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Primeur weekly 2015-01-26

Exascale supercomputing

BSC and Intel extend research collaboration on systems behaviour analysis and prediction at Exascale R&D Lab ...

NASA scientist joins groundbreaking UK supercomputing start-up ...

Second European Exascale Software Initiative, EESI2, is organizing its final international conference ...

The Cloud

Anthem teams with IBM to strengthen IT operational performance ...

The European Space Agency builds a private Cloud platform with Red Hat ...

AccelOps' latest release delivers interactive security and performance analytics plus Cloud monitoring ...

Oracle Voice brings a mobile, speech-enabled virtual assistant to the Oracle Sales Cloud in Release 9 on smart phones ...

EuroFlash

New Head of Astroparticle Physics European Consortium appointed ...

REF signals deep impact as EPSRC announces GPB30 million for Impact Acceleration Accounts ...

New laser for computer chips ...

Graphene brings quantum effects to electronic circuits ...

Square Kilometre Array: The Cosmology Engine ...

Computer scientists from Saarbruecken improve the privacy of the Internet currency Bitcoin ...

Graphene enables all-electrical control of energy flow from light emitters ...

USFlash

DataDirect Networks again dominates as world leader in 2014/2015 TOP500 global supercomputing list ...

DataDirect Networks Storage Fusion Xcelerator (SFX) flash cache technology wins Storage Visions Award ...

UCSD study shows why protein mutations lead to familial form of Parkinson's disease ...

UC San Diego physicist Frank Würthwein joins SDSC ...

SDSC supercomputers to assist UC San Diego's 'Extreme Events' Center ...

SDSC announces UC Graduate Summer Fellowship programme ...

New wind-farm computer simulations unlock increased power generation ...

The City University of New York selects SGI to power major research projects ...

Air Force Research Laboratory's Department of Defense Supercomputer Resource Center (DSRC) to receive new supercomputer ...

Supercomputer simulations yield method for predicting behaviour of new concrete formulas ...

Oracle tackles data centre cost and complexity with next-generation engineered systems ...

A 3D view of the Greenland Ice Sheet opens window on ice history ...

Dedicated Computing joins the Intel Cluster Ready programme to offer high-performance computing cluster solutions for bioinformatics research ...

Researchers get $1.4 million to advance 'Big Data' for genomic research ...

Optimizing optimization algorithms ...

Scientists set quantum speed limit ...

New signal amplification process set to transform communications, imaging, and computing ...

SDSC announces UC Graduate Summer Fellowship programme

14 Jan 2015 San Diego - The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, has announced its inaugural UC Graduate Student Summer Fellowship programme, providing opportunities for graduate students throughout the University of California system to learn about SDSC's expertise and utilize the Center's wide range of resources to advance their own research.

The eight-week residential programme, to run from June 22 until August 14, 2015, is funded by SDSC to specifically foster stronger ties with other UC campuses. The programme is focused on attracting graduate students from other UC campuses. UC San Diego graduate students are invited to collaborate with SDSC researchers at any time, but they would not be eligible for the UC Summer Fellowship housing support.

"This programme is designed to increase awareness of the value of computational science among the other UC campuses", stated Diane Baxter, SDSC's associate director for education. "These graduate student fellows will also gain exposure to a more diverse range of career options, gain hands-on computational experience, and add computational research scientists as essential mentors who will help them succeed in their careers."

On-campus housing and board will be provided through the full eight weeks of the programme. Fellows may apply to work with an established research team at SDSC to learn new skills that complement their own interests, or may focus on their own research project while learning from an SDSC mentor whose area of expertise augments the fellow's advisory team.

Fellows will take part in regular lab meetings and group discussions, as well as weekly meetings with the other UC Fellows. At the conclusion of the programme, fellows will present their accomplishments in a UC Graduate Student Summer Research Symposium.

Applicants should have completed at least one year of graduate study. Second- and third-year students will have priority, but more advanced students may be considered if their research can still benefit from the fellowship experience. Fellows are expected to spend the full eight weeks in residence at UC San Diego. Some exceptions will be allowed, but applicants must be able to commit to at least four weeks of the fellowship in residence at UC San Diego, plus participate in the final symposium at SDSC in August.

Completed applications with supporting documentation are due by February 15, 2015. Full details about the programme can be viewed on the SDSC Education webpage.
Source: San Diego Supercomputer Center - SDSC

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2015-01-26

Exascale supercomputing

BSC and Intel extend research collaboration on systems behaviour analysis and prediction at Exascale R&D Lab ...

NASA scientist joins groundbreaking UK supercomputing start-up ...

Second European Exascale Software Initiative, EESI2, is organizing its final international conference ...

The Cloud

Anthem teams with IBM to strengthen IT operational performance ...

The European Space Agency builds a private Cloud platform with Red Hat ...

AccelOps' latest release delivers interactive security and performance analytics plus Cloud monitoring ...

Oracle Voice brings a mobile, speech-enabled virtual assistant to the Oracle Sales Cloud in Release 9 on smart phones ...

EuroFlash

New Head of Astroparticle Physics European Consortium appointed ...

REF signals deep impact as EPSRC announces GPB30 million for Impact Acceleration Accounts ...

New laser for computer chips ...

Graphene brings quantum effects to electronic circuits ...

Square Kilometre Array: The Cosmology Engine ...

Computer scientists from Saarbruecken improve the privacy of the Internet currency Bitcoin ...

Graphene enables all-electrical control of energy flow from light emitters ...

USFlash

DataDirect Networks again dominates as world leader in 2014/2015 TOP500 global supercomputing list ...

DataDirect Networks Storage Fusion Xcelerator (SFX) flash cache technology wins Storage Visions Award ...

UCSD study shows why protein mutations lead to familial form of Parkinson's disease ...

UC San Diego physicist Frank Würthwein joins SDSC ...

SDSC supercomputers to assist UC San Diego's 'Extreme Events' Center ...

SDSC announces UC Graduate Summer Fellowship programme ...

New wind-farm computer simulations unlock increased power generation ...

The City University of New York selects SGI to power major research projects ...

Air Force Research Laboratory's Department of Defense Supercomputer Resource Center (DSRC) to receive new supercomputer ...

Supercomputer simulations yield method for predicting behaviour of new concrete formulas ...

Oracle tackles data centre cost and complexity with next-generation engineered systems ...

A 3D view of the Greenland Ice Sheet opens window on ice history ...

Dedicated Computing joins the Intel Cluster Ready programme to offer high-performance computing cluster solutions for bioinformatics research ...

Researchers get $1.4 million to advance 'Big Data' for genomic research ...

Optimizing optimization algorithms ...

Scientists set quantum speed limit ...

New signal amplification process set to transform communications, imaging, and computing ...