Prof. Mark Parsons, Director of EPCC at the University of Edinburgh, and Andy Hock, VP of Product at Cerebras, will announce a new state-of-the-art 'as a Service' offering for natural language processing (NLP) models at a webinar on 10 June.
By Mike Jackson, EPCC This blog post was originally published on the EPCC blog.
The HPC user forum will be held in Edinburgh from 10–11 Oct 2019.
By Mario Antonioletti, Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre and The Software Sustainability Institute. In this second post, we argue that in order to have a sustainable future you must not only employ good software techniques but also ensure that you create a future workforce that can develop and/or want to use your software.
By Mario Antonioletti, Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre and The Software Sustainability Institute. Producing sustainable software is not just about employing good practice – e.g. using a revision control system, documentation, testing, etc. – but also about ensuring that, for a long term future, we can generate motivated, well-trained developers that will continue to contribute to and develop your software, as well as creating a potential set of savvy end users that will want to use it.
EPCC's Women in HPC Chapter is holding a launch event to celebrate this recently formed chapter and to engage and develop the Women in HPC community. The launch will take place at St Leonard's, Pollock Halls, University of Edinburgh, on Wednesday 8th May 2019. The chapter has a strong focus on diversity and the organisers are particularly keen that the launch is open and welcoming to all, whether you are interested in becoming a member of the network or simply keen to be an ally and supporter.
Register now for the run starting on 24th September 2018. Today’s supercomputers are the most powerful calculating machines ever invented, capable of performing more than a thousand million million calculations every second. This gives scientists and engineers a powerful new tool to study the natural world: computer simulation.
By Weronika Filinger, Applications Developer, EPCC
This post was originally published in the EPCC blog.
Today’s supercomputers are the most powerful calculating machines ever invented, capable of performing more than a thousand million million calculations every second.
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