Fortran Workshop Series Starts January 7

Registration is now open for an NCAR/CISL series of five one-day Fortran workshops beginning Tuesday, January 7. Dan Nagle, CISL Consulting Services Group software engineer and a member of the U.S. Fortran Standards Technical Committee, will provide the training at the Center Green Campus (CG1-3131) in Boulder.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop computers with recent releases of gfortran, mpich, and opencoarrays. Each workshop will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. with an hour break at noon.

  • Scalar Fortran - Tuesday, Jan. 7: Scope and definition of names, how a Fortran program interacts with the o/s, intrinsic types, inquiry procedures.
  • Vector Fortran - Tuesday, Jan. 14: Arrays and array operations, rank of an array, inquiry procedures, array intrinsics.
  • Object-Oriented Fortran - Tuesday, Jan. 21: Derived types, operators, assignments, polymorphism.
  • Parallel Fortran - Tuesday, Jan. 28: Coarrays, solutions to several problems explained in detail.
  • Interoperability with C and handling Floating Point Data - Tuesday, Feb. 4: How to write and call libraries written in C  from Fortran; IEEE 754 floating point: rounding modes and exceptions.

 

Use this form to register to attend one or more workshops. The workshops will not be webcast or recorded.

Announcement Timing: 
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 to Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Posted by B.J. Smith at ext. 1273, bjsmith@ucar.edu

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