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EPCC at the NERC showcase event

The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) will run its showcase event at Dynamic Earth entitied UnEarthed from 17th-20th November.

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EPCC at SC17: say hello at Booth 201

We are delighted to be taking part in Supercomputing 2017 in Denver, Colorado.

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A two-way street

For four days EPCC staff Alistair, Ben, Gordon, Jo, Mario and Weronika were on hand at New Scientist Live 2017 in the London ExCel with activities and knowledge about ARCHER&nbs

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'Best use of ARCHER' competition winners announced

 

EPCC and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are delighted to announce the ten winners of the recent Best Use of ARCHER Competition

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View from the storage side

I recently attended the 2017 Flash Memory Summit, a conference primarily aimed at storage technology and originally based around flash memory, although it has expanded to cover all forms of no

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Summer of HPC at EPCC: Climbing higher everyday

Our guest blogger is Jakub Piotr Nurski, one of our 2017 Summer Of HPC students.

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Summer of HPC: Exploring Edinburgh, Python coding and much more

This guest post is by Dimitra Anevlavi, one of our 2017 Summer of HPC visitors.

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Distributed ledgers for carbon markets

Distributed ledgers, the core technology underlying digital currencies such as BitCoin, offer some interesting functionality for constructing distributed data infrastructures.

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New programme to optimise business-critical software: call for Expressions of Interest

 

CodeOpt Scotland is a new programme designed to increase company competitiveness by optimising the performance of business-critical software.

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Haggis actually isn’t half bad…

Summer of HPC student Sam Green is working with EPCC's Nick Brown on a visualisation of the Met Office's MONC weather model. Here he writes about his first impressions.

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