Below is a preliminary agenda for the school, which is similar to the International HPC Summer School 2017 programme but there will be some minor changes in time-slots, instructors, topics, etc.

Sunday, July 8
Welcome Reception (late afternoon / evening)

Monday, July 9
Parallel programming methodologies
Introduction to mentoring
Introduction of participants
Introduction of parallel programming challenge
Parallel hands-on sessions:
Parallel programming: classic track I (MPI & OpenMP), accelerator track I
Dinner & electronic poster session I

Tuesday, July 10
Overview of PRACE, RIKEN, SciNet, XSEDE
HPC challenges in Plasma and Astrophysics
HPC challenges in Materials Sciences
HPC challenges in Biomedical Engineering
Workflow tools
Parallel hands-on sessions:
Parallel programming: classic track II (MPI & OpenMP), accelerator track II
Dinner & electronic poster session II

Wednesday, July 11
HPC approaches in Life Sciences
HPC approaches in Climate Research
Programming challenge
Mentoring session
Scientific visualization, HPC Python programming
Social Event, Dinner

Thursday, July 12
Data-intensive computing and parallel I/O
HPC software engineering
Mentoring session
Performance analysis and optimization:
single node performance analysis and optimization
parallel performance analysis and optimization I
Social Event, Dinner

Friday, July 13
Parallel Performance analysis and optimization II
Conclude Parallel Programming Challenge, Announce winners
Mentoring session
Data Analytics / Introduction to Spark
Summer School ends approx. 4-5pm