This week Fujitsu announced it will collaborate with HPC Wales on new supercomputing research, helping to establish seven PhD studentships in computational science in Welsh universities. The studentships form part of a wider strategic collaboration between HPC Wales and Fujitsu, designed to promote the uptake of high-performance computing (HPC) in Welsh industries in areas of priority to the Welsh Government.
We are pleased to be supporting these projects, which are at the leading edge of scientific research and at the same time will contribute to the development of the Welsh economy, said David Craddock, Chief Executive Officer of HPC Wales. “The projects already involve significant collaboration between the universities and businesses and promise to strengthen and grow a number of key areas of the Welsh economy.”
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