materialsOverview page on online training materials freely available
SNIC Science Cloud Workshop MaterialMaterial for technical training and workshops hosted by SNIC Science Cloud.

Online material from the world wide web

There is a dedicated page providing an overview on selected training materials around the world wide web.

Training offered by other providers

  • SeSE provides courses in the field of e-Science for PhD-students within the Swedish academia.
  • PDC and SeSE have their annual summerschool from 13 till 24 August 2018.
  • The National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden (NBIS) offers training events tailored to the needs of bioinformatics research.
  • The NeIC training calendar provides an overview on training available in the Nordic area.
  • The Prace training portal provides an overview on the training offers available from PRACE. These include course, tutorials and slide sets from past events.
  • HLRS in Germany, in cooperation with other German HPC centres overs an extensive HPC training program. See the HLRS training website for an overview on the upcoming training events. Some courses are offered in English while others use German as the teaching language. In addition, the German HPC calender aims to list all HPC related Events (e.g. training, conferences) in Germany.
  • The CodeRefinery project delivers workshops and events to train Nordic research groups in state-of-the-art tools and practices in modern collaborative software engineering to build modular, reusable, maintainable, sustainable, reproducible, and robust software.

Community specific training