Research

  • Using HPC to help find conditions for making sustainable materials

    Adam Jackson won best talk at this year's High Performance Computing (HPC) symposium with his presentation: Earth-abundant photovoltaics "from the beginning". Adam brought three areas together in his talk: computational chemistry, HPC and a ready recognition of the need to...

  • What connects supercomputers and clever mammals

    Thank you to Professor Martyn Guest from Cardiff University, for his insightful keynote presentation, Application Performance in Materials Science, Chemistry and Nanoscience - Perspective, Performance and Challenges at the University of Bath's third High Performance Computing (HPC) symposium, 5 June...

  • HPC Symposium this Thursday!

    We now have 55 registered participants, 14 talks and 10 poster submissions. In addition to the contributed talks, there will be a keynote lecture by Prof Martyn Guest (Cardiff) and an invited presentation by Dr Araxi Urrutia (Bath), as well...

  • HPC Symposium, all day Thursday, 5th June

    Following the success of previous meetings, we would like to announce the University of Bath's 3rd HPC Symposium which will take place on Thursday 5th June (all day). If you would like to attend, please register before Friday 23rd May...

  • 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...

  • 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....