Education & Training

There are several different offerings of training for HPC resources and software. The Research Computing Staff currently host a UNIX Basics Series four times a year and are looking into adding Python training in the coming year. Materials for these training sessions can be found at the HPC Wiki–a wiki containing all of the documentation for using the IT Research Computing Community Clusters.


Additionally, the Research Computing Staff offers individual and group-based training sessions on various topics by request.

Training Postings

Feb. 22: HPC Symposium

Janotti Research Group to discuss parallel processing at HPC Symposium University of Delaware researchers are invited to the February High Performance Computing Symposium session, scheduled on Wednesday, Feb. 22 @ 10am in Faculty Commons (116 Pearson Hall). ...

January Training Recap

            The January Unix Basics Series covered several topics including Unix/Linux for beginners, vi text editor, and getting started with UD's community cluster. Materials used during these sessions can be found at the HPC wiki. If...

January Training Sessions

The Research Computing Team will be offering a variety of training sessions during January including a monthly XSEDE HPC workshop and the UNIX basics series. The UNIX Basics Series will consist of four 1.5 hour sessions covering a variety of introductory UNIX/Linux...

Training Calendar

Upcoming Events

February 22: HPC Symposium



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