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Posted: 21 Jun 2021 | 11:13
Through our links with national services, international collaborations and other projects, we deliver a wide range of training courses in high performance computing and data science.
Posted: 21 Jun 2021 | 11:10
At our Advanced Computing Facility (ACF), we host a remarkable collection of high-performance computing and data services. These include Public Health Scotland’s National Safe Haven and UK national research systems such as ARCHER2, Cirrus and Tesseract, as well as smaller scale systems designed to explore new technologies.
Here are some highlights from our current work in this area.
Posted: 21 Jun 2021 | 10:59
Some highlights from our current work in this area.
Posted: 21 Jun 2021 | 10:55
We provide world-class computing systems, data storage and support services. Here are some highlights from our work in this area.
ExCALIBUR FPGA testbed
ExCALIBUR is a £45.7m programme to address the challenges and opportunities offered by computing at the exascale (high performance computing at 1018 floating point operations per second). The programme will address problems of strategic importance, and how to approach them in an efficient, effective, and productive fashion on the world’s largest computers.
Posted: 21 Jun 2021 | 10:32
EPCC has a history of working with some of the most powerful supercomputers in the world. As such, we have decades of experience optimising and fine-tuning applications for the best performance. One of our key areas of research is HPC software optimisation to achieve maximum efficiency with the aim of delivering scientific results quickly and accurately. Here are some highlights from our current work in this area.
Posted: 13 Oct 2020 | 11:13
The University of Edinburgh will hold its third Data-Driven Innovation conference (held jointly with The Scotsman newspaper) on Friday 6 November 2020. Join experts from inside the University of Edinburgh and beyond to hear about the enormous challenges – and real opportunities – in our increasingly data-rich world.