The 14th Inverted CERN School of Computing (iCSC 2023) consists of lectures and hands-on exercises presented over a few days by former CERN School of Computing students. The Inverted School provides a platform to share their knowledge by turning students into teachers.
More details including school programme and registration will be available in early 2023.
43rd CERN School of Computing 4 -17 September 2022 AGH / IFJ PAN Kraków, Poland
Assuming a continuous positive evolution of the pandemic, the school will take place in Kraków, Poland
The 43rd CERN School of Computing (CSC 2022) is organized in collaboration with University of Science and Technology (AGH), together with Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN).
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Including registration details, academic programme, application procedure and deadlines:
The two week programme consists of more than 50 hours of lectures and hands-on exercises, covering three main themes: physics computing, software engineering, and data technologies.
Introduction to Physics Computing
Data Science tools for interactive exploration
Software Design in the Many-Cores Era
Tools and Techniques
Creating Secure Software
Data and Storage Technologies
When Internet history meets philosophy
Future of the Universe and of Humanity
Optional CUDA training
Fundamentals of Accelerated Computing with CUDA C/C++
Students who pass the final examination will receive a diploma from CSC, as well as 6 ECTS credits from AGH / IFJ PAN.
The School is aimed at postgraduate (minimum bachelor degree or equivalent) engineers and scientists, working at CERN or at other research institutes, with experience in particle physics, computing or related fields. We welcome applicants of all nationalities, and encourage all qualified persons to apply. Limited financial support may be available.
This school is organized by CERN in collaboration with the University of Split. Assuming a positive evolution of the pandemic, the school will take place in Split, Croatia, and be hosted at the Mediterranean Institute For Life Sciences (MEDILS) Conference Centre. The Centre is a historical renovated building situated in a wooded and landscaped park located on the Adriatic Sea coast, a few kilometres from the centre of Split. (However, if the pandemic situation doesn’t allow traveling or physical presence, the school will be moved to online format.)