Over 30 participants, originating mostly from the Oceanography Dept., UCT and CSIR attended the 5 day course, which included post-graduate students as well as experienced researchers. They were introduced to the basics of object-oriented python programming. A number of examples illustrating the power of Python were also show-cased. This Python course aimed to introduce a wide range of researchers to the power of python as well as help scientists migrate from Matlab-based programming to open-source Python.
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The Centre for High Performance Computing is committed to the advancement of science by supporting world-class research.
The CHPC provides world-class high performance computing facilities and resources as well as a broad spectrum of educational courses to meet the needs of users.
To apply for the use of high performance computing facilities at the CHPC please use our application form.
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The CHPC has an education and outreach programme to create a public awareness of the role of computational science, particularly high-performance computing in everyday life, and also to promote computational science in schools and at tertiary institutions and promote careers in computational science and engineering.
The majority of CHPC Staff in the Research and HCD Department have taught formal modules or presented advanced courses at tertiary educational institutions (TEIs). The CHPC encourages TEIs to create and offer formal courses and degrees relevant to the context of high-performance computing: computer applications and advanced computer engineering.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 July 2012 15:11
Find our address and contact numbers below. Should you wish to contact us directly, please use our contact form.
Address: CSIR Campus, 15 Lower Hope St., Rosebank, Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)21 658-2740
Fax: +27 (0)21 658-2744
From the airport, travel along the N2 towards Cape Town.
From Cape Town, travel along the N2 towards the airport.
Take the Liesbeeck Parkway turnoff.
Travel towards Rondebosch (left if traveling from the airport, right if traveling from Cape Town.)
Turn right into Alma Road.
At the T-junction facing the railway line, turn left.
Turn left into Lower Hope Road (second road to the left).
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 October 2012 16:51