Faster Distributed Machine Learning for Free

If one computer can process a set of data in 10 hours, it would be reasonable to assume that 10 computers could process that data in one hour. The research of Xiaorui Liu reveals that this is not the case. Read more >>

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HPCC System Administrator | Information Technologist II 

ICER is seeking an experienced HPC or Linux system architect or administrator (Information Technologist II) who will work with the ICER team to develop, support and optimize ICER’s High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. Read more>>

Student Media/Comm Assistant I

ICER is looking for a self-motivated student who thrives at the intersection between technical and creative skills. Read more>>

SLURM Job Failure Due to the "oom" Error

Many users have asked us how to deal with "oom" error messages, which can stand for "out of memory". Read more>>

GPU and CPU Usage Limitation Imposed on General Accounts

As many of our users have noticed, the HPCC job policy was updated recently. SLURM now enforces the CPU and GPU hour limit on general accounts. Read more>>

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HPCC February and March Status Reports 

These reports include infographics that showcase the research usage of ICER's services, ticket activity summary, and more! View reports>>

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Installing Anaconda on a Personal Computer

This training course introduces you to Anaconda and its applications, including a walk-through of Anaconda installation. More info>> 

Jupyter Notebook Basics 

This training course introduces you to Jupyter Notebooks and demonstrates how to use notebook features. You will be provided with example notebooks and a project where you create your own notebook, which is reviewed by a real instructor. More info>>

ICER Webinar: Introduction to Linux
ICER Webinar: Introduction to HPCC

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