In CARLA 2022 we will offer tutorials and hands-on workshops for both introductory and advanced levels,
specially driven to undergraduate and master students all over Latin- American countries. There will be
two periods: introductory tutorials will be covered on virtual format the week before the conference,
while advanced tutorials will be held on the conference venue, the same week of CARLA 2022.
Each tutorial will have two or three sessions, according to the time needed by a specific topic. Also, each session will have two parts:
A theory part: In this first part, the instructor uses recorded material such as videos,
pdf documents and presentations, explaining workshop techniques and tools. All this material will be
available in advance for students through RedClara platform, using Moodle
A practical session: In this scheduled part, students will interact with instructors
using live platforms, such as Zoom or Moodle chats and videoconferences. This part would last about
90 to 120 minutes, and students will solve practical exercises. Specific platforms (clusters, remote
access, etc.) for each tutorial will be prepared in advance, depending on topic and students’ registration.
I this way, each tutorial will cover from 8 to 16 hours long, with a minimum of four hours of practical (hands-on) work with instructor surveillance.
Tutorial proposal submission deadline:July 28th, 2022 Date of notification:August 6th, 2022 (virtual) Fundamental Courses dates:September 19th - 23th, 2022 (on site) Advanced Courses dates:September 26th - 30th, 2022 Conference dates: September 26th to September 30th, 2022
Professionals and researchers can propose courses and tutorials to be held the week before CARLA 2022,
to cover basic and introductory topics on HPC areas.
Dates: September 19th - 23th.
We plan to offer at least four courses on HPC Fundamentals. Topics could include:
Introduction to GPU programming
AI fundamentals R language, etc
Courses should be organized to be delivered in 2 to 4 sessions
Each session (4 hours) to be organized as follows:
1 hour of pre-recorded material or on-line delivery: available for students only
1 hour for individual offline study
2 hours of live guided “hands-on” practice
Reference and support materials, available with free licenses
Access to hardware and software platforms for each student
Fundamental courses can be delivered in Spanish/Portuguese/English, but all the material must be available in English
Professionals and researchers can propose tutorials of different length, depending on specific topics. These
are driven to advanced students with previous experience, to enhance academic/ research topics of interest.
Topics could include:
HPC on the cloud.
Advanced tools for Data Analysis.
Advanced GPU programming.
AI specific tools and techniques, etc.
Energy workshop specific tools and techniques, etc.
HPC Management Workshop specific tools and techniques, etc.
BioCarla Workshop specific tools and techniques, etc.
Dates: September 26th - 30th, 2022
These tutorials are to be delivered on site and students will be invited to bring their own laptop.
Courses should be organized to be delivered in 2 to 4 sessions.
Each session must include at least 1 ½ hours of live guided “hands-on” practice and offer students reference and
support materials, available with free licenses, and access to hardware and software platforms for each student.
Advanced courses must be delivered in English and all the materials must be available in English.
Pre-recorded and reading materials will be available only for registered students, through the RedClara platform,
during courses and conference period. Once CARLA finishes after September 30th, 2022, all materials will be available
for public use. Authors must agree in advance to allow public access to their materials.
Pre-recorded lessons, videos and printed material must be in English. In the case of videos, it can be spoken in
Spanish/Portuguese as far as English subtitles are provided (you should verify automatic online tools). Spanish
and Portuguese subtitles for English spoken videos is desirable, but not mandatory.
The authors must coordinate with CARLA staff the availability of hardware and software resources needed for tutorials.
All resources must be available for registered students free of charge, including cluster accounts, Cloud resources,
and other materials. Once CARLA conference finishes, there is not any compromise to maintain those resources available.
Tutorial proposals should be in English and should contain no more than three (3) pages in length.
Tutorial proposals should conform to the following outline:
General information:Title of the tutorial. Organizers and Presenters names, affiliation,
contact information, and brief bio. Language to be used.
Abstract: 1-2 paragraphs suitable for inclusion in the conference registration material.
Topic and relevance: A description of the tutorial topic, providing a sense of both the
scope of the tutorial and depth within the scope, and a statement on why the tutorial is important and
timely, how it is relevant to CARLA.
Resources and Duration: Please indicate the number of 4 hours’ sessions to be delivered.
Specify the equipment needs for participants (eg. pre-installed software) and if the organizers plan to
give access to students to a particular platform.
Audience: A description of the intended audience, prerequisite knowledge, and the expected
Previous editions: If the tutorial was given before, where and when was it presented? Is
there any novelty for this edition?