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Applications of HPC, Grids, and Parallel Computing to Science Education


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Applications of HPC, Grids, and Parallel Computing to Science Education
Topical — 2008
This workshop will begin with an emphasis on parallel and cluster computing in an educational setting as well as teaching issues in Grids and Parallel Environments. Examples suitable for classroom use will be presented, including both simple codes that can be made available for student modification and more complex examples that use state of the art open source community codes. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to be introduced to computational biology and computational chemistry tools and resources. Participants will be introduced to dynamic modeling, bioinformatics, simulation, molecular modeling, mathematical software and visualization viz-a-viz distributed environments and tools.
Institution
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI
Dates
Jul 6 - Jul 12
Local Coordinators
Christian Trefftz and Greg Wolffe
Lead Instructors
Paul Gray, Erin Hodgess, Tom Murphy and Kay Wanous
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