High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales is inviting applications for funding for Research and Innovation projects involving collaboration between industry and academia, which require the use of high performance computing.
'Supercharging your Research with Supercomputing' will help you to find out more about how HPC Wales can support you in powering your research success. Please come along to the workshop to learn more!
High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales and Fujitsu are pleased to announce the availability of six fully-funded PhD and Masters studentships in high performance computing.
HPC Wales has announced its new Research and Innovation Projects Fund – a fund of £300,000 to support around 20 research projects that would benefit from the power of supercomputing technology.
The next ARCCA High Performance Computing seminar will take place on Wednesday 17th April.
Advanced Research Computing @ Cardiff (ARCCA) is holding a High Performance Computing seminar on Wednesday 5th December.
ARCCA are currently seeking highly skilled IT and HPC (High Performance Computing) professionals to support the research community at Cardiff University.
High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales has announced a new milestone in its efforts to attract inward investment to Wales. Seven new funded PhD studentships in computational science at Welsh universities have been announced as part of its collaboration with Fujitsu, taking the total inward investment it has attracted into Wales to £1m.
HPC Wales and Fujitsu have announced the availability of fully-funded PhD and Masters studentships in high performance computing.
An all-Wales supercomputing collaboration has been launched, which will bring advanced computer technology to businesses throughout Wales and promote links between Welsh businesses and Universities.
The Information Services Annual Report 2010 is now available.
All are welcome to attend the first ARCCA High Performance Computing Research Seminar on 25th January. Find out more about the research being enabled by ARCCA's Merlin and Condor resources.
A new high performance computing (HPC) institute for Wales has been announced by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
A national Condor Workshop will take place on 16th September 2009 exploring best practice for service provision and examples of research enabled by this technology.
The Advanced Research Computing at Cardiff (ARCCA) data centre has been 'highly commended' in national sustainability awards.
The Spring 2009 issue of Advances Wales is now published and includes a two-page spread on ARCCA under the Biotechnology section on p20/21.
Merlin contributes to another successful year.
ARCCA is hosting a free three-day Intel training course "Multicore Programming for Academia 2.0", open to delegates from UK universities. This course is aimed at people who will be responsible for not only improving the performance of existing codes but also teaching these techniques to colleagues and students.
The ARCCA Datacentre is a finalist in two categories in this year's Datacentre Dynamics 2008 Awards due to its energy efficient design.
The ARCCA Data Centre, installed by Comtec, is a finalist in this year's BCS IT Standards awards.
The Bull SRIF-3 supercomputer has passed a rigorous set of acceptance tests and is now in full production. Details of this process are now available.
Pupils from St Paul's Church in Wales Primary School had the opportunity to visit ARCCA and meet Merlin!
A meeting of the Novel Architecture Focus Group of the HPC-SIG will be held in the Cubric Seminar Room, School of Psychology, Cardiff University commencing at 10:45am on 25 April 2008.
The official press release from Bull and photographs from the day are now available.
A brief overview of how ARCCA came to choose Bull as the High Performance Computer Supplier and the Contract Signing Ceremony held in Cardiff in February 2008.
ARCCA is investing in leading-edge equipment to transform the University's advanced research computing and eResearch programme.
The University has recruited a team of experts to help you with your advanced research computing.
For further information about any of these stories, please contact the ARCCA team.