Posted: 8 Nov 2017 | 10:23
This year’s MPI Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at SC17 will be held on Wednesday 15th November. I’ll be talking about the Sessions proposal – and explaining why it’s no longer called Sessions!
Spoiler: the working group has been looking at how Teams might interact with Endpoints.
Posted: 8 Nov 2017 | 10:13
Are you interested in using machine learning for something big enough to need supercomputing resources?
Have you worked on, or with, one of the Deep Learning frameworks, like TensorFlow or Caffe?
Are you just curious about the state-of-the-art at the crossover between AI and HPC?
Posted: 7 Nov 2017 | 11:13
In October I attended GRADnet's "Moving Forward for 2nd Year PGRs" day in London for physics post-graduates, and ran two sessions on "Writing better software to research".
SEPnet, the South East Physics Network, is a consortium of universities in the south east of England. It promotes excellence in physics in both academia and industry via research, collaboration, training, and outreach. GRADnet is SEPnet's collaborative graduate school which provides professional skills training to PhD students.
GRADnet's "Moving Forward for 2nd Year PGRs" day offered attendees a choice of 5 sessions both morning and afternoon, on 'Creating impact', 'How to write a successful Fellowship application', 'Research data management', 'Unconscious Bias', and 'Writing better software for research'. Sixty-six students attended the event.
Posted: 6 Nov 2017 | 14:29
Thank you to everyone who submitted images and videos to this year's competition. The outstanding range of entries made judging a most enjoyable experience with so many great demonstrations of the important work being done using ARCHER.