On August 21, 2015 UNH hosted the first-ever users’ conference for the award-winning UNHCEMS®. The full day program was the result of the collaborative efforts of the Office of Environmental Health & Safety, the Research Computing Center, and UNHInnovation. The attendees represented 20 different institutions from Minnesota to New England (unfortunately, our partner in Texas was turned back by...
Here are several upcoming, no-cost high performance computing (HPC) workshops in New England:
September 9 & 10, 2015 - Parallel Programming and Optimization with Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor Developer Training Event , Courtyard by Marriot Boston Cambridge, MA:
September 9 registration:
September 10 registration (attendance at 9/9 event required for...
Here’s a selection of research and computing-related articles to read by the beach or wherever you end up during these dog days of summer.
An explanation of clouds shaped like surfer waves from our friend, UNH researcher and Physics professor Jimmy Raeder. From Science Friday.com: Picture of the Week: Kelvin-Helmholtz Clouds, http://bit.ly/1E6OVog
A history lesson from Computing: From Fortran...
UNH is preparing to go live with its much-anticipated Science DMZ. The Science DMZ, called ScienceNet, will support high performance science applications by enabling high-speed transfers of large data sets using a “friction free” network path, a dedicated high-performance Data Transfer Node (DTN), and a performance measurement/test node.
Why is this an exciting development for the UNH research...
Philip Collins and Allan Wright are representing RCC at the 2015 Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) annual conference in Washington, DC July 20-21st, 2015. Also from UNH, Andy Glode is representing the office of Environmental Health and Safety.
The trio is demonstrating the UNH Chemical Environmental Management System (UNHCEMS), a tool developed by Phil...