Listen in as Steve talks about what is, for him, the most memorable SC Conference moment and what he is watching for at this year’s SC13 conference, taking place November 17-22, 2013, in Denver, CO…
Scientists at ETH Zurich and IBM Research, in collaboration with the Technical University of...
Mike Papka, Director of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, spoke with HPC Source about why he feels the SC13 conference is a great rallying point for HPC.
Nechelle Dismer, a Technical Sales Specialist at Numerical Algorithms Group, recently shared with HPC Source some of the things she is most excited and interested in learning about at SC13, after her first experience last year when she participated in the Student Cluster Challenge on the University of the Pacific’s all-women’s supercomputing team...
Jon Bashor recently took a few minutes to explain to HPC Source why the inaugural SC13 DOE National Labs booth is really cool. Listen in as he talks about this first-ever happening at the SC13 conference...
HPC Source recently talked with Wolfgang Gentzsch, an HPC consultant based in Regensburg, Germany, who is celebrating his20th anniversary of attending the SC conferences. Listen in as he relates his personal experience with the conference series and talks about an exciting UberCloud announcement at SC13
Earl Joseph, IDC's Program Vice President for High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Executive Director of the HPC User Forum, recently shared with HPC Source some of the things he is looking forward to learning about at the SC13 conference, taking place November 17-22, 2013, in Denver, CO. Listen in …
HPC Source caught up with Rob Farber to talk about OpenACC and the SC13 conference, taking place November 17-22, 2013, in Denver, CO.
NGS is at the heart of many of today’s biomedical discoveries, and dependence on HPC to achieve these insights is growing rapidly, in direct proportion to the amount of data collected. As genomic data accumulates and analytic approaches evolve, so must the computational platforms. View Now
Four journalists join Ira Flatow to discuss the top science stories of 2011.
The science adviser for the chemistry-themed tv series, an expedition to save a woodpecker, and the annual Christmas Bird Count.
A search for Earth-sized exoplanets, Harold Varmus, and bridge engineering.
The search for the elusive Higgs boson, a book on the technology and science of airline travel, and a video about flight physics.
Neurologists and therapists discuss how music therapy works. Plus, how Julius Petri created his famous dish.
Two scientists discuss food safety and environmental concerns associated with transgenic salmon, and molecular biologist Leslie Leinwand discusses how studying python metabolism could help treat heart disease.
A study suggests primates are not the only mammals with empathy, a look at a space race in Asia, bedbug inbreeding, and two engineers giving the jump rope a spin.