whpc

Author Archives

  • Setting up your own Raspberry Pi cluster

    By: Dr Alistair Grant, EPCC. This post was first published on the EPCC blog. Wee ARCHIE: a wee bit of history Some time ago (actually 2015), EPCC built a Raspberry Pi cluster called Wee ARCHIE to demonstrate some of the principles behind a full-sized supercomputer. We designed the cluster to be portable as we can’t carry around […]

  • The Data Effect, Ottawa – Exclusive Insights for Women in HPC

    By: Dr. Barbara Collignon, Senior Systems Analyst, Bank of Canada. The views expressed here are those solely of the author. No responsibility for them should be attributed to the Bank of Canada.  On April the 13th 2017, I attended the Data Effect in Ottawa to learn about the next-gen supercomputing Canadian infrastructure. Investments are indeed pouring […]

  • Miss 7: Girls in HPC Code

    This week we bring you a very special post from the next generation of Women in HPC. By Chloe Berryman, chloeberryman.net I like high performance computing because you get to learn different computer languages and ‘talk’ to the HUGE computers. I think girls should do high performance computing too. What I have done in high […]

  • STEM: Keeping the Interest

    You may have seen articles on the anticipated shortfall of engineers, computer scientists, and technology designers to fill open jobs. Numbers from the Report to the President in 2012 (President Obama’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology) show a shortfall of one million available workers to fill STEM-related jobs by 2020. This is just […]

  • Research Software Engineer Conference 2017

    Guest author: Dr Mozhgan Kabiri Chimeh​, University of Sheffield (Department of Computer Science), UK Following the success of the first conference of Research Software Engineers (RSE), the second conference will be held at the Museum of Science and Industry at Manchester on the 7th-8th September 2017. RSE2017 is not a standard academic conference! We welcome […]