28 August 2018
KIT, Campus North, FTU
Europe/Berlin timezone

The international GridKa School is a leading summer school for advanced computing techniques. The school provides the opportunity for scientists and technology leaders, experts and novices to gain practical experience on knowledge sharing and information exchange. The target audience is diverse and includes groups such as grid and cloud newbies and advanced users, as well as administrators, graduate and PhD students. Organised by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the GridKa School will be hosted by Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC).

HNSciCloud will organise a training session in this framework on Tuesday 28th August which participants from other institutes and fields of science are warmly welcomed to attend. During the session Paulo Alexandre Canilho of CERN will provide a comprehensive overview of the project and it's current status.  This will include aspects of the HNSciCloud business model and the voucher scheme for service adoption

Discussions will continue in the afternoon with demos and tutorials where experience of usage of HNSciCloud services by KIT, CERN and the other procurer organizations will be presented.

We welcome our participants to consider participation in GridKa School for the whole week. You will not only benefit from the exhaustive scientific program and hands-on workshops with a focus on scientific computing but also from a reduced fee. Please see the GridKa School page for more details.

If you want to register only for the HNSciCloud event, please use the registration menu item on the left. Registration includes the attendance of the morning plenary session, lunch, the afternoon tutorials and the Tarte Flambée event in the evening. For details regarding accommodation, transportation and logistics please see the information on the GridKa School page. Please contact the GridKa School registration desk for your badge and receipt.

For the hands-on tutorial session you will need a laptop with an ssh client and a browser.

KIT, Campus North, FTU
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