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Teaching students around the world that "you can change the world with massively parallel computers"
Teaching students around the world that "you can change the world with massively parallel computers"

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The Cal Poly’s Computer Science department is hiring a tenure-track faculty position in HPC. Click here for a direct link to the position description.   They have a shiny new lab for teaching and research in parallel computing, along with a fantastic…

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My ten year old introduced me to the wonderful new video on YouTube, “The Zipf Mystery“. It is 20 minutes well spent for  all interested in information theory, computer science, computational drug design, social media, machine-learning, and a huge number…

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PyFR, the Python-based GPU accelerated CFD solver PyFR managed by TechEnablement contributor Peter Vincent has been shortlisted for several HPCWire Readers Choice Awards this year: 12. Best HPC Software Product or Technology 18. Best HPC Collaboration…

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NVIDIA is providing a free, interactive, online OpenACC course starting on October 1, 2015. The course  is made up of four instructor-led classes that include interactive lectures, hands-on exercises, and live office hours with the instructors. Register…

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Pixar wants to teach you how to make movies! Created with middle and high school students in mind but available to everyone, Pixar in a Box is a free software package, created in collaboration with Kann Academy,  that is designed to teach the fusion…

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Code modernization is easily the most beneficial, significant, and long-lasting investment the HPC community can make to capitalize on current and future hardware investments. The upcoming Intel IDF15 sees itself as partnership between Intel and code…

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The free upgrade for users of Windows 7 and 8.x has arrived! It will be rolled out starting with people on the Windows Insider program who participated in the evolution of the new “Windows-as-a-service” policy (jokingly referred to as the “eternal beta”).…

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“The proof of the pudding is in the tasting” is coming to fruition for the Trinity procurement as Cray installs more racks of the Trinity self-hosted Intel Knights Landing (KNL) processors. Each set of 12 cabinets is delivered, connected and tested one…

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PathScale is capitalizing on over six years of development with the release of ENZO 2015, a compiler suite that allows C/C++/Fortran parallel programs to be built for a variety of hardware platforms from a single OpenACC or OpenMP4 source base. The…

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Early bird registration for the ISC High Performance conference in Frankfurt, Germany is now open until June 10, 2015. Click here to register! See the nice looking ISC flipbook about talks and reasons to go.
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