These are the key principles of the virtual winter school on computational chemistry:
Free (but required) registration Live lectures broadcasted on the internet using virtual conferencing software Speakers make talks accessible for non-specialists as well as presenting new aspects in the field Lectures cover a wide variety of subjects Lectures are available for download Participants can present their work Forum and chat sessions
The BLAS and LAPACK Libraries in Computational Chemistry
Prof. T. Daniel Crawford of Virginia Tech discusses the Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS) and Linear Algebra PACKage (LAPACK), two libraries that are widely used in computational chemistry. This lecture was given as part of the Software Summer School at Virginia Tech in July 2013.