All sessions will take place in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Building at 2405 Wesbrook Mall. Please click on each session title to get detailed information for that course: abstract, prerequisites, software requirements (if any). Note that we can swap rooms without an email notice based on the latest projected attendance, so please check this program before coming to class.
We are planning to broadcast most of the sessions in both streams. To watch one of the live streams, if
you are not able to attend in person, please go to this page
during the sessions, starting at 9am Pacific on Monday morning. To ask questions remotely, please use https://www.sli.do and paste the event code
HPC2 (Stream 2).
|date and time||PHRM 1101||PHRM 1201|
|Mon 24th morning 9:00am-12:00pm||Bash Scripting and Tools by Alex Razoumov||Next-Gen Sequencing by Phillip Richmond and Oriol Fornés|
|Mon 24th afternoon 1:00pm-4:00pm||Compute Canada cloud by Venkat Mahadevan||Jupyter Notebooks by Ian Allison (PIMS)|
|Tue 25th morning 9:00am-12:00pm||Introduction to HPC (part 1) by Alex Razoumov||Introduction to databases on Cedar by Wolfgang Richter|
|Tue 25th afternoon 1:00pm-4:00pm||Introduction to HPC (part 2) by Alex Razoumov||• 1pm-2:15pm Data privacy and REDCap platform by Michael Tang
• 2:30pm-4pm Best practices in data security by Scott Baker
|Wed 26th morning 9:00am-12:00pm||Scientific Visualization (part 1) by Alex Razoumov||Practical Applications of Deep Learning with MATLAB by Reece Teramoto|
|Wed 26th afternoon 1:00pm-4:00pm||Scientific Visualization (part 2) by Alex Razoumov||MATLAB Parallel Computing by Sam Marshalik|
|Thu 27th morning 9:00am-12:00pm||Chapel parallel programming by Alex Razoumov||Tensor flow and machine learning by Griffin Lacey|
|Thu 27th afternoon 1:00pm-4:00pm||Building a bioinformatics pipeline with SnakeMake by Brian McConeghy||HPC on Amazon Web Services by Kevin Jorissen|
|Thu 27th 4pm-5pm||Open Panel on Career options, Academia and HPC|