Running parallel jobs in Matlab (Lunarc Sept 2015)
From SNIC Documentation
|Name||Running parallel jobs in Matlab (Lunarc Sept 2015)|
|Description||Solving large problems efficiently through parallel computing in Matlab|
|Type of event||Course|
With the Matlab Distributed Computing Server (MDCS) researchers can use the familiar Matlab environment to run computationally intensive Matlab programs efficiently on computer clusters. This course will introduce participants who are familiar with the Matlab environment to the MDCS and show how to run batch jobs, parallel computations, and work with distributed large data sets. The course will also adress the use of GPU-acceleration using Matlab. At the end of the course participants should have the ability to rewrite their scientific Matlab codes for use on the SNIC HPC resources.
There will also be an opportunity to apply for private coaching sessions on the following day with the parallel expert from The Mathworks Raymond Norris.
The course will be delivered by Anders Sjöström (Lunarc) and Raymond Norris (The Mathworks)
Course web page and registration
More information and registrations is available from the Lunarc webpage