SFT takes part into the CSC2016! Once again, the school has an indepth programme of advanced, interesting and challenging computing topics planned, which will provide ECTS university credits upon successful completion of the CSC exam. Visit https://csc.web.cern.ch/content/csc-2016
Trainings and Education
The CERN Summer Student (link is external) program is in full swing and ROOT is part of it. Today, the second instance of the ROOT Summer Students' Course takes place. A great success: already 120 students attended the course and a another instance has still to take place. Many exciting innovations were put in place in the program (link is external), including the usage of a micro CernVM virtual machine and the CERN jupyter notebooks' service, SWAN.
The 38th CERN School of Computing will be held in Kavala, Greece from Monday 14 September to Friday 25 September 2015 evening. Students will have to arrive on the Sunday 13th of September and leave on the Saturday 26th of September 2015.
The 2015 edition of the ROOT tutorial for CERN Summer Students will take place in three occasions (29-6 10:00, 1-7 10:00, 9-7 14:00) at the Training Centre (room 593-R-10).
The tutorial will cover the basic aspects related to the toolkit, from the command line interpreter, to graphics, to I/O.
Please find the indico agenda here: https://indico.cern.ch/event/395198
Inscriptions to the ESC14 school are open! The school offers a limited number of young students and researchers an invaluable opportunity to learn from very qualified and experienced scientists how to exploit at best the evolution of modern computing systems used in doing science.
Trainer: Felice Pantaleo
Host Institute: UERJ, Rio de Janeiro
Duration: two weeks
The 37th CERN School of Computing will be held in Braga, Portugal from Monday 25 August to Friday 5 September 2014 evening. Students will have to arrive on the Sunday 24th of August and leave on the Saturday 6th of September 2014.
This course will be centered on Grid and Cloud computing. Following on from the hypercomputing experiments of the 80's and 90's, the Grid paradigm was proposed at the end of the last century. At that time the enormous computing needs of LHC were known, and LHC computing experts were modeling a distributed computing infrastructure that could satisfy them. Starting from the vision proposed by the Grid paradigm, the LHC joined forces with other communities to develop the largest Grid in operation, totaling >200k Cores, 80PB of disk space distributed in over 150 centres worldwide.
In April 2014 the new PH-DT website was released under the url http://ph-dep-dt.web.cern.ch/. The website is a product of cooperation between PH-DT (offering a student) and PH-SFT (offering supervision). Aiming for sustainability and scalability we followed the CERN choice and used Drupal that also offers a clean and easy way for editing and maintenance as well.