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The Collaborations Workshop 2016(link is external) (CW16), organised by the Software Sustainability Institute(link is external), focusses on hot topics, sharing of best pratice and nascent tools and approaches in research software. If you write, use or have an interest in software that enables better research then CW16 is a meeting you should strongly consider attending!
A mini supercomputer that powers virtual dinosaur races has been developed to show how the world’s most powerful computers work.
A partnership between EPCC and GexCon AS has created a unique explosion-modelling service for the petrochemical, nuclear, and general process manufacturing industries.
The Software Sustainability Institute, a team of experts from the universities of Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford and Southampton, who are committed to cultivating world-class research through software, has received £3.5m funding to continue its valuable support for the UK's research software community.
Two projects in which EPCC has a major role have won awards announced by HPCWire, the on-line HPC news service, at the annual Supercomputing conference in Austin, Texas.
Today a consortium led by EPCC, the supercomputing centre at the University of Edinburgh, announces the successful start of the NEXTGenIO project. NEXTGenIO is an R&D project funded by the European Commission that will develop solutions to high performance computing’s (HPC) input/output (I/O) challenges.