OpenHPC recently spoke with Prof. Thomas Sterling, Associate Director and Chief Scientist of the Indiana University Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST), to find out more about CREST, how they are leading academic supercomputing with ParalleX execution model and the HPX-5 runtime system, and why they are strongly supporting OpenHPC.
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The South African Center for High Performance Computing’s (SA-CHPC) Ninth Annual National Meeting was held Nov. 30 – Dec. 4, 2015, at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) International Convention Center in Pretoria, SA. The award-winning venue was the perfect location to host what has become a popular industry, regional and educational showcase.
CREST's high school and undergraduate students recently presented the results of their summer 2015 program and demonstrated their quadcopter's flight. The students have been hard at work all summer on the copter and guitar projects and presented their progress to CREST staff. For more information about PXRT, the quadcopter and guitar, or the program, please visit TechWorks, the dedicated site for the CREST fabrication lab facilities,...