September 2013

Kicking-off Adept!

Author: Michele Weiland
Posted: 30 Sep 2013 | 15:58

Adept, EPCC’s latest EU project, started officially on the 1st September and we held our kick-off meeting in Edinburgh a couple of weeks ago. The project partners travelled from Sweden (Uppsala University and Ericsson) and Belgium (Ghent), as well as from just across town (Alpha Data) to take part.

McMPI at the EuroMPI 2013 conference

Author: Daniel Holmes
Posted: 26 Sep 2013 | 10:05

Following my presentation about McMPI at the EuroMPI 2013 conference last week, some people asked me to post the slides. The presentation and the associated paper give a brief introduction to the McMPI software and quickly cover some of my thoughts about threading in MPI.

Supercomputing at Bang Goes the Borders

Author: Mario Antonioletti
Posted: 23 Sep 2013 | 09:43
 
For the second year running, EPCC attended Bang Goes the Borders, a free science festival held in St Mary's Primary School in Melrose. This was my first time at the festival but my fellow EPCC'ers Iain Bethune and Terry Sloan were old hands, both having done it last year. We set up four stands in a classroom we were allocated, with the first overseen by Terry who ran two exercises showing the benefits of using parallelism to solve problems.

Funding available through the Software Sustainability Institute's Fellowship

Author: Guest blogger
Posted: 18 Sep 2013 | 16:28

This article comes from Aleksandra Pawlik from the Software Sustainability Institute, Manchester

The Software Sustainability Institute is offering Fellowships with £3000 funding for travel, collaboration and running events. The Fellowship Programme 2014 recognises outstanding UK-based researchers who use software.

The deadline for the applications is 27th September 2013 at 5pm BST. Apply now to become a Fellow!

Hybrid MPI+PGAS programming models tutorial

Author: Nick Brown
Posted: 18 Sep 2013 | 11:37

Here at EPCC we are very excited about the PGAS2013 conference which is being held in Edinburgh on the 3rd and 4th of October. This will be the 7th international PGAS conference and, as always, it will be a great chance for those in the community to discuss latest developments in the field and their research.

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