Computational Modelling Group

Past Events

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November 2017

29th November 6 p.m.

Python testing with pytest: motivation, demonstration, and practices

8th November 10 a.m.


October 2017

5th October 6 p.m.

Sustainable Scientific Software Development

September 2017

14th September midnight

The MMM Hub: Accelerating Materials and Molecular Modelling

July 2017

14th July 11 a.m.

Static and Dynamical Properties of Antiferromagnetic Skyrmions in the Presence of Applied Current and Temperature

June 2017

29th June 10 a.m.

VTK Mayavi

10 a.m.

Scikit Learn

10 a.m.

GPU Programming With CUDA

27th June 10 a.m.

Pandas course

10 a.m.

Jupyter & IPython course

10 a.m.

Intel Knights Landing

26th June midnight

NGCM Summer Academy

May 2017

25th May 3 p.m.

Towards billion atom simulations of magnetic materials on ARCHER

24th May 11 a.m.

Report from ICSE2016 software engineering conference

15th May 9 a.m.

D3.js Data Visualisation - General Election Map

8th May 2 p.m.

Dassault Systèmes state-of-the-art engineering design and simulation technologies

9 a.m.

Programming with Docker (Containers)

3rd May 6 p.m.

Detect clickbait with machine learning

April 2017

27th April 9 a.m.

Cloud Computing with Amazon Web Services

24th April 9 a.m.

Introduction to Machine Learning in Python

19th April 9 a.m.

MPI Three-Day course

12th April 3 p.m.

Compilation and the mysticism of Make

March 2017

31st March 9:30 a.m.

The 6th annual meeting of the Computational Modelling Group

29th March 9 a.m.

OpenMP course

23rd March 9 a.m.

Imperative vs. Declarative Programming

20th March 9 a.m.

Heterogeneous Computing with OpenCL

16th March 9 a.m.

Introducing LaTeX with LyX

13th March 9 a.m.

Jupyter Notebook tools workshop

6th March 9 a.m.

Introduction to Emacs

2nd March 6 p.m.

Superfast Python - how to accelerate Python for your research

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