Fortran workshop series starts September 10

August 27, 2019

Registration is now open for an NCAR/CISL series of five one-day Fortran workshops beginning Tuesday, September 10. 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 NCAR Mesa Lab (Chapman Room) 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, Sept. 10: Scope and definition of names, how a Fortran program interacts with the o/s, intrinsic types, inquiry procedures.

  • Vector Fortran - Monday, Sept. 16: Arrays and array operations, rank of an array, inquiry procedures, array intrinsics.

  • Object-Oriented Fortran - Tuesday, Sept. 24: Derived types, operators, assignments, polymorphism.

  • Parallel Fortran - Monday, Sept. 30: Coarrays, solutions to several problems explained in detail.

  • Interoperability with C and handling Floating Point data - Tuesday, Oct. 8: 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.