During CSCS User Day, PhD student David Daverio in the Geneva cosmology group of Martin Kunz at University of Geneva presented his work on “Cosmic strings simulation”. David also gave a very interesting talk on his work attempting to clarify to the audience what are cosmic strings and how to simulate them on Monte Rosa.
The latest Green500 list (https://www.top500.org/green500/) has been released today at the SC12 supercomputing conference in Salt Lake City, USA. The purpose of the Green500 is to provide a ranking of the most energy-efficient supercomputers in the world. Two HPC system installed in Switzerland are now ranked in the top 10: Position 4: Todi Cray XK7 […]
After a long trip we’ve arrived in Salt Lake City. The snow storm made the trip to Utah more exciting than expected(!). Christian and Davide posed for a photo with the parcel containing our booth materials. On Sunday we (Angela, Christian, Davide, Hussein, Michele and Johannes) spent the day assembling the booth, and here is […]
CSCS has the pleasure to announce the following course which will be held at CSCS in Lugano on December 10-12, 2012: Getting the best out of multi-core Modern multi-core x86 processors have 100 times more peak performance than similar single-core processors from ten years ago, but most applications haven’t been able to leverage this power […]