TeamEPCC gears up for the Student Cluster Competition at ISC23
Five students from our MSc programmes in High Performance Computing, and High Performance Computing with Data Science will compete in Hamburg in May.
The evolution of RISC architecture
It is an exciting time for CPU development with the introduction of Apple’s ARM-based silicon and new RISC-V CPUs, even though the developer journey is currently a bit bumpy for the latter.
ASiMoV-CCS at the UK National GPU Hackathon
A team of developers working on the ASiMoV-CCS code joined the recent UK National Open Hackathon which ran from 27 February–8 March, with the main hackathon event running across three days in March
EPCC launches applications for HPC Summer School
EPCC's new HPC Summer School will offer UK undergraduate students the opportunity to learn more about HPC in a residential and practical setting over five weeks in the summer of 2023.
Updates from the Software Sustainability Institute
The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) cultivates better, more sustainable research software to enable world-class research.
Better procedure design using the Fortran pure attribute
This news article by Dr Paul Bartholomew describes the resolution of an issue that arose when debugging a pure Fortran procedure as part of work related to the ARCHER2 eCSE06-04 project 3decomp
Satellite data and HPC combine to improve arable farming
A key objective of our role in the EuroCC project was the transfer of knowledge to industry.
Investigating micro-core architectures with an EPCC PhD
Maurice Jamieson's interest in Green Computing led him to join EPCC first as a PhD student and now as a member of staff.
EuroCC and The UK National Competence Centre
EuroCC was formed in 2020 to create a European-funded network of National Competence Centres (NCC) in HPC and related technologies. EuroCC@UK was the UK NCC, run by EPCC in collaboration with STFC
Research Software Workshop: guidelines and metrics for metadata curation
On March 24, the FAIR-IMPACT and FAIRCORE4OSC projects will co-host the "Research Software Workshop: guidelines and metrics for metadata curation".