November 2016

MSc in HPC with Data Science industrial placements: Mallzee

Author: Ben Morse
Posted: 16 Nov 2016 | 00:00

All our MSc students are given the opportunity to work on a project with a company or academic group.

ARCHER Image Competition 2016: winner announced

Author: Clair Barrass
Posted: 15 Nov 2016 | 16:11

Winning entry: Birth of a footprint

We are delighted to announce the winner of the ARCHER Image Competition 2016 is Dr Peter Falkingham, Natural Sciences & Psychology Department, Liverpool John Moores University for his image "The birth of a footprint".

The image was selected by the judges for its easily accessible scientific concepts represented by a clear and visually dramatic image.

ePython: supporting Python on many core co-processors

Author: Nick Brown
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 | 11:24

Supercomputing, the biggest conference in our calendar, is on next week and one of the activities I am doing is presenting a paper at the workshop on Python for High-Performance and Scientific Computing.

EPCC at SC16 (booth 701)

Author: Adrian Jackson
Posted: 8 Nov 2016 | 23:59

SC16 LogoSupercomputing 2016

EPCC is gearing up for next week's Supercomputing conference, SC16, in Salt Lake City, USA. If you'll be there too, come and visit us at booth #701. We'll also be involved in a whole range of workshops, panels, birds of a feather sessions (BoFs), and talks.

How do you solve a problem like Sierpinski?

Author: Iain Bethune
Posted: 7 Nov 2016 | 15:32

I promised in a post last month that I'd write some more about the PrimeGrid project, and it so happened this week that we made a discovery which gives me a good excuse to blog! On 31st October 2016 at 22:13:54 UTC a computer owned by Péter Szabolcs of Hungary reported via the BOINC distributed computing software that the number 10223*231172165+1 was prime.

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