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  • Systems Developer (HPC) position available at University of Bath

    For more details follow: https://www.bath.ac.uk/jobs/Vacancy.aspx?ref=CC2202 The University of Bath is searching for a Systems Developer in High Performance Computing (HPC) to join the Computing Services team. This role will be part of a new team responsible for the University’s HPC...

  • Save the date for HPC Symposium, 5 June 2014

    The University of Bath will be hosting its third High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium, Thursday 5 June 2014. Send us an email if you are interested in attending. The symposium is a one day event for current and future users...

  • High Performance Computing Investment: User Meeting

    Following the Vice-Chancellor's announcement of a major investment in High Performance Computing, we would like to convene a User Meeting, which will take place on Tuesday 17 December at 09:15 in 6E2.1. Before then, we will issue a questionnaire, and...

  • Aquila HPC /home area unavailable - 18 Sept 2013

    The storage server which provides the /home area for the Aquila HPC has been experiencing some technical issues and as a result the /home area will be experiencing a degraded performance for the time being. To rectify the issues the...

  • New Research Brochure for the Faculty of Science

    The Faculty of Science has just released a new Research brochure and it prominently features images and case studes from some of HPC's key users: Professor Rob Scheichl (Dept of Mathematical Sciences), Professor Alison Walker (Dept of Physics) and Dr...

  • How much time do we have to get clean energy right?

    Adam Jackson won the 2013 High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium poster competition. The poster: Ab initio thermodynamics for the design of energy materials shows the value of being able to use the Bath University Computing Services (BUCS) HPC Aquila service...

  • Will it rain on campus on Sunday?

    Will it ever be possible to improve the resolution of weather prediction to such an extent? Only time will tell, along with the success of using complex solvers tested on facilities like the University of Bath's Aquila HPC service. Dr...

  • HPC Symposium - Congratulations and Thank you!

    Over 70 attendees came together to share their work with academics from many disciplines at the High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium, 4 June 2013. Thank you to everyone who made the second HPC Symposium at University of Bath a success....

  • Post-Symposium Information

    The organisers would like to thank all the participants very much again for coming to the meeting on 4th June, we really hope you enjoyed the day. It was great to see such a large number of people, hearing about...

  • HPC at Bath is now on twitter

    For all those who use twitter... I have recently setup a twitter account for the HPC service, @BathHPC. If you have a twitter account please follow this account, I will try and use this for relevant discussion and news items....