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Learn to Use Research Computing Systems

Research Computing Presentation_Charlie Taylor

Fall 2015 training sessions on using the university’s high-performance computing resources begin on September 3 with an introduction to UF Research Computing. Additional training sessions offered in September include using the Linux command line, submitting jobs on HiPerGator, and a hands-on MATLAB tutorial. All sessions listed below begin at 12:50pm and will be held in NPB 2205:

Sept.   3: UF Research Computing: An Introduction and Getting Started
Sept. 10: An Introduction to the Linux Command Line
Sept. 17: HiPerGator: Running Jobs and Submission Scripts
Sept. 24: MATLAB: A Hands-on Tutorial to Running Your MATLAB Code at Research Computing

Research Computing training is free and no pre-registration is required. Some sessions do require having an established user account before the scheduled class, as well as an available laptop computer. Visit the Research Computing website’s Training Wiki page for additional information about each session and to view a list of available video tutorials.

More training will be added to the fall schedule. Anyone with questions about a Research Computing training session can email Associate Scientist Matt Gitzendanner for assistance. For general questions about UF Research Computing, please email