Workshop: GROMACS in Riga

Benson Muite, University of Tartu

GROMACS is a free and open source parallel molecular dynamics software. It is used by a wide variety of people, particularly for biomolecular and chemistry simulations. It is one of the most efficient open source molecular dynamics packages with a strong community influenced development model and a wide userbase. Continue reading “Workshop: GROMACS in Riga”

Performing outreach at EPCC – our experience

Mario Antonioletti, EPCC

EPCC, at the University of Edinbugh, commenced its outreach involvement with it’s attendance of the British Science Festival in 2012. Our aim was to promote and demistify what supercomputers are and how they are typically used to a general audience regardless of their age. Continue reading “Performing outreach at EPCC – our experience”

News from the Workshop Committee

Nitin Sukhija

The SIGHPC Workshop Committee has its mission promoting the interest in and knowledge of applications of High Performance Computing (HPC) by organizing, coordinating and managing in-person and virtual events and workshops. We are actively engaged in fostering collaborations between all HPC Community members at all education levels in the scientific and big data applications domain, and in facilitating a global forum for HPC and non-HPC members interaction, and in promoting opportunities for members to expand their knowledge of high performance computing. Continue reading “News from the Workshop Committee”

News from the Computational Science Education Committee

Maciej Cytowski, The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre

The most important goal of the SIGHPC Computational Science Education Committee is to provide a high quality and open communication platform for educators, lecturers and HPC professionals. Continue reading “News from the Computational Science Education Committee”