The special interest group “Compute Resources for Life Science Research” (CRLS) has been initiated in January 2015 to discuss requirements, use cases and models to scale out compute resources. During the third SIG CRLS meeting, a number of compute intensive use cases will be presented and discussed. While the second SIG CRLS meeting focused on the technical implementation of HPC facilities, this meeting will focus on the practical application of a number of use cases. We will focus on how these use cases are implemented, what the requirements are in terms of number of cores, compute time, data usage/transfer (speeds), parallelization and what the current bottlenecks are when running these use cases.
Please mark December 16 in your calendar!
Speakers include Ies Nijman, Alexandre Bonvin and Keith Cover. More details and a program will follow shortly.
- When: December 16th, 2015, 9.30 – 12.00u
- Where: SURF, Utrecht (Hoog Catharijne)
- Whom: IT managers, bioinformaticians, scientific programmers, typically who extensively work with or maintain HPC facilities
Participation is free. Registration details will follow shortly.