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Call for Participation: HPC PRACE Winter School

The Inter University Computing Centre (IUCC) in Israel and Amazon Web Services have joined forces to train researchers and research software engineers (RSEs) in the use of AWS for high performance computing (HPC) at the PRACE Winter School, 7-9 December 2021. The organizations have issued a call for participation. PRACE (the Partnership for Advanced Computing […]

Registration Opens for Oct. 1 HPC4EI National Manufacturing Day

Sept. 13, 2021 — Registration is free and open to the public for HPC4EI Manufacturing Day, Friday, Oct. 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ET, and will feature Pamela Isom, director of the Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office of the U.S. Department of Energy, and Doug Kothe, director of DOE’s Exascale Computing Project at […]

NCAR Official to Discuss New Supercomputer Friday at Univ. of Wyoming

September 13, 2021 — A top director with the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is coming to the University of Wyoming to discuss the capabilities and uses of a new supercomputer that will be installed in the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) near Cheyenne. Thomas Hauser, director of NCAR’s Computational and Information Systems Laboratory Technology […]

OCP Global Summit Will Have In-person and Remote Attendees

The OCP Global Summit conference, scheduled for November 9-10 in San Jose, has received permission from local authorities to allow in-person attendance at the event. The Open Compute Project, now in its 10 year, said in an announcement today that the conference will be hybrid, both remote and in-person, and that attendees traveling to San […]

Krell Institute Launches ‘Science in Parallel’ Podcast Focusing on Computational Science Innovators

AMES, IOWA – The Krell Institute is launching Science in Parallel, a podcast highlighting people and projects at the interface of science and computing. The first season features scientists who use computers to design alternative energy strategies, zero in on the chemistry of molecular surfaces, build quantum control algorithms and more. Along the way, listeners also will […]

SC21 to Require Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination for In-Person Attendees

Following are excepts from a statement released yesterday by Bronis de Supinski, general chair of SC21, to be held in St. Louis in November. The requirement of proof of COVID-19 vaccination for in-person attendees is a change from the conference’s pandemic policy as of August 16, when we interviewed de Supinski. “As we prepare to […]

Exascale Computing Project Launches Leadership Scientific Software Portal

The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has established the Leadership Scientific Software (LSSw) portal, where those interested can sign up for LSSw town hall (Zoom) meetings, (the first will be Thursday, Sept. 16, 3–4:30 p.m. ET) join an LSSw Slack workspace, and opt-in for a mail list that will announce LSSw events. More information can be […]

Registration Open for ALCF Simulation, Data and Learning Workshop Oct. 5-7

Registration is now open for the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility Simulation, Data, and Learning Workshop, October 5-7, 2021. The event is designed to improve the performance of simulation, data science and machine learning applications on ALCF systems. Participants will work with ALCF staff experts during hands-on sessions, learning how to use tools and frameworks to […]

Intel Architecture Day: Details Revealed on Sapphire Rapids and ‘Powered on’ Ponte Vecchio

Harried data center and HPC server market dominator Intel today unveiled what the company said is its biggest shifts in Intel architectures in a generation. The Architecture Day event included looks at the two chips that will power the delayed Aurora exascale supercomputer, to be installed at Argonne National Laboratory; those chips are: Sapphire Rapids, […]

SC21 Will Remain In-person/Virtual Hybrid, Says Conference General Chair de Supinski

Amid rumors that SC21 is on the verge of shifting to an all-virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, conference General Chair Bronis de Supinski told us today that the rumors are unfounded: SC21 will be an in person/virtual hybrid gathering. “There’s nothing to (the rumors),” de Supinski said. He added that he and several […]