Numerical Algorithms Group - Out and About

We regularly organize and participate in conferences, seminars and training days with our customers and partners. If you would like to talk to us about hosting a NAG seminar at your organization or any training requirements you might have email us at info@nag.co.uk

Forthcoming Events

Please click here to find information on some of our past events.

  • The 8th International Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics (CFE-ERCIM 2014)
    6-8 December 2014, University of Pisa, Italy
    The CFEnetwork aims to consolidate research in computational and financial econometrics throughout Europe; provide research with a network from which they can obtain an unrivalled source of information about the most recent developments in computational and financial econometrics as well as its applications; and to edit quality publications of high impact and significance. The Conference will take place jointly with the International Conference of the ERCIM WG on Computational and Methodological Statistics (ERCIM 2014). The conference has a high reputation of quality presentations, with the previous conference attracting over 1200 participants. NAG is delighted to be present again this year, and would be pleased to meet you at the NAG exhibition booth if you are attending the event.

  • NAG Technical Training Course 'Portable, Bug-Free Fortran, with the NAG Fortran Compiler'
    12 December 2014, NAG Oxford
    As all developers know their primary tool during the code development cycle is the compiler. As such a compiler that is strong on identifying bugs and portability issues clearly, accurately and early in that cycle is of huge benefit to the programmer. The NAG Fortran compiler is widely recognised as one such compiler (for instance http://www.polyhedron.com/fortran-compiler-comparisons/win32-fortran-compiler-comparisons-diagnostic-capabilities) and in this half-day course we will introduce its capabilities, showing how bugs can be easily found by use of the compiler, including classes of bugs that are often difficult to find such as uninitialised variables. The course will consist of a lecture explaining how to use the facilities available within the compiler. This will include real examples of bugs identified when developing well known Fortran codes. It will then be followed by a practical session where attendees can use the compiler and see for themselves its capabilities.

    For full details, and to register, click here.
     
  • NAG HPC & Numerical Training Courses
    A full list of NAG Training Courses can be viewed here.