High Performance Computing (HPC)

  • HPC for researchers by Tobias Brewer

    The annual symposium at Bath brings together people from across the University to discuss how they use High Performance Computing (HPC) in their research. This year, the event included talks from several departments as well as keynote speakers from Intel...

  • 5th Annual HPC Symposium was a great success

    We would like to thank everyone who joined us at the 5th Annual Bath HPC Symposium yesterday. Following the trend from previous years, the event was a great success for the University. This year represented the fifth symposium and the event was attended by over...

  • 5th Annual HPC Symposium - Keynote Speakers

    We are pleased to announce two keynote talks for the upcoming 5th Annual Bath HPC Symposium on Thursday 9th June. The first keynote will be given by Dr Tom Connor from Cardiff University, titled "The Cloud Infrastructure for Microbial Bioinformatics...

  • "HPC and Accelerator Cards" by Martin Schreiber, 29th April 2016

    Next Friday (29th of April) Martin Schreiber (Exeter, see https://emps.exeter.ac.uk/mathematics/staff/ms698 ) will give a guest lecture for our Scientific Computing course in the maths department, and I thought this might be of interest for some of you. The title of Martin's talk is:...

  • 5th Annual HPC Symposium - Abstract Submission Now Open

    Abstract submission for the 5th Annual Bath University HPC Symposium on Thursday 9th June is now open [please note that the day (Tuesday) in the earlier announcement was a typo!]. We would like to invite submissions for talks and poster...

  • 5th Annual HPC Symposium - First Announcement

    We are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Bath University HPC Symposium, which will take place on: Thursday, 9th June from 09:30 - 18:00 Registration is free (including refreshments) and is now open at: https://bathhpc-2016.eventbrite.co.uk The deadline for registering is...

  • Balena HPC maintenance 11th April 2016

    On Monday 11th April, the Balena HPC cluster will be unavailable due to maintenance work. Part of this work will include ClusterVision performing a full health check to ensure Balena is running at optimal performance. During this time, all jobs...

  • Researchers get a welcome performance boost

    Research and Innovation Services (RIS) are getting excited about the joint £1.36 Million investment into our new High Performance Computing system, Balena. They've included a write up in their news section detailing all the improved features that the new HPC...

  • Balena unavailable on 26th January 2016

    On Tuesday 26th January there will be a mandatory fire suppression test being carried out in the same room as the Balena HPC system. We need to treat this as a potential risk of power outage to the data centre...

  • HPC Symposium 2016 - Thursday 9th June

    Here is a date for your diaries, the University's 5th Symposium on HPC will be held on Thursday 9th June 2016. The main aim of the symposium is to provide a forum for current (and prospective) users of the University's...