Neelofer Banglawala's blog
Posted: 6 Nov 2020 | 15:27
The 9th Workshop on Python for High-Performance and Scientific Computing (PyHPC) at SC20 will once again bring researchers and developers together to share their experiences of using Python across a wide range of disciplines and applications.
EPCC is a member of the PyHPC Organizing Committee and this year we are co-chairing PyHPC's 9th Workshop on Python for High-Performance and Scientific Computing at SC20 on Friday 13 Nov, 10:00–18:30 EST.
Posted: 15 Jun 2017 | 11:28
Several times a year, UK researchers can apply to the ARCHER Embedded Computational Science and Engineering (eCSE) programme which funds the development and improvement of scientific software running on ARCHER, the UK’s national HPC service.
Posted: 5 Oct 2015 | 12:24
Since 2013, EPCC has hosted PRACE Summer of HPC (SoHPC) students for eight weeks from early July. I was involved with SoHPC for the first time this year as mentor of two Masters students, Jana Boltersdorf from FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences (Germany) and Ondřej Vysocký from Brno University of Technology (Czech Republic).
Posted: 27 Jan 2015 | 22:16
I have been re-architecting the solver-side of VOX-FE, a voxel-based finite element bone modelling suite developed by Prof. Michael Fagan's Medical & Biological Engineering group at the University of Hull. The suite comprises a GUI (you can read more about it in this blog post) and a linear solver. VOX-FE creates bone models made up of small cuboid elements by directly converting Computed Tomographic data into these elements. This circumvents the problems faced by the more common method of model creation via mesh interpolation (loss of detail, scaling issues). VOX-FE's approach makes modelling an entire skull with surrounding soft tissue a realisable goal. However, it’s not quite there yet.