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SciNet is a high-performance computing consortium of the University of Toronto and associated research hospitals, serving the computational needs of Canadian academic researchers.

This website contains the online content of SciNet's training and education program. It contains lecture videos, slides, links, forums and other electronic material, all publicly available. The materials are organized by course; the list of recent courses can be browsed below.

SciNet users and students can furthermore login to submit assignments and track their progress towards SciNet's Scientific Computing Certificate, Data Science Certificate, and High Performance Certificate.

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Archived Courses and Events

HPC162 Advanced Parallel Scientific Computing (Sept. 2017)

Advanced Parallel Scientific Computing
HPC162

Explore and use advanced examples of parallel computing in scientific research (mini/modular graduate course).
Attended: 5 - 9 events of 386.66666666667 minutes 
High Performance Computing (university credit) 2017-10-25
Undergrad Seminars on Advanced Research Computing, Data Science and Visualization (Winter 2017)

Undergrad Seminars on Advanced Research Computing, Data Science and Visualization

Introductory seminar series on Scientific Computing, High-Performance Computing, Data Science and Visualization; this lecture series is part of the "Research Project Course" (PHY479Y1) for 4th year undergraduate physics students.
- 9 events of 60 minutes 
High Performance Computing (university credit) 2017-03-10
HPC162 Advanced Parallel Scientific Computing (Sept. 2016)

Advanced Parallel Scientific Computing
HPC162

Explore use advanced examples of parallel computing in scientific research. This course can be taken as a mini/modular graduate course by Physics students.
- 8 events of 60 minutes 
High Performance Computing (university credit) 2016-10-13


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