What: Benchmarking, Profiling, and Optimization a serial linear algebra problem.
When: As posted below.
Where: Bluejeans link given before class.
Registration: Georgia Tech Training
We can only offer 30 seats per session due to space limitations. If you have registered but cannot attend, please contact Wansley Dennis (via 404-894-2249 or email@example.com) to cancel your registration.
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To fully benefit from this course, users should have an active PACE account, and either the Windows Subsystem for Linux or WinSCP prior to attendance. Please contact PACE support (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Presentation topics covered include:
- What is optimization?
- Profiling using
- Intel Amplifier
- Optimization using compiler options
- Optimization using algorithm changes
- Using Libraries
Format: 105 minutes of presentation and hands-on demonstrations. This course will use a problem-directed approach, focusing on matrix multiplication in the context of systems of linear equations solvers.
The course is recommended for researchers with a background in compiled languages such as C/C++ or Fortran. Familiarity with a programming language such the attendee will be able to read follow code with guidance. Great familiarity is encourages, but not required.
Please contact PACE support (email@example.com) if you have any questions or concerns.
We are hoping to see you there!
Upcoming Course Offerings¶
- Wednesday, August 19 from 2:00-3:45PM via Bluejeans. Register here. Registrants will be sent a link to the BlueJeans meeting.
- Thursday, September 24 from 10:30-12:15PM via Bluejeans. Register here. Registrants will be sent a link to the BlueJeans meeting.
- Thursday, October 22 from 10:30-12:15PM via Bluejeans. Register here. Registrants will be sent a link to the BlueJeans meeting.
- Wednesday, November 18 from 2:00-3:45PM via Bluejeans. Register here. Registrants will be sent a link to the BlueJeans meeting.
Some sessions may be canceled if the attendance is insufficient. If that happens, registered users will be moved automatically to the next session to guarantee a seat (and will be notified via email).