Intro to AI-driven Science on Supercomputers: A Student Training Series

Zoom (Virtual Training Series)


Virtual Training Series


The ability for artificial intelligence (AI) to successfully learn from large datasets has transformed science and engineering as we know it. AI can accelerate scientific discovery and innovation, but often requires more computing power than is available to most researchers. The DOE provides supercomputers to solve the nation’s biggest scientific challenges and this series aims to introduce a new generation of AI practitioners to these powerful resources.

Building on the ALCF's robust training program in the areas of AI and supercomputing, we are hosting a series of hands-on courses that will teach attendees to use leading-edge supercomputers to develop and apply AI solutions for the world's most challenging problems. This year, we will focus on understanding the fundamentals of large-language models (LLMs) and their scientific applications. 


Recordings for each session will be posted by the Friday of each week below.

Series materials can be found on on the series' Github.

FOR SUBMITTED ACCOUNT REQUESTS: We are currently processing large number of requests, and we will reach out once your account has been set up. Expect an email in the 3rd or 4th week of January 2024.

For those who submitted account requests after the registration deadline (Jan 15), we will not be able to process the request and give access to ALCF machines. However, all session materials will still be available.



ALCF AI for Science Training Series 


The virtual workshop series will take place Tuesdays from 3:00pm - 4:30pm CT, February 6 - March 26, 2024



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