Altair has announced that it will increase the simulation capabilities of its HyperWorks software portfolio with the addition of SantosHuman’s Santos Pro to its Altair Partner Alliance
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is funding eight new research projects that will help people self-manage chronic conditions, such as COPD and diabetes, at home while linked to support from carers and clinicians – funded through a 10 million pound investment.
The research will take place at seven UK universities; involve over 30 partners from industry, charities and the public sector who will add contributions worth over three quarters of a million pounds.
Researchers at the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) are demonstrating a software framework that can automatically generate computer code which enables scientific applications to run on supercomputers.
The Solar Impulse team that recently completed a round the world flight using a solar-powered aircraft, used Dassault Systèmes ‘Engineered to Fly’ software to design the aircraft
Esteco Academy, has launched its 2016 Design Competition in collaboration with Aprilia Racing and Gamma Technologies
Ansys, a provider of engineering simulation technology, has announced the release of its SeaScape architecture to help engineers accelerate the optimisation of designs using a combination of elastic computation, machine learning, big data analytics and simulation technology
The UK Hartree Centre, in partnership with IBM Watson, has organised a three-day event to give people the chance to use and develop cognitive computing technologies using IBMs Watson computing system
A major contract analytical laboratory, AAIPharma Services/Cambridge Major Laboratories, is expanding its use of IDBS Eâ€‘WorkBook across its US analytical laboratories and will be incorporating its Netherlands facility over the coming months
In the high-octane world of motorbike racing, a balance between simulation and physical testing can be crucial to improved performance, writes Robert Roe
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users