Posted: 27 Aug 2020 | 13:54
Cirrus is a Tier-2 state-of-the-art advanced computing facility available to industry and academia. Hosted and managed by EPCC, it provides an ideal platform for solving computational, simulation, modelling, and data science challenges.
The system was recently upgraded via a £3.5m funding award from the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. This included the addition of 144 NVIDIA V100 GPUs and a 256TB high-performance storage layer for the most demanding data-streaming applications.
Posted: 24 Aug 2020 | 18:11
Edoardo Coronado visited EPCC from 18th May–15th August 2019 under the HPC-Europa3 programme. Here he gives us an update on his research since his previous blog article.
During my visit to EPCC in 2019 under the auspices of the HPC-Europa3 programme, I worked on optimising routines to perform the Sparse Matrix-Vector (SpMV) product, a common operation in lots of scientific applications, on Intel Xeon Gold processors and Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).
Posted: 29 Nov 2019 | 11:50
ENGYS is a global computer software company specialising in the development and distribution of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and design optimisation solutions for enterprises based on open-source technologies. The company’s software products include HELYX, a general-purpose CFD and design optimisation package for engineering applications, and ELEMENTS, a dedicated computer simulation software for automotive design.
Posted: 15 Aug 2019 | 11:35
Edoardo Coronado visited EPCC from 18th May–15th August 2019 under the HPC-Europa3 programme.
Hi! My name is Edoardo Coronado. I am a Mexican PhD student in Technologies of Information at the "Centro Singular de Investigación en Tecnoloxías Intelixentes" (CiTIUS) at the "Universidad de Santiago de Compostela" in Spain. I work on the optimisation of iterative solvers on accelerator devices. I have spent three months at EPCC at the University of Edinburgh under the HPC-Europa3 transnational access programme with Mr Adrian Jackson acting as my host.
Posted: 29 Mar 2018 | 07:57
Dr Antonio Javier Gallego visited EPCC under the HPC Europa 3 Programme. He recounts his experiences in this blog article.
My name is Antonio Javier Gallego and I am from Alicante, Spain. I visited EPCC under the HPC-Europa3 programme hosted by Prof. Robert 'Bob' Fisher at The University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics. My research project consisted of the development of methods for the detection of floating objects in the sea from aerial images. In particular, two methods were proposed: one for the detection of oil spills and another for locating people in the sea (ie drowned, shipwrecked, or fallen overboard).