The following presentation “HERMES applied to HPC clusters purchases” was given by Vittoria Rezzonico (EPFL) at the hpc-ch Forum on Hardware Life-Cycle and User Policies for HPC systems, October 23th 2013, hosted by EPF Lausanne / University of Lausanne / Vital-IT.
The Human Brain Project is looking for an HPC software engineer To strengthen its simulation and High Performance Computing team and collaborate with the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology on the parallel development of the STEPS simulator. The selected candidate will work under the supervision of the HPC section manager. Major duties and responsibilities […]
The Kaust Visualization Lab and the Blue Brain Project join forces to address the issue of high energy consumption of current high performance computing. A particular need for this collaboration is to drive the challenge of High Performance Visualization. We are therefore looking for Experienced C++ software engineers at KAUST (Jeddah, SA) and EPFL (Lausanne, […]
The hpc-ch community meets twice a year to discuss different topics related to the management and operations of HPC systems. The second meeting of 2013 will be hosted together by EPFL, University of Lausanne and Vital-IT. The forum will be dedicated to Hardware Life-Cycle and User Policies for HPC systems Wednesday, October 23th, from 10:00 […]
The Swiss French TV broadcasted in the main news a reportage about the an IBM BlueGene/Q supercomputer being installed at CSCS for EPFL BlueBrain project. Un surper-ordinateur permettant de simuler le cerveau d’une souris vient d’être créé Grâce à lui, les chercheurs de l’EPFL pourront reproduire, en trois dimensions, les 70 millions de neurones d’un […]