BEAR Necessities Training In 'Training' Training Back to 'Bear' Getting started with High Performance Computing can be a daunting task for some. Or perhaps you are already familiar with the concepts but need some help getting started with using BlueBEAR at Birmingham. We run a course called BEAR Necessities which is designed to get you up and running. The course is aimed at both research staff and research students to help you get the most out of BEAR. Training/Workshop The registration for the BEAR Necessities Training course (workshop) scheduled for Monday, 04th February 2019 from 09:30-12:30 has been closed because we have reached the maximum number of registrations for the course. Thank you for your interest! Course Content We cover the BlueBEAR (Linux HPC) service as well as giving an overview of other BEAR services. We'll have some hands-on sessions where you can practice submitting and interacting with jobs. Please note you must have either attended the course ‘Introduction to Linux’ or have prior experience in using Linux to attend this course. View the slides for the course. Prerequisites Either attendance at ‘Introduction to Linux’ or previous experience in using Linux. You will also need to register for the BlueBEAR service prior to the course – full details will be provided when we confirm your registration on the course. Course Outline The course outline is: Scheduling and batch processing concepts Introduction to using Linux on BlueBEAR BlueBEAR job submission, with specific application examples (e.g. Matlab, OpenFOAM) Accessing HPC files and interacting with data Who is it for? Both research staff and students No experience necessary - those with an interest in getting started with High Performance Computing Users who have some experience of High Performance Computing Prerequisites Either attendance at 'Introduction to Linux' or previous experience in using Linux. You will also need to register for the BlueBEAR service prior to the course. Full details will be provided when we confirm your registration on the course. Remember - you must book a place on the course!