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Primeur weekly 2018-05-07

Quantum computing

Portland State receives NSF grant to battle cyber-security threats ...

Picking one photon out of the flow ...

Focus on Europe

Spring 2018 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

Middleware

Software System Award honours Project Jupyter Team ...

Hardware

Cray reports first quarter 2018 financial results ...

Cavium announces ThunderX2 general availability ...

NetSpeed and Esperanto partner to power SoCs for Artificial Intelligence ...

UltraSoC analytics IP selected by Esperanto Technologies for RISC-V many-core parallel processing in AI and ML applications ...

Design for magneto-electric device may improve your memory ...

Cavium announces availability of driver to support NVMe over fibre channel ...

Supermicro launches new look all-flash 1U server with 256TB of hot-swap NVMe optimized Intel "Ruler" drives ...

Applications

CIRES expert and NIST colleagues discover electroplated rhenium's unexpected superconductive characteristics ...

Supercomputer simulations reveal new "Achilles heel" in dengue virus ...

Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source ...

Catching mantle plumes by their magma tails - Deep Earth imaging supported by XSEDE resources ...

Nine research teams receive GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters ...

NCSA announces 2018-19 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows ...

Eni achieves breakthrough in oil & gas reservoir numerical modelling with HPC4 supercomputer ...

The Cloud

Cisco sets new standard for production grade Kubernetes, enabling enterprises to confidently deliver technology innovation faster with AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter ...

Bright Computing signs X-ISS as reseller and services partner ...

Portland State receives NSF grant to battle cyber-security threats

30 Apr 2018 Portland - A research team led by Portland State University (PSU) computer science professor Fang Song will receive a $275,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to help solve cyber-security problems created by quantum computers.

This new breed of computer, which harnesses the laws of quantum mechanics, has the power to thwart conventional internet security measures. The PSU project seeks to understand the cryptography-breaking power of quantum computers, develop new computer science courses, and fund outreach efforts to high school students and teachers to broaden participation in computer science.

The University of Maryland and the University of Connecticut will collaborate with PSU on the project.
Source: Portland State University

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2018-05-07

Quantum computing

Portland State receives NSF grant to battle cyber-security threats ...

Picking one photon out of the flow ...

Focus on Europe

Spring 2018 edition of the e-IRG Magazine available ...

Middleware

Software System Award honours Project Jupyter Team ...

Hardware

Cray reports first quarter 2018 financial results ...

Cavium announces ThunderX2 general availability ...

NetSpeed and Esperanto partner to power SoCs for Artificial Intelligence ...

UltraSoC analytics IP selected by Esperanto Technologies for RISC-V many-core parallel processing in AI and ML applications ...

Design for magneto-electric device may improve your memory ...

Cavium announces availability of driver to support NVMe over fibre channel ...

Supermicro launches new look all-flash 1U server with 256TB of hot-swap NVMe optimized Intel "Ruler" drives ...

Applications

CIRES expert and NIST colleagues discover electroplated rhenium's unexpected superconductive characteristics ...

Supercomputer simulations reveal new "Achilles heel" in dengue virus ...

Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source ...

Catching mantle plumes by their magma tails - Deep Earth imaging supported by XSEDE resources ...

Nine research teams receive GLCPC allocations on Blue Waters ...

NCSA announces 2018-19 Blue Waters Graduate Fellows ...

Eni achieves breakthrough in oil & gas reservoir numerical modelling with HPC4 supercomputer ...

The Cloud

Cisco sets new standard for production grade Kubernetes, enabling enterprises to confidently deliver technology innovation faster with AppDynamics and Cisco CloudCenter ...

Bright Computing signs X-ISS as reseller and services partner ...