The kick-off talk will be presented on September, 1st, 2020 at 3:15 p.m. by Dr. Sofiane Bendoukha, who will talk about the new JupyterHub installation for interactive access to compute resources and data. Jupyter Notebooks have become increasingly popular among different fields of science. A Jupyter Notebook provides a flexible and user-friendly interface to perform interactive (super) computing and eases the creation of reproducible workflows. This includes live code, equations and visualizations. It supports several languages and is named “Jupyter” referring to the mainly used programming languages Julia, Python und R.

DKRZ provides different solutions to launch notebooks on our supercomputer Mistral: ssh scripts or centralized services. During the first talk Dr. Sofiane Bendoukha will introduce the Jupyterhub service at the DKRZ, more precisely the newly deployed release. Jupyterhub is a multi-user server that allows spawning single-user notebook servers via a web browser. The talk focuses the following topics:

  • access and log in to the service
  • launching Jupyter notebooks
  • switching/enabling kernels and interfaces


Further details and registration are available: https://www.dkrz.de/up/news-and-events/tech-talks/tech-talk-jupyterhub

Scheduled talks for September and October:

Mo, Sept 14, 2020, at 3:15 p.m.: Mathis Rosenhauer and Prof. Robert Sausen (DLR) will present the procedure for compute time applications and the decision process in the Scientific Steering Committee (Wissenschaftlicher Lenkungsausschuss, WLA).

Tue, Sept 29, 2020, at 3:15 p.m.: Aaron Spring (MPI for Meteorology) will present the use of the python library intake for painlessly loading data from various sources on mistral.

Tue, Oct 13, 2020, at 3:15 p.m.: Dr. Christopher Kadow and Dr. Tobias Weigel will present the machine learning teams at DKRZ.

Further talks will be scheduled based on user requests and availability of speakers.

All information and announcements are available here.