Video: iVEC Student Cluster Team Tunes Code with Allinea MAP

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In this video from SC13, David Lecomber and Dr. Rebecca Hartman-Baker describe how the Student Cluster Team from iVEC in Australia used Allinea MAP to tune their applications for the competition.

HPCAC Looks Ahead to Stanford Workshop and ISC’14 Student Cluster Competition

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In this video, Gilad Shainer from the HPC Advisory Council reviews the organization’s past year of community building efforts. He also discloses plans for the third annual ISC’14 Student Cluster Competition, which takes place in Leipzig in June 2014.

SC13 Awards Roundup: Students Trounce Old-Timers in Celebrity Pro-AM

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SC13 wrapped its 25th anniversary conference wrapped today with awards for the very best in supercomputing.

Podcast: iVEC Student Cluster Team to Use Allinea MAP as a Secret Weapon

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In this podcast, Dr. Rebecca Hartman-Baker from iVEC in Australia describes how she pulled together a team in Perth for the SC13 Student Cluster Competition. Using innovative profiling tools like Allinea MAP, the iVEC team hopes to tune application codes and gain a competitive edge.

American Teams Line Up to Defend Cluster Cup at SC13

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.

SC13 Student Cluster Competition to Fly in Three Teams from Overseas

Over at The Register, Contributing Editor Dan Olds writes that three student teams will be jetting in from overseas to enter this year’s Student Cluster Competition at SC13.

Final Call for Submissions: ISC’14 Student Cluster Competition

The HPCAC-ISC Student Cluster Competition is designed to introduce the next generation of students to the international high performance computing community. This is an excellent educational opportunity for students around the world to showcase their knowledge and skillsets and to engage with leading commercial vendors. Students who participate in these competitions find it jumpstarts their careers in technology and research.