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HPSC -omics Symposium - Session 7 - Shared screen with speaker view
Scott Emrich
20:03
This has been nominated before, but be aware that this community may have little to no experience with batch submission systems. So a half -day (or full day) hands on “onboarding” workshop with HPC starting from basically zero will be much needed
Rob Williams
23:17
Would suggest a new open HPC cluster modeled on Octopus that Pjotr described. Would be for the hard core geeks perhaps; those who want their own stack and use GNU Guix for packaging. Will attach the relevant slide next.
Rob Williams
25:14
Hmm, Here is a description in brief—Debian, GNU Guix, Slurm, lizardfs, CWL and containers. IPSF might be useful.
Scott Emrich
25:32
It might be good to have a listserv where you announce this via email, and also maybe get the usual suspect PhD programs: ORII (GST and DSE), EECS, EEB, micro, etc
Josh Price
27:10
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Victor Hazlewood
30:10
Intel oneAPI toolset
Victor Hazlewood
30:57
our Mail Merge to all active users will substitute for a listserv and we don't allow people to opt out of the mail merge for the maintenance and other outages
Victor Hazlewood
31:58
our substitute for Docker containers is Singularity
Rob Williams
33:08
Might need a CITRIX system for large image analysis. We use this with MRI data sets from Duke.
Eric Carr
36:43
Genomics is a pretty mature HPC field with many PI with experience. Other fields without this history are harder. I think spatial/remote sensing tools would attract many PI.