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Job DescriptionThe Institute for Computational Cosmology (ICC) and the Institute for Advanced Research Computing (iARC) are looking for a computational scientist/programmer to develop and test new computational paradigms that allow cosmological simulation codes to exploit modern computer architectures. The successful candidate will play a key role in developing the fine-grained task-based parallel library (QuickSched) that […]
Results of the 11th Call for Proposals for Project Access.
Find below the results of the 21st cut-off evaluation of June 2015 for the PRACE Preparatory Access. Projects from the following research areas: Type A (6) Type B (5) Type C (1) Type A: Code scalability testing , Type B: Code development and optimization by the applicant (without PRACE support) , Type C: Code development […]
Supercomputers can be used to simulate materials at vastly diverse scales, from the flow of air past an aeroplane’s wing down to the movement of electrons around individual atoms. Different length and time scale domains provide different levels of information, but little is currently known about how these levels of information are connected. Professor Peter […]
The 11th PRACE Regular Call for Proposals yielded 107 eligible proposals of which 18 were awarded a total of almost 513 million core hours. This brings the total awarded projects to 412 and the total awarded core hours to 10.7 million.
The 15th edition of the PRACE Newsletter can be downloaded below.
EUDAT offers common data services, supporting multiple research communities as well as individuals, through a geographically distributed, resilient network of 35 European organisations. These shared services and storage resources are distributed across 15 European nations and data is stored alongside some of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers. Covering both access and deposit, from informal data sharing to long-term archiving, and addressing identification, discoverability and computability of both long-tail and big data, EUDAT’s services address the full lifecycle of research data.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for three (3) full-time, fixed term positions as computational scientists with the Irish Centre for High End Computing (ICHEC) at the National University of Ireland, Galway. These positions are funded by Science Foundation Ireland as part of ICHEC’s membership of the LERO Research Centre and will be based in the ICHEC Dublin offices.
PRACE presented lively, entertaining and informative booths at the Sofia Science Festival in Bulgaria from 14 to 17 May and at the Project Information and Dissemination Event (PRIDE) in Croatia from 25 to 29 May 2015. These events reached out to young people and the general public informing them of the benefits of High Performance Computing and the activities of PRACE.
The following set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), approved by the PRACE Council in 2014, allow for a deeper analysis and evaluation of PRACE’s achievements and successes. These KPI cover the first half of the PRACE initial period, until the 5th PRACE Call for Proposals for Project Access.