13th October 2021 (Registration is closed)
This is a hands on workshop where participants will use code snippets to illustrate the best approach to accessing the power of our new AMD ROME CPUs.
The workshop will cover:
- The ROME Microarchitecture & Memory channels
- Compilation, & optimization
- Numa regions & Pinning
- Maths and Scientific Libraries
- uProf a new profiler
The virtual workshop will be run on multiple DiRAC sites so you will be able to experience exactly what you need to do on the system you use.
- Support will be there from AMD and the local technical support teams.
- A shared slack channel will be available to ask questions, highlight any issues and share good practice between sites.
The target audience is researchers:
- Who are interested in building and running their code on our new DiRAC-3 AMD systems.
- Who want to run their code efficiently to get the best performance.
- Who want to take advantage of the new AMD features and tools.
Only basic experience of a language is required C/C++, Fortran, or Python.
Closing date is the 6th of October. Now closed