In this slidecast, Jill King from Adaptive Computing describes the 2013 BeoWulf Bash. The free event will take place on Monday, Nov. 18 at 9pm at the Wynkoop Brewery in Denver.
FLAMEL is designed to develop innovations in computing, mathematics, material science, and manufacturing in order to accelerate the creation of new high performance materials for applications. The program will be transformational in bringing ‘big data’ researchers together with materials scientists, engineers, and mathematicians to quantify the microstructures that comprise materials and develop new algorithms and software for their design.
“We can now complete an entire boat design test in three days using the Dell HPC cluster. We’ve gone from 30 to 40 design candidates being tested physically for our 2007 Cup campaign to testing 300-400 designs for this edition of the America’s Cup,” said Nick Holroyd, Technical Director, Emirates Team New Zealand.
In this podcast, Ange Mason from the San Diego Supercomputing Center takes us on a tour of HPC University — a resource site on High Performance Computing for students and educators. The HPC University (HPCU) is a virtual organization whose primary goal is to provide a cohesive, persistent, and sustainable on-line environment to share educational […]