Amy Krause's blog
Posted: 24 Apr 2017 | 11:21
Recent devastating earthquakes in Nepal and Italy have illustrated the need for better understanding and more accurate operational forecasting of aftershock sequences to assist emergency response. This project is a multi-disciplinary collaboration to develop risk assessments for earthquake aftershocks using dense networks of traditional seismometers, and to explore the use of mobile phones as sensors and for community engagement.
Posted: 8 Jul 2016 | 14:48
Modern genome-sequencing technologies are easily capable of producing data volumes that can swamp a genetic researcher’s existing computing infrastructure. EPCC is working with the breeding company Aviagen to build a system that allows such researchers to scale up their data infrastructures to handle these increases in volume without compromising their analytical pipelines.
Posted: 17 Jun 2014 | 15:00
After several years of working with users who are not computer scientists (seismologists and geoscientists), we have realised two main points: these communities usually have problems that should be addressed with parallel computing, but they don't often have the skills and training to do so. We set out to build a programming library, Dispel4Py, that both enables users to easily write a description of a data-processing application and takes care of running that application in different parallel environments.