Qualification, education and training
Successful and innovative IT infrastructures require well educated and qualified professionals. Hence, the members of the Gauß-Allianz promote education and training on different levels such as dual training, teaching at university, supervision of PhDs as well as specialist courses. Furthermore, experts from our members regularly attend national and international conferences and summer schools.
Dual training opportunities
In order to connect studies with practical work, e.g., the connection of theoretical knowledge about mathematical modelling with parallel programming, different locations offer, e.g., a bachelor program linked with vocational training.
Parallel programming and high performance computing are integral parts of different established fields such as computer science and mathematics. Furthermore, new specialised fields in the context of computational sciences are formed.
Some locations offer PhD programs and graduate colleges, e.g., in the context of computational sciences. Especially the connection of specific scientific disciplines with topics in the area of high performance computing plays an important part in this context.
Courses, tutorials and workshops
Our members organise a great variety of topic and field specific events and programs in all of Germany. The topics cover amongst others the fundamentals of HPC usage, programming languages and software technologies specifically in the context of parallelisation as well as the use of software tools.