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Job of the Week: Scientific Programmer at ETH Zurich


ETH Zurich is seek a scientific programmer in regional climate modeling in our Job of the Week.

ETH Zurich is now an Intel Parallel Computing Center


Torsten Hoeffler writes that the Scalable Parallel Computing Lab at ETH Zurich is now an Intel Parallel Computing Center (IPCC).

Video: Rich and Dan Test Drive a Tesla at GTC 2014


In this video, Dan Olds and Rich Brueckner from Radio Free HPC take a Tesla Motors electric sedan for a test drive. Dan has a lead foot, so hang on and come along for the ride!

Rich Brueckner Presents: Big Data – What’s It Really About?


In this video from the TCC Conference, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC describes the convergence of Big Data and HPC. “While the term Big Data has become pervasive in Information Technology, many in the industry are still puzzled by how to make money from this phenomenon. In this talk, Brueckner will look at what’s really behind Big Data as an engine for change with case studies that are bringing the full potential of Big Data home.”

Rich Brueckner to Discuss Big Data Trends at October Carrier Event


Hurricane Electric will host its next Carrier Networking Event on Wednesday, October 30. The event will feature Rich Brueckner from insideBIGDATA. “We are thrilled to welcome Rich to our increasingly popular Carrier Networking Event. Big Data stands out in the industry as a topic continually growing in importance and we look forward to Rich sharing his extensive knowledge and thoughts on future trends.”

Erich Strohmaier on the Challenges of Exascale


According to Strohmaier, exascale will allow scientists to study the most challenging problems in much greater detail with much greater accuracy.

Enriching Future Food Supplies with TACC Supercomputing Know-how

Over at the Texas Advanced Computing Center, writes that researchers from Iowa State University are using TACC supercomputing resources to better understand bovine DNA. Harnessing information from DNA sequences in buffalo and cattle is an important step in meeting the growing world’s demand for food. As the world’s population approaches nine billion people in 2050, […]

OpenFabrics Workshop Comes to Zurich Sept. 24-25

The OpenFabrics Alliance will hold its the inaugural Zurich Workshop User Event September 24-25 in Rüschlikon. With the support of IBM Zurich Research, the OFA is pleased to bring this forum to OFS/OFED users in EMEIA, so that they may connect face-to-face and share knowledge with other users across the globe,” said Jim Ryan, Chairman, […]

Erich Strohmaier on How the TOP500 Got Started

No one knows what to expect when the new TOP500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers comes out on June 18. To provide a perspective on how the list got started, Jon Bashor caught up with LBNL’s Dr. Erich Strohmaier, one of the founders of When we started this, it was to gather statistics […]

NASA’s Roger Hunter to Keynote HPC User Forum in Richmond April 17

The HPC User Forum announced that Dr. Roger Hunter will keynote their next meeting in Richmond, Virginia. As NASA’s Kepler Mission Manager, Hunter oversees the search for habitable planets. Since my last update, the Kepler team announced the discovery of 11 new planetary systems with 26 more planets. These discoveries nearly double the number of verified Kepler […]