Introduction to Colonial One – GW’s High Performance Computing Cluster

November 30, 2018

SEAS Computing Facility, in collaboration with the Colonial One HPC support
team, will hold a series of workshops on High Performance Computing access
at GW.

These workshops will leverage Colonial One, GW's Central HPC cluster. They
will be hosted by the Colonial One HPC support team:

- SEAS CF (Marco Suarez, Jason Hurlburt, Zach Day);
- CCAS OTS (Glen MacLachlan); and
- DIT Research (Terrence Lewis, William Burk, Adam Wong).

Both workshops will be held in Tompkins 405 from 2:30 to 4:30 pm

November 30: Workshop 1

Cluster architecture, Connecting to Colonial One, Navigating the shell,
Modules, and Submitting a SLURM job

December 7: Workshop 2

SLURM job commands, Virtual Python environments, R modules, simple BASH


Workshop pre-requisites: You must have a Colonial One account,
familiarity with programing languages, and Linux fundamentals knowledge.
If you are unfamiliar with Linux, please review the recorded Introduction
to Linux workshops on our website

Please email [email protected] <[email protected]>  with any
questions or comments.