• Featured Image SNIC-PRACE Digest – No. 1

    In the period November 2011 – May 2015, Swedish researchers have received about 245 million CPU hours on Tier-0 in total and about 100 million normalized CPU
    hours on Tier-1 PRACE systems.  The SNIC-PRACE Digest provides an overview of these projects.

  • Featured Image BSC Seeks Performance Engineer

    The Barcelona Supercomputing Center is looking for a candidate with a technical profile to join to the System Administration area of the Operations Department of the Center. Key dutiesThe candidate will be in charge of the correct operation of the queuing system, configuration and its maintenance:Responsible of the maintenance and implementation of the Marenostrum (supercomputer) monitoring […]

  • Projects

    Results of the 10th Call for Proposals for Project Access.

  • Webinar featuring three PRACE-XSEDE Interoperability projects

    Please join us at a webinar featuring three PRACE-XSEDE interoperability projects. XSEDE and PRACE, major research infrastructures, providing peer-reviewed access to high-end HPC resources and services in the United States and Europe, respectively, are exploring options to extend collaborative efforts to other activities that effectively support research teams spanning the US and Europe. One of […]

  • Featured Image PRACE 10th Call for Proposals achieves 10 out of 10!

    The 10th PRACE Regular Call for Proposals yielded 127 eligible proposals of which 48 were awarded for a total of close to 1.0 thousand million core hours. This brings the total number of projects awarded since the inception of PRACE mid-2010, to 394, and the total awarded core hours to 10.2 thousand million.

  • Featured Image GASPI Course at HLRS

    Tutorial on an asynchronous dataflow programming model for Partitioned Global Address Spaces (PGAS) as an alternative to the programming model of MPI.April 27, 2015For more information on this GASPI course (in the context of the FP7 exa2ct project) please visit http://www.hlrs.de/organization/sos/par/services/training/2015/GASPI

  • Featured Image Computational Scientist / Programmer at Durham University

    The Institute for Computational Cosmology at Durham University is looking for a programmer/computer scientist to lead vectorisation of the new SWIFT cosmological hydrodynamics code (http://icc.dur.ac.uk/swift/).Deadline: March 22, 2015For job details see here.For more information on the work of the group, look at here. 

  • Featured Image Explore supercomputing at the Summer of HPC 2015

    The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) invites students to participate in the summer programme Summer of HPC 2015. The programme enables students to go to 10 PRACE member centres around Europe, where they will work on various projects with the help of the most advanced supercomputer systems. Applications are open until 8 March 2015.

  • Featured Image Computing Cloud Specialist

    There is an exciting opportunity, working with world class infrastructure within The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, WA to lead the management of NeCTAR Funded Cloud Outreach Services.  This challenging role will require a Cloud Computing Specialist with experience of working across multiple research institutions and environments to routinely engage with researchers to promote uptake of services.  More information […]