This network is
by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
from May 2011 to April 2014.
It aims to build a new interdisciplinary research community at the numerical
algorithms/HPC interface, by
supporting interaction and collaboration between UK
numerical analysts, computer scientists
and developers and users of software and HPC.
Numerical Algorithms and High Performance Computing
Network activities include interaction between research groups across the UK, short courses and workshops, and training of research students and postdoctoral researchers.
The network is co-ordinated by Nick Higham and David Silvester and the adminstrator is Sebastian Rees. The network Scientific Committee comprises the co-ordinators, the adminstrator, and the leads at each node, namely, George A Constantinides, Peter Coveney, Mike Dewar, Peter Jimack, Ben Leimkuhler, Simon McIntosh-Smith, Jennifer Scott, Stan Scott, Anne Trefethen.
- Three faculty positions in many core research available in the School of Computer Science at University of Manchester.
- Lecture - Correct and efficient GPU programming by Dr Anton Lokhmotov. ARM. 21st November 2012, 14:15 in Kilburn lecture theatre 1.4.
- LMS Computer Science Colloquium: Verification and Numerical Algorithms - Tuesday 13 November 2012, De Morgan House, London. Please click here for the event poster.
- IBM Future View is Data-Centric
- Perspectives on Parallel Numerical Linear Algebra (PPNLA) - July 18, 2012, The University of Manchester.
- EPSRC Software for the Future Workshop - 31 May 2012
- University of Manchester press release for NA-HPC Network, January 2012.
- Report on workshop Advances in High Performance Scientific Computing.
- Four new nodes, University of Bristol, Imperial College, University of Leeds and Queen's University Belfast have joined the NA-HPC Network, January 2012.
- New Report: The GPU Computing Revolution: from Multi-Core CPUs to Many-Core Graphics Processors - from the Industrial Mathematics KTN.
- New CCP for Algorithms and Software for Emerging Architectures (ASEArch), led by Anne Trefethen, funded by EPSRC.
- EPSRC commits over £3.5 million of support for collaborative computational projects.
- Today (3-10-11) a £145 million boost to improve Britain’s e-infrastructure was announced by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
- Requests for funding from NA-HPC Node Members are now being accepted - please see the 'For Members' section for the relevant application forms.