FSU Libraries presents: Data @ Your Desk Workshop Series
This interactive workshop provides a pragmatic introduction to parallel computing in MATLAB. The workshop allows users to begin working with the parallel computing toolbox in MATLAB to speed up their computations and scale them up to larger systems.
We will cover the basic concepts of Parallel Programming in context of the parallel programming constructs made available in MATLAB by the parallel computing toolbox. In addition, we will show several simple real-world applications.
Register here: https://bit.ly/2NICwyR
How to Prepare:
Attendees should have a copy of MATLAB available on their personal computer, along with the Parallel Computing Toolbox. Both are available from the ITS using the following procedure:
1. Visit the MATLAB information page on the ITS website: https://fla.st/3f6bCgm
2. Click on "Request this Service" and follow the instructions under "Personal Use"
Alternatively, if you don't have MATLAB on your home computer, then you may use one of RCC's workshop accounts. A limited number of these will be available as well for those who do not already have MATLAB available to them through some other means. If you would like to request a temporary account, please send a request before the date of the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex Townsend (profile)
Thursday, October 22 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Dirac Science Library (DSL), Zoom
110 N Woodward Ave., Tallahassee, FL