Recommended prior knowlegde
High Performance Computing I.
In High Performance Computing II we will examine existing and new parallel programming models and especially tUPL. tUPL was introduced in the course on High Performance Computing I and in this course we elaborate on this programming model and study its theoretical and algorithmic foundations as well as the practical implications. The course requires a sound theoretical background in algorithms, theoretical computer science and programming skills in Python/C/C++.
To acquire a more fundamental notion/insight into the limitations and possibilities of high performance computing.
The most recent timetable can be found at the Computer Science (MSc) student website.
Mode of instruction
- Interactive working group and lectures.
Total hours of study: 168 hrs. (= 6 EC)
Lectures: 26:00 hrs.
Practical work: 40:00 hrs.
Theoretical work: 40:00 hrs.
Report writing: 62:00 hrs.
Programming and theoretical assignments
The teacher will inform the students how the inspection of and follow-up discussion of the exams will take place.
- You have to sign up for courses and exams (including retakes) in uSis. Check this link for information about how to register for courses.
Lecturer: prof. dr. Harry Wijshoff