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Exascale Computing Project Announces Staff Changes Within Software Technology Group
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Exascale Computing Project Announces Staff Changes Within Software Technology Group

The US Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has announced the following staff changes within the Software Technology group. Lois Curfman McInnes...

DOE Workshop Begins Mapping the Future of Quantum Communications
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DOE Workshop Begins Mapping the Future of Quantum Communications

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science, under the leadership of Under Secretary of Energy Paul Dabbar, sponsored around 70 representatives from multiple...

XTREME-D Launches New HPC Infrastructure Services with Digital Realty
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XTREME-D Launches New HPC Infrastructure Services with Digital Realty

Today Award-winning Japanese HPC Cloud company XTREME-D announced an agreement with San Francisco-based Digital Realty, a leading global provider of data center...

Whitepaper: Accelerate Training of Deep Neural Networks with MemComputing
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Whitepaper: Accelerate Training of Deep Neural Networks with MemComputing

"The paper addresses the inherent limitations associated with today's most popular gradient-based methods, such as Adaptive Moment Estimation (ADAM) and Stochastic...

Call for Posters: Women in HPC Workshop at ISC20
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Call for Posters: Women in HPC Workshop at ISC20

The twelfth international Women in HPC workshop has issued its Call for Posters. The half-day WHPC workshop takes place June 25 at ISC20 in Frankfurt, Germany.Call...

Introducing HPC with a Raspberry Pi Cluster
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Introducing HPC with a Raspberry Pi Cluster

Colin Sauze from Aberystwyth University gave this talk at FOSDEM 2020. The motivation for this was to overcome key problems faced by new HPC users. "The talk will...

Stepping up Qubit research at the DOE
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Stepping up Qubit research at the DOE

To use quantum computers on a large scale, we need to improve the technology at their heart – qubits. Qubits are the quantum version of conventional computers’Stepping...

Postdoc Symposium at Berkeley Lab Looks to Exascale for Modeling and Simulation
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Postdoc Symposium at Berkeley Lab Looks to Exascale for Modeling and Simulation

Twenty-two postdoctoral fellows from across the Computing Sciences Area shared the status of their current projects at the first CSA Postdoc Symposium, held January...

University of Florida Accelerates BioTech Research with Qumulo
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University of Florida Accelerates BioTech Research with Qumulo

The University of Florida has chosen Qumulo’s distributed file system for its scalable capacity, real-time data analytics, and industry-recognized commitment to...

PASC20 talk to explore Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction
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PASC20 talk to explore Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction

Today PASC20 announced that this year’s Public Lecture will be presented by Dalia Conde, Professor at the University of Southern Denmark and Director of Science...

Compute Canada’s Magic Castle: Terraforming the Cloud for HPC
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Compute Canada’s Magic Castle: Terraforming the Cloud for HPC

Félix-Antoine Fortin from Compute Canada gave this talk at FOSDEM 2020. "Magic Castle uses the open-source software Terraform and HashiCorp Language (HCL) to define...

Compendium of articles published on Numerical Algorithms for HPC Science
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Compendium of articles published on Numerical Algorithms for HPC Science

The Royal Society Publishing has recently released a special compendium of articles based on a recent scientific discussion meeting with HPC Industry thought leaders...

Stanford Student Program Gives Supercomputers a Second Life
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Stanford Student Program Gives Supercomputers a Second Life

A novel program at Stanford is finding a second life for used HPC clusters, providing much-needed computational resources for research while giving undergraduate...

Distributed HPC Applications with Unprivileged Containers
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Distributed HPC Applications with Unprivileged Containers

Felix Abecassis and Jonathan Calmels gave this talk at FOSDEM 2020. "We will present the challenges in doing distributed deep learning training at scale on shared...

Podcast: Simulating Galaxy Clusters with XSEDE Supercomputers
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Podcast: Simulating Galaxy Clusters with XSEDE Supercomputers

In this TACC podcast, researchers describe how they are using XSEDE supercomputers to run some of the highest resolution simulations ever of galaxy clusters. One...

Job of the Week: Systems Administrator at D.E. Shaw Research
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Job of the Week: Systems Administrator at D.E. Shaw Research

D.E. Shaw Research is seeking Systems Administrators for Servers, Clusters and Supercomputers in our Job of the Week. "Our research effort is aimed at achieving...

Avaso to Deliver Worldwide Support for GRC Immersive Cooling
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Avaso to Deliver Worldwide Support for GRC Immersive Cooling

Immersive cooling vendor GRC has announced a new business collaboration with Avaso, an IT solutions provider with global service delivery and warranty capabilities...

CENIC 2020 Conference to showcase Growing Contributions of Women in Computer Networking
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CENIC 2020 Conference to showcase Growing Contributions of Women in Computer Networking

Studies have found that men tend to drastically outnumber women at technology conferences, limiting female viewpoints, minimizing women’s contributions to leadership...

Sylabs releases SingularityPRO 3.5
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Sylabs releases SingularityPRO 3.5

Today Sylabs announced the release of SingularityPRO 3.5, a popular container platform for HPC, supercomputing, and AI. "SingularityPRO 3.5, released January 21st...

BSC Powers Pan-Cancer Project
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BSC Powers Pan-Cancer Project

An international team has completed the most comprehensive study of whole cancer genomes to date, significantly improving our fundamental understanding of cancer...
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