MSc in HPC

Our MSc programmes: meeting the demand for data and computational skills

Author: Ben Morse
Posted: 3 Jun 2020 | 13:32

We have seen increasing demand for data analytics skills for large-scale data, and in computation that can scale up. Our MSc programmes in HPC and HPC with Data Science address this demand.

The on-campus MSc programmes in HPC and HPC with Data Science are growing rapidly. With 70 students, the class of 2020 is nearly double the size of 2019’s class. 

In demand! Masters programmes at EPCC

Author: Ben Morse
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.

MSc programmes update

Author: Ben Morse
Posted: 10 May 2019 | 13:19

EPCC offers two MSc degree programmes: The MSc in High Performance Computing and the MSc in High Performance Computing with Data Science. Both programmes offer flexibility with a rich choice of units and excellent job prospects on graduation.

2018/19 has seen the MSc in High Performance Computing/High Performance Computing with Data Science’s largest ever entry, with 36 students beginning the programmes last September, and it has been an extremely busy year for students and staff alike.

MSc student placements with local industry

Author: Marc Sabate
Posted: 15 Jun 2017 | 13:51

Our MSc programmes' industry-based dissertation projects enhance our students’ skills and employability by tackling a real-world project, gaining workplace experience, exploring potential career paths and building relationships with local companies.

MSc Annual Guest Lectures series

Author: Arno Proeme
Posted: 15 Jun 2017 | 13:47

As part of our MSc Programmes, EPCC organises a yearly series of guest lectures given by external speakers from industry and academia. 

EPCC returns to Student Cluster Competition at ISC’17

Author: Emmanouil Farsarakis
Posted: 25 May 2017 | 12:10

The Student Cluster Competition is held three times a year, at Supercomputing, ISC High Performance and the Asia Student Supercomputing Challenge. EPCC has taken part in the past with great success and we're returning to the competition at ISC17 with a strong team of students from our MSc in High Performance Computing, and MSc in High Performance Computing with Data Science.

High-performance teamworking

Author: Guest blogger
Posted: 1 Dec 2015 | 10:16

Alex Nigay, a student on our MSc in High Performance Computing, gives an interesting perspective on a Programming Skills course run by EPCC's Mike Jackson.

Improving the performance of TINKER, a molecular dynamics codebase

Author: Guest blogger
Posted: 4 Nov 2014 | 10:52

Justs Zarins reports on his work to improve the performance of TINKER, a molecular dynamics codebase. This 3-month dissertation project was undertaken as part of his MSc in High Performance Computing at EPCC. Justs has now joined EPCC as a post-graduate researcher.

TeamEPCC & the ISC'14 Student Cluster Competition

Author: Xu Guo
Posted: 1 Jul 2014 | 14:35

This post was written by TeamEPCC, four MSc in HPC students who achieved the highest-ever LINPACK score in the Student Cluster Competition at ISC14. 

In the photo (left to right): Chenhui Quan, Konstantinos Mouzakitis, Emmanouil Farsarakis (Manos) and Georgios Iniatis. 

EPCC at ISC'14: come and say hello!

Author: Nick Brown
Posted: 13 Jun 2014 | 12:06

EPCC will be exhibiting in Booth 920.

International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) is one of the main events in the field of high performance computing, networking and storage. It has a diverse programme of keynote talks, research presentations, tutorials, BoFs and satellite events provided by 300 expert speakers along with over 170 exhibitors and 3,000 attendees. As usual, there will be a significant EPCC representation.

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