On January 16th to 17th, Cray held a supercomputer training for scientists at the IBS Center for Climate Physics (ICCP). Dr. Muyoung Heo, ICCP’s supercomputing manager, started off the training by introducing ICCP users to the design of the supercomputer Aleph, and it’s the system architecture. Aleph is a liquid-cooled Cray XC50 system which is connected to
The workshop was a hands-on training with practice sessions in which ICCP researchers logged into Aleph from their laptops. Ara Koh from Cray Korea Inc. helped ICCP researchers to exercise to login, load modules, compile and submit simple practice codes on Aleph.
In April ICCP will host another basic supercomputer user training that will focus on parallel programming. CESM setting and optimization tutorials for climate researchers will also be held in the middle of April.