Editor's picks

Through the use of cutting-edge simulation, software engineers are developing innovative new wind energy technology and increasing the efficiency and durability of wind turbines. The drive to find sustainable energy sources is one of the most pressing concerns facing society.

Dame Sally Davies, the outgoing Chief Medical Officer for England, pulls no punches when it comes to the threat of antibiotic resistance. She has called for an ‘Extinction Rebellion-type’ response to it, describing it as ‘catastrophic’ and ‘as dangerous as climate change’.

Robert Roe interviews Mark Parsons on the strategy for HPC in the UK

News

15 January 2020

Intel has announced the appointment of Archana (Archie) Deskus as senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO), effective January 30

14 January 2020

Atos has signed a four-year contract with the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) to supply a new HPC system that will increase ECMWF’s computing power by a factor of 5 and support hundreds of researchers from more than 30 countries across Europe

HPC

08 January 2020

Dr Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Geophysics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich (LMU) is the winner of the 2020 PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC for her contributions to and impact on HPC in Europe. 

Analysis & opinion

06 January 2020

Achronix and Bittware collaborate on a new FPGA designed for cloud, AI and machine learning applications, writes Robert Roe

31 October 2019

Robert Roe interviews MathWorks Loren Dean, on the use of AI in modelling and simulation

31 October 2019

Christian Marcazzo, general manager at IDBS, highlights trends in life sciences research and development.

Features

07 January 2020

Advanced simulation tools provide a platform to develop advancements in energy generation technologies, writes Robert Roe

07 January 2020

Computational tools feature in the fight against antibacterial resistance, writes Claire Sansom

06 January 2020

As the amount of data increases, organisations are looking to data standards to increase the value of data in the laboratory, writes Sophia Ktori

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