A list of innovations by the HPC Centres of Excellence, as spotted by the EU innovation radar
The objectives of this use case were to demonstrate and assess the strong scaling performance of HemeLB to the largest core counts possible, and to demonstrate the ability of HemeLB to utilise this performance to study flows on human-scale vasculatures.
In this POPCast, Jonathan Boyle, an HPC Application Analyst for POP, chats to regular host Fouzhan Hosseini about why code matters, its value to the customer and how POP works with customers to increase that value.
This live webinar gave an overview of the NAG PyPOP tool and how it can be used to streamline the process of application performance analysis. Watch again here in case you missed it!
Latest blog post by POP CoE – discover how their work on The Probabilistic Volcanic Hazard Assessment Work Flow package led to speedups of around 500x over the total execution time.
The 2020 edition of the ETP4HPC Handbook of HPC projects is available, including – besides many other intiatives – introductions to all the 14 CoEs and FocusCoE.
Visit POP CoE’s virtual booth at the NAFEMS 2020 conference and hear Fouzhan Hosseini’s talk on “Parallel Engineering Codes: Performance Optimisation with the POP Methodology” on tuesday afternoon.
The two HPC centres of excellence EXCELLERAT and MAX will participate at the 36th edition of the International CAE conference 2020, that will be held online from 30th November until 3rd December 2020.