Mont-Blanc gives a course on programming ARM prototypes

Mont-Blanc
Friday, May 16, 2014

More than 20 participants are taking part in the new PATC course "Programming ARM-based prototypes" led by Mont-Blanc researchers.

Over six hours, participants will learn about the Mont-Blanc project, gain an overview of the architecture of ARM-based machines and find out how to use them. The course includes hands-on workshops.

The learning outcomes are:

  • Understand how ARM multicore and ARM+GPU clusters work.
  • Work with some example codes, compiling , debugging and executing through system queues.
  • Get a global view of the machines with their specific configuration.

The PATC @ BSC training events are funded by BSC and PRACE 3IP project.