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Imagine if every person on the planet were able to carry out 250,000 calculations per second simultaneously. This is the combined capability of the next stage of development, announced today, of two giant computers, HECToR and BlueGene/Q, based at the University of Edinburgh’s Advanced Computing Facility (ACF). It marks the next chapter in the UK’s supercomputing programme.
BonFIRE is looking for Testing Experiments that want to trial on the Cloud software prototypes or results of services R&D Internet of Services projects.
The School of Physics & Astronomy offers up to two Master’s scholarships in High Performance Computing for the 2012-2013 academic session. Each scholarship covers tuition fees and additional programme costs up to a maximum value of £6,750 and is tenable for one academic year.
PlanetHPC has published its report on the future use of HPC for research and innovation in Europe, with recommendations that carry the endorsement of leading industrial and academic experts in the HPC field.
Scottish businesses in the energy, life science and finance sectors are set to benefit from a unique initiative that will enable them to channel Scotland’s world-class supercomputing power and expertise.