The Texas Learning & Computation Center is seeking an HPC Specialist in our Job of the Week. The HPC Specialist develops, implements, and evaluates HPC projects in collaboration with faculty and conducts training on HPC topics for faculty, staff and students including customized training and consultation for groups and individuals. Are you paying too much […]
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In these days of pervasive multicore computing, no one would argue the importance of teaching parallel programming skill to our young people. Now Dr. Tom Crick from Cardiff Metropolitan University writes that its time to change the focus from just writing code to developing the crucial thinking skills and the ability to solve problems. Computational […]
Rice University is seeking a Computational Scientist in our Job of the Week. The Computational Scientist will work with Rice research faculty and staff and their collaborators to maintain, develop, and advance our efforts in high performance computing. The position is particularly focused on supporting complex research applications which are running on scalable high performance […]
Kevin Tubbs from Dell has started a series of blog posts about Computational Fluid Dynamics. Time to final solution with CFD solvers greatly influences the rate at which analysis and design decisions can be made. Because there are a wide variety of methods and uses, HPC components play an important role in the delivery of […]
Stony Brook University is launching a new world-class Institute for Advanced Computational Science. In close collaboration with Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Institute’s core mission is to advance the science of computing and its applications to solving complex problems in physical sciences, life sciences, medicine, sociology, industry, and finance. The increasing availability and use of high-performance […]
In this video, Professor Federico Silla and Antonio J. Peña from the Technical University of Valencia Spain present: rCUDA, An Approach to Provide Remote Access to GPU Computational Power. Download the slides (PDF). Recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Workshop on March 14, 2012.
Cornell Center for Advanced Computing received an HPC Innovation Excellence Award for enabling hepatitis C virus (HCV) research on a remote experimental MATLAB computing resource located at Cornell University. IDC research has shown that high performance computing can greatly improve ROI and scientific advancement,” said Earl Joseph, program vice president, High Performance Computing at IDC. […]
In this video, LANL’s Timothy C. Germann presents: Exploiting Asynchrony for Exascale Computational Materials Science: Hierarchical Algorithms for Hierarchical Architectures. Recorded at the HPC User Forum in San Diego on Sept. 8, 2011.
Our Video Sunday feature continues with this lecture by Dr Ilya Kuprov at the University of Oxford: Computational Chemistry – The Anatomy of a Supercomputer. Download the slides (PDF) or check out related courses at Spindynamics.org.
The Wall Street Journal reports that JPMorgan is using Tesla GPU’s for risk calculations and finding tremendous improvement in time (40X) and accuracy. Nvidia GPUs that have been added to J.P. Morgan servers–working as accelerators alongside x86 processors–have generated peak performance that is in excess of 100 times faster than microprocessors alone for some kinds […]