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HPC Resources URL What is the HPC and how to use it for Research? - 22 June 2016 - Presentation and Panel discussion)
Video of presentation:

What is the HPC and how to use it for Research?

Dr Nigel Ward (QCIF eResearch Services Manager),
USQ’s HPC team and USQ researchers

Wednesday, 22 June, 12.30 - 1.30pm in the TV Studio (Y103)

Live streaming also available

This session will provide an overview and some answers on research applications that can run or benefit from using High Performance Computing (HPC). The HPC is a cluster of interconnected computers with processors, memory and storage capable of analysis, simulation, modeling and visualization.

For research, the HPC environment provides a super highway for data traffic that enables higher performance. An enormous amount of processes can be run in parallel with lots of memory and disk space on the HPCs housed at USQ’s data centre. At USQ, Fawkes (the new HPC) provides 580 processors on 20 cores clustered in 29 compute nodes, with 3.7 TB memory and 180 TB of disk storage supported by fast direct network links.

Some examples of research applications on the HPC across disciplines will be discussed. This session will be of benefit to all researchers and HDRs. You don't need to have any previous knowledge of the HPC to attend the session. 

this session will be presented by Dr Nigel Ward (QCIF eResearch Services Manager), USQ’s HPC team and USQ researchers – Dr Keith Pembleton, Senior Research Fellow (Agricultural Systems Modelling) and Jo Owens Research, Fellow (Agricultural Engineering).

Please register through UConnect, search on the event title: Research Bites - What is ....

If attending via live streaming, please send an email to ReDTrain@usq.edu.au with the headline – Online Registration, the date and name of the event, so we can alert you if any information changes.
Live streaming available commencing 12.30pm (QLD time) on 22 June.
 
Please copy and paste this link (do not use Internet Explorer) - https://livestream.com/accounts/11202028/events/4152831