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Enabling Award Winning Papers

Photo of Tom Flint
Photo of Tom Flint
Tom Flint,

Tom Flint from the Department of Materials was recently awarded the Donald Julius Groen prize for his outstanding paper from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Here he explains how the use of CSF was at the heart of his research.

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Further Investment in the Computational Shared Facility (CSF)

Simon Hood,

Continuing investment by the Faculty of Science and Engineering and University research groups is enabling further upgrades of our popular Computational Shared Facility (CSF).

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HPC Pool PI and User Survey

Pen Richardson,

If you are a PI of a project on the HPC Pool and/or a user of the HPC Pool then check your inboxes for your survey link! We need to hear from you to help secure future investment in HPC at the University.

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Major Investment in HPC for Research and Student Research Projects

Gillian Sinclair, Simon Hood, Caroline Jay,

We are pleased to announce a £800k investment for local HPC facilities this summer, both for research and for taught Postgraduate and final year Undergraduate project students, a first for the University.

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Interested in Applying for Time on ARCHER2?

Daniel Corbett,

Research Infrastructure Engineer Daniel Corbett helped researchers from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science to successfully apply for time on ARCHER2, the UK national supercomputing service.

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New GPU Resources for The HPC Pool


Two months ago the Research IT HPC Pool consisting of 4096 CPU cores of Infiniband-connected compute resource (all dedicated to true HPC work) went into production. Many researchers are already running jobs on this new resource which was delivered via Research Lifecycle Programme (RLP) Change Project Z: High performance compute investments. We are now pleased to announce the arrival of further compute resources which will be available to all UoM researchers by the beginning of June.

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