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UrgentHPC20 workshop at SC: Fighting disasters with urgent computing

Author: Nick Brown
Posted: 10 Nov 2020 | 09:44

Join the workshop: Friday 13 November, 2:30pm–6:30pm ET

At SC20 this year we are chairing UrgentHPC, the second international workshop on the use of HPC for urgent decision making. The idea of the workshop is to explore the fusion of HPC, big data, and other technologies in responding to disasters such as global pandemics, wildfires, hurricanes, extreme flooding, earthquakes, tsunamis, winter weather conditions, and accidents. Whilst HPC has a long history of simulating disasters, we believe that technological advances are creating exciting new opportunities to support emergency, urgent, decision making in real-time.

EPCC at Supercomputing: Booth 2503

Author: Adrian Jackson
Posted: 13 Oct 2015 | 11:28

EPCC Stand layoutEPCC at SC15

Preparations for EPCC's booth at SC15 are currently in full swing. This year we have revamped our stand, ordering a custom-built display (see pics below). 

In previous years we have used a combination of smaller displays to populate the space we have at the conference. However, it's often hard to get a coherent and consistent look for the booth when using an adhoc approach like this, hence this years' decision to create a display that is tailored to the space we have on the exhibition floor at Supercomputing.

Women in HPC at Supercomputing 2014

Author: Toni Collis
Posted: 28 Nov 2014 | 15:03

Last week Women in HPC took the HPC community (and New Orleans) by storm. As Supercomputing 2014 took over New Orleans, Women in HPC took over Supercomputing with a fantastic response.

Women in HPC workshop at Supercomputing 2014

Author: Toni Collis
Posted: 23 Jul 2014 | 10:01

The Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) network will run a workshop at Supercomputing 2014 in New Orleans on improving the representation of women in the international HPC community. WHPC supports collaboration and networking, bringing together female HPC scientists, researchers, developers, users and technicians from across the UK. 

Hello, Denver!

Author: Nick Johnson
Posted: 17 Nov 2013 | 16:02

As the title says, "Hello Denver".

This is my first time in Denver and thanks to a grant from UKUSAHPC, I'm attending SC13. Over this next week, I'll  share some insights from SC about what's happening in the area and any especially interesting people I meet.

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