TrainingResearch Computing Services offers courses that are freely available for all researchers at the University of Cambridge. To discuss your training needs, please contact email@example.com
We provide training in
Introduction to High Performance Computing
Software Carpentry for High Performance Computing
- Unix: Introduction to the Command Line Interface
Intel oneAPI Toolkit
Python in High Performance Computing (through Futurelearn)
Managing Big Data with R and Hadoop (through Futurelearn)
Machine Learning (through Coursera)
Deep Learning (through Coursera)
Cambridge University Library also offers courses relevant to data science, including
Through LinkedIn Learning, the University provides a number of courses relevant to HPC and software engineering
Learning C++ (through LinkedIn Learning)
Learning Python (through LinkedIn Learning)
Hands-On Introduction: Python (through LinkedIn Learning)
Python Parallel and Concurrent Programming (through LinkedIn Learning)
Learning MATLAB (through LinkedIn Learning)
Learning Linux Shell Scripting (through LinkedIn Learning)
R Essential Training (through LinkedIn Learning)
If you are exploring digital scholarship from an Arts and Humanities background, Cambridge Digital Humanities offers workshops and courses which may be relevant to your research.
By registering for a free training account with Distributed Research Utilising Advanced Computing (DiRAC), users can access a number of courses in the essentials of high performance computing.
Research Computing Services provides consultancy support to members of the University. We have a wealth of expertise within the department and would be glad to answer questions and provide one-to-one meetings with researchers who want to make use of HPC systems, develop a piece of research software or improve the quality of software already engineered.
If you would like to arrange a consultancy session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org