MNHACK21: 3rd MareNostrum Hackathon

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Date: 02/Nov/2021 Time: 10:00 - 04/Nov/2021 Time: 20:00

Place:
Campus Nord UPC
Cost: Free of charge. With support of the EPEEC project.
2021-11-02 10:00:00 2021-11-04 20:00:00 Europe/Madrid MNHACK21: 3rd MareNostrum Hackathon For details, click on the following event link: https://www.bsc.es/news/events/mnhack21-3rd-marenostrum-hackathon ---

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This hackathon is part of the BSCTech Hackathons 2021 series and is sponsored by the EPEEC project.

Topics: We can help on optimizing applications using a variety of programming models (OpenMP, OmpSs, MPI, CUDA, OpenACC, etc.). We also have mentors from many disciplines, including computer scientists and domain scientists. We will make sure we have the right mentors for you in case your application is selected. Note that this is not a GPU-only hackathon.

Teams: Teams are expected to be composed of 2 to 4 developers.

Platform: The MareNostrum4 Supercomputer at BSC

Mentors: Mentors will be provided by BSC and third-party institutions free of charge for participants.

Registration: Free of charge. Participants are responsible for their travels to the meeting venue and accommodation.

Times: Tue 2 Nov 10:00 – Thu 4 Nov 20:00

Meals: Lunches and one dinner will be served free of cost to participants.

Social event: There will be a visit to the MareNostrum4 supercomputer in the chapel building on 4 Nov 2021 at 18:00 (to be confirmed).

Social dinner: 3 Nov 2021

For any further information, please send an email to mnhack[at]bsc.es.

BSC's Organizing Committee:

  • Steering Committee: Antonio J. Peña and David Vicente
  • General Chairs: Simon Garcia de Gonzalo and Xavier Teruel
  • Local Organization Committee: Esther Dorado

TEAM REGISTRATION FORM

*Registration deadline: 15 Sep 2021

**Teams that are accepted to MNHACK21 will receive an e-mail with more details by 30 Sep 2021. 

 

  

Acknowledgements: This hackathon has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the grant agreement No. 801051.