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Free Registration: Supercomputing Frontiers Europe Virtual Conference this Week

Today the organizers of Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2020 announced that it has waived registration for their virtual conference this week. “Over twenty outstanding keynote and invited speakers at Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2020 will deliver talks on topics spanning various fields of science and technology. Participants will be able to join remotely, ask questions, and learn at a three-day long virtual event.”

Video: Platform Independent Profiling of a QCD Code

“We present a procedure of implementing the intermediate profiling for openQCD code that will enable the global reduction of the cost of profiling and optimizing this code commonly used in the lattice QCD community. Our approach is based on well-known SimGrid simulator, which allows for fast and accurate performance predictions of the codes on HPC architectures. Additionally, accurate estimations of the program behavior on some future machines, not yet accessible to us, are anticipated.”

Job of the Week: Computer & Information Analyst at University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati is seeking a Computer & Information Analyst in our Job of the Week.

Video: Computational Physics with Python

“Newton’s explanation of planetary orbits is one of the greatest achievements of science. We will follow Feynman’s approach to show how the motion of the planets around the sun can be calculated using computers and without using Newton’s advanced mathematics. This talk will convince you that doing physics with Python is way more fun than the way you did physics in high school or university.”