Posted: 12 Nov 2019 | 11:11
Here in EPCC we lead a work package of the VESTEC EU FET project which is working on the fusion of real-time data and HPC for urgent decision-making for disaster response. While HPC has a long history of simulating disasters, what’s missing to support emergency, urgent, decision-making is fast, real-time acquisition of data and the ability to guarantee time constraints.
Posted: 11 Nov 2019 | 08:49
In this blog post I consider how we (as the UK HPC community) could create a community HPC technical knowledge base that would allow us to share and reuse useful technical information. Much of these thoughts came out of discussions at the HPC Champions meeting that took place on 16 September 2019 alongside the UK RSE Conference 2019 in Birmingham, UK along with subsequent discussions at the monthly HPC RSE calls.
Posted: 8 Nov 2019 | 15:27
The class of 2019 was the eighteenth cohort of EPCC MSc students and the first to be based at the Bayes Centre home. Our new surroundings have been immensely beneficial to the student experience, with the student desk space quite literally on the doorstep of staff offices and plenty of space to breakout for group study. Despite 2018/19 being our largest MSc intake in terms of entrants to that point, it was an incredibly cohesive group.
Posted: 7 Nov 2019 | 14:55
After four years of hard work, the NEXTGenIO project has now come to an end. It has been an extremely enjoyable and successful collaboration with a dedicated group of HPC users, software and tools developers, and hardware providers from across Europe.
Posted: 6 Nov 2019 | 12:15
From 10–13 October, EPCC were exhibitors at New Scientist Live 2019. Various members of EPCC attended – as well as myself, there were Outreach regulars Gordon Gibb, Oliver Brown, Juan Rodriguez Herrera, and Ben Morse, as well as relative newbies Darren White, Spyro Nita, and Evgenij Belikov.