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EPCC faces a huge challenge over the next few years: developing new algorithms and software to take full advantage of the next generation of high-performance supercomputers...
Read the full interview with EPCC Director Mark Parsons in Science Scotland.
Compute Canada has become the first international partner to join the Women in High Performance Computing network.
Drawing on his background as the former Director of one of the most impressive supercomputing facilities in Europe, Prof. Arthur Trew describes the latest trends in computational science – and suggests data should be the first thing on people's minds.
EPCC has launched two novel online courses: Practical Introduction to High Performance Computing;and Practical Introduction to Data Science. Both are fully accredited by the University of Edinburgh as Postgraduate Professional Development courses.
ParCo 2015, the conference on parallel computing taking place at the University of Edinburgh in September 2015, is giving high-tech companies the chance to demonstrate their products, services and recruitment opportunities to the ParCo audience of highly skilled professionals and students. Places in the industry exhibition can now be booked - see www.parco2015.org/industry-exhibition.
EPCC is co-organising a workshop on software development for biomolecular simulation during October in Julich, Germany. For full details of the workshop and to register please visit http://www.cecam.org/workshop-1214.html