The NSF’s Blue Waters Graduate Fellowship Program is seeking graduate students from across the country to immerse themselves in a year of focused HPC research.
As a teacher, I’m teaching so that my student’s live can change. So, has SC helped me? Yes. It’s helped me become a better teacher.
Today Mellanox launched its Online Academy and certification platform for data center IT professionals seeking to further enhance and manage InfiniBand- and Ethernet-based networks.
NAG announced that that over 2000 attendees have now benefitted from the company’s highly rated HPC training courses in the UK. In its efforts to address the HPC skills for the scientific computing community, NAG has operated the UK’s national CSE Support Service as a core part of the HECToR supercomputing service since 2006.
Dan Olds provides profiles of the five teams who will be defending America’s Big Iron honor at the upcoming competition at SC13 conference in Denver.
Today NCSA announced that up to 1.8 million node-hours on the Blue Waters supercomputer will be made available for educational uses, including semester-long courses, workshops, and institutes. These Education Allocations will enable projects that advance petascale computational and data analysis knowledge and skills while fostering projects that are visionary and/or are national in scope. Possible […]
Matloff’s parallel programming book is suitable for either students or professionals, as there is very little theoretical analysis of parallel algorithms, such as O() analysis, maximum theoretical speedup, acyclic graphs and so on. Instead he has provided extensive coverage of what he calls “wizardry” aspects–material known to experienced practitioners but generally not in books, such as coverage of loop iteration scheduling and memory effects of storing large arrays.