Hands-On with CSE

Hands-on, Interactive Tutorials

Learn new computational software, tools, and workflows.  See our schedule for the current semester below.

Upcoming Events

The Tentative List of Topics is as Follows:
All Events will be Online
Date Time Title Link
9/29 (Wed) 3:00-5:00 Intro to PyTorch (on Hal) https://go.ncsa.illinois.edu/HALtraining2021
HAL accounts https://forms.illinois.edu/sec/6587313
10/6 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 CS 591 DSE Seminar – TBD Zoom Link will be added closer to the date.
10/13 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 Making your code faster: A guide to performance profiling https://illinois.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvduGprjsvHdQJPbvix-DZ3Yf-Dnnf6v4L
10/20 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 CS 591 DSE Seminar – TBD Zoom Link will be added closer to the date.
10/27 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 Collaborating with Git and GitHub https://illinois.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvduGprjsvHdQJPbvix-DZ3Yf-Dnnf6v4L 
11/3 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 Code Confidence with Python Testing https://illinois.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvduGprjsvHdQJPbvix-DZ3Yf-Dnnf6v4L 
11/10 (Wed) 4:00-5:15 CS 591 DSE Seminar – TBD Zoom Link will be added closer to the date.
11/17(Wed) 4:00-5:15 10 Steps to writing a better research paper in LaTeX https://illinois.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvduGprjsvHdQJPbvix-DZ3Yf-Dnnf6v4L

If you would like to take the seminar series for credit, please see CS 591 DSE

Questions, please email cse@cse.illinois.edu

The Hacker Within

  • The Hacker Within meetings will take place through dial-in Zoom conferencing.  Please contact meeting organizer here for more details.Faculty Sponsor: Katy Huff

Campus Cluster Program

The Illinois Campus Cluster provides access to computing and data storage resources and frees you from the hassle of administering your own compute cluster. Any individual, research team, or campus unit can invest in compute nodes or storage disks or pay a fee for on-demand use of compute cycles or storage space. Staffing and shared infrastructure fees are partially subsidized by campus to help keep your costs as low as possible!

High-performance computers have become essential to research in many disciplines across the Illinois campus, from astronomy to biology to chemistry on through the alphabet to zoology. The Illinois Campus Cluster is a campus-wide resource that meets this need for research computing cycles.

Campus Cluster User Guide
Campus Cluster HPC Training Videos

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