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New ARCHER2 training programmes

Author: Juan Rodriguez Herrera
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.

Software Carpentry at York

Author: Juan Rodriguez Herrera
Posted: 22 Jul 2019 | 11:14

Last month a Software Carpentry workshop organised by EPCC in collaboration with ARCHER and the Software Sustainability Institute was held in York. We had around twenty attendees from various backgrounds such as genetics, physical sciences, and engineering among others. My EPCC colleague Mario joined me as my fellow instructor and we also had the valuable support of three knowledgeable helpers from the Department of Physics at the University of York: Phil Hasnip, Peter Hill, and Killian Murphy.

Wee Archie goes to EngFest 2.0

Author: Juan Rodriguez Herrera
Posted: 26 Oct 2017 | 11:38

EngFest 2.0 is the second Institution of Engineers & Technology (IET) Festival of Engineering, which aims to inspire current school students and thus grow the future generation of engineers.

First day at BBF 2017

Author: Juan Rodriguez Herrera
Posted: 15 Mar 2017 | 22:04

During my period as a PhD student, I dealt with questions from academics, ranging from university students to full professors. However today at the Big Bang Fair (BBF) it was slightly different. This time the questions regarding what supercomputing is and what it involves came from pupils from different UK schools.

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