Hello everyone! As you can tell from the title, this will be my final blog post submission. I will be giving more details about the MCPU, as promised on my previous blog post which you can read here if you …

Blog post #3 … the last one Read More »

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After two months of daily meetings and work with my collueges, we are at the end of the project. These months, I learned a lot about supercomputers and machine learning. It was a really great experience for me to get …

The end of the journey to detect anomaly Read More »

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Here we are again for the third time! Last time! What an amazing summer was! Now it is September, new projects will start as soon as possible and new adventures are waiting for me. But before going on I would …

End of SoHPC. New horizons for my CFD projects on HPC Read More »

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Marconi 100 Visualization

After two months of hard work, the time has come to say goodbye to this project. I have had the opportunity to work on the visualisation of one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe and I could not be …

The end of the project arrived Read More »

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Hi again! Welcome to my PRACE SOHPC blog#2. So, before beginning, I want to remind you that my project involves the convergence of HPC and Big data, and more details can be found here. The project’s main aim is to …

Is SparkR really faster than R? Read More »

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I think we can all say that we have had an amazing summer, and I can’t thank enough PRACE and Vienna Scientific Cluster for having hosted us through it. We also hope you enjoyed our video “2133 Pedro Hernandez Gelado …

Thank you Summer of HPC… and a short glossary of Big Data and HPC Terms Read More »

As of yesterday we presented our final results and submitted the report on the project we have been working in during this summer. It was a very fun day as we also got to see what other groups have done, …

Final presentation and final thoughts Read More »

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After 2 months, I came to the end of Summer Of HPC. I would like to share with you the optimization methods I followed in this two-month great adventure. In my previous blog post, I explained how the function compute_density_at_grid_points() …

Time to say Goodbye after Optimizing Read More »

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Hi for the last time! Welcome to my third and last post. If you haven’t read my other blog posts go check. In my last blog, I gave details about the project when we were in the middle of Project …

Final Destination! Read More »

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After this two month being part of the PRACE Summer of HPC, contributing to the MPAS (Model Prediction Across Scales) together with Jonas Eschenfelder, I not only learned how to run MPAS atmospheres, on the national Supercomputer: ARCHER2, how to …

A virtual journey – from vienna – over UK supercomputer – to MPAS earth atmosphere modelling Read More »

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Hello everyone! We have come to an end now and we all gained a lot for both hard and soft skills. We’ve done so many things and I will try to cover all together in this post. At first, as …

Precision Based DCP Implementation Read More »

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Hello again to my third blog post! Today I want to tell you what I was working on the last few weeks. As I have mentioned in my previous blog post (https://summerofhpc.prace-ri.eu/how-to-distinguish-different-surfaces-of-molecules/), one goal of this year’s project is to …

Computation of the volume of molecules Read More »

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So it actually happened. I’m sitting here, on a rainy day wearing a sweater and thinking summer is over. The summer of HPC is over at least, if the sun ever comes out again is questionable as well (thank you …

Pretty pictures and saying goodbye Read More »

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Hello everybody! Welcome to my third blog post, where I will be talking about my expirience with Summer of High Performance Computing (SoHPC). Once again my name is Ioannis Savvidis and if you would like to get to know me …

A Final Chapter Read More »

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As stated previously, after searching for possibilities to accelerate our Python programs, we now summarized the results for you! First, in a serial form and second, in parallel. Come and check it out! It could provide you with information you …

Exiting news from Python – Let’s do HPC! Read More »

As summer turns into autumn, we bring to a close the Summer of HPC. I have had a great time learning new things, solving new problems, exploring new areas and working with new people. And here at the end, I …

Thoughts and reflections at the end of my Summer of HPC Read More »

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by Mario Gaimann & Raska Soemantoro (joint blog post) Hi everybody! It’s Raska and Mario here, back for a joint blog post. As we’re nearing the end of Summer of HPC 2021, we’ll be talking about how the project has …

Marine geologists love this new AI method that can recognize seabed structures! Read More »

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The summer of HPC is coming to an end and this will be my last post. Therefore, I think this is the perfect occasion to present the results of my work on the Boltzmann-Nordheim equation and to summarize my experiences …

On the finish line Read More »

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In this post we want to answer and give a notion of what quantum technology is. We will discuss its most revealing aspects, the importance of it and the barriers it will have to overcome for it to be useful. …

Quantum…what? Read More »

The Deustch Jozsa algorithm stands out as one of the first quantum algorithms that performs better than the best classical algorithm. It is a simple and elegant algorithm that originated from the Deustch algorithm (for a single cubit) and was …

Keeping it simple with Deustch Jozsa’s algorithm. Read More »

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