Træningskurser i Supercomputing

tor 18 apr | Københavns Universitet
We are truly living in a digital information age where our lives are completely dependent on the information that we produce and consume every day. This sea of information is produced, stored and served by computing devices ranging in size from the tiniest sensors to the largest supercomputers....
tir 14 maj | Aalborg Universitet
Many research projects involve scientific computing for analyzing [big] data and/or simulating complex systems. This makes it necessary to have a systematic approach to obtaining well-tested and documented code. Further, we see an increased interest in reproducible research, which allows other...
tor 06 jun | DTU, Lyngby
The advent of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies have transformed how biological research is being performed and today almost all biological fields use the technology for cutting edge discoveries. Today, a human genome can today be sequenced in very short time for approximately $1000...