Posted: 25 May 2020 | 11:47
We support businesses across a wide range of industries and sectors.
We recently completed a successful collaboration with Oil and Gas integrity management specialists, PIM Ltd, to investigate the benefits and opportunities for using novel automation and data analytics technologies to improve the effectiveness and productivity of asset integrity management services. Over the last eight years PIM has delivered risk-based inspection services to the Oil and Gas sector and has built up a considerable amount of data which can be leveraged to optimise future inspection services.
Posted: 15 May 2020 | 15:10
Training is one of the functions of the ARCHER2 Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) service, which is run by EPCC and started on May 6th 2020. We are fully committed to providing a rich, diverse programme of training that is responsive to our users' evolving needs. We have therefore designed a programme that addresses the training requirements of users with different needs and level of experience.
Posted: 14 May 2020 | 10:00
The Collaborations Workshop is the annual flagship event of the Software Sustainability Institute. For the last ten years it has brought together researchers, developers, innovators, managers, funders, publishers, leaders, and educators to explore and share best practice.
The Workshop is a highly interactive event with about 100 participants, and is designed to facilitate meeting as many new people as possible. With the global pandemic forcing us to stay at home, could we successfully recreate the experience online, and with only three weeks to prepare?
Posted: 13 May 2020 | 15:25
HPC-Europa3 visitor Fernando Romero López, a PhD student from the Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC) at the University of Valencia in Spain, visited Dr Antonio Rago of Mathematical Sciences at Plymouth University earlier this year. Here he describes his experience.
I am a physicist doing my PhD in theoretical particle physics at the University of Valencia. During January and February, I had the chance to visit the UK for a six-week research project at the University of Plymouth as a part of the HPC-Europa3 programme.
Posted: 8 May 2020 | 09:37
ExCALIBUR is a £45.7m programme to address the challenges and opportunities offered by computing at the exascale (high performance computing at 1018 floating point operations per second). The programme will address problems of strategic importance, and how to approach them in an efficient, effective, and productive fashion on the world’s largest computers.