Workshops, Training, & Courses at CARC

intro to CARC

The Center supports a wide array of workshops and computing-based courses.  These range from short, getting-started workshops ("Intro to Computing at CARC"), to specialized, one to five day workshops on domain-specific topics (energy grid modeling; computational chemistry; computational fluid dynamics), to specialized code installation and dedicated supercomputer queue and systems support for courses.  The Center prides itself in offering a rich and collaborative learning environment.

If you would like to hold a workshop at CARC or if you are planning to teach a course requiring computational resources and/or workshop space at the Center, please contact the Director at your earliest convenience by emailing director@carc.unm.edu

Upcoming Workshops at CARC

Intro to Computing at CARC | June 17, 2104, 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Instructors: Erik Bryer (CARC); Jim Prewett (CARC); Dr. Steve Koch (University Libraries)

Registration required: email workshops@carc.unm.edu or see Workshop Registration

2014 Workshops and Courses

OpenFOAM Workshop | April 17-20, 2014, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 
Sponsor: Prof. Svetlana Poroseva (Mechanical Engineering)
Instructor: Prof. Aleksandar Jemcov (Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering and Center for Research Computing, University of Notre Dame)

Intro to Computing at CARC | April 21, 2014, 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Instructors: Erik Bryer (CARC); Jim Prewett (CARC); Dr. Steve Koch (University Libraries) 

Intro to Computing at CARC | April 3, 2014, 1:30-5:00 p.m. 
Instructors: Erik Bryer (CARC); Jim Prewett (CARC); Dr. Steve Koch (University Libraries)

Intro to Computing at CARC | March 31, 2014, 1:30-5:00 p.m. 
Instructors: Erik Bryer (CARC); Jim Prewett (CARC); Dr. Steve Koch (University Libraries)

To register for a workshop or training, please visit Workshop Registration.

Academic Courses

2013

  • HPC/Parallel Computing | Prof. Frank Stomp, Navajo Technical College | Spring
  • CS591: Intro to Big Data | Prof. Trilce Estrada | Fall 
  • CS/MATH471: Introduction to Scientific Computing | Prof. Stephen Lau | Fall
  • PHYC581: Density Functional Theory | Prof. Susan R. Atlas | Fall

2012

  • BM5516: Molecular Genetics & Genomics | Profs. Stephanie W. Ruby, Scott Ness, Mary Ann Osley, and Jeremy Edwards | Spring
  • IFDM 491: Data Sphere (Visualization of Data Systems) | Prof. Tim Castillo | Spring
  • THEA 424: Performance Art | Prof. Kristen Loree | Spring 
  • CS422: Parallel Programming | Prof. Patrick Bridges | Fall
  • CS/MATH471: Introduction to Scientific Computing | Prof. Stephen Lau | Fall

2011

  • ARTS 495/595: Open Source/Open Culture | Prof. Andrea Polli | Spring
  • PHYC581: Density Functional Theory | Prof. Susan R. Atlas | Fall

2010

  • ARTS 495/595: Open Source/Open Culture | Prof. Andrea Polli | Spring
  • BM5516: Molecular Genetics & Genomics | Profs. Stephanie W. Ruby, Scott Ness, Mary Ann Osley, and Jeremy Edwards | Spring

2009

  • BM5516: Molecular Genetics & Genomics | Profs. Stephanie W. Ruby, Scott Ness, Mary Ann Osley, and Jeremy Edwards | Spring
  • CS/MATH471: Introduction to Scientific Computing | Prof. Stephen Lau | Fall
  • PHYC581: Density Functional Theory | Prof. Susan R. Atlas | Fall

2008

  • BM5516: Molecular Genetics & Genomics | Profs. Stephanie W. Ruby, Scott Ness, Mary Ann Osley, and Jeremy Edwards | Spring

2007

  • BM5516: Molecular Genetics & Genomics | Profs. Stephanie W. Ruby, Scott Ness, Mary Ann Osley, and Jeremy Edwards | Spring
  • PHYC581: Density Functional Theory | Prof. Susan R. Atlas | Spring

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