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High Performance Computing Jobs--Berkeley Lab is Hiring!
Posted by: Bernadette Cu-Todd, LBNL on Tuesday March 10 2009 @ 02:29AM EDT views: 2630
NERSC Systems Dept Head
HPC Linux Cluster Systems Administrator
HPC Applications Analyst
Computer Systems Engineer
HPC Consultant: NERSC
HPC User Services Consulant: IT Division

Job: Linux Cluster HPC Systems Analyst Position - Wake Forest Univ.
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday March 06 2009 @ 07:42AM EST views: 1332
Wake Forest University seeks a systems analyst with experience in using and supporting scientific computing on high performance computing clusters. The successful candidate will not only participate in the operational administration of our Linux cluster, but will also serve as a resource for faculty and students learning to optimize their codes for parallel computing architectures using both multithreaded and message passing models. A Masters degree in Computer Science, Physics, Biophysics, or other approved computational science is required, as is experience in scientific and/or parallel programming and Linux system administration equivalent to SAGE Level 3 or better.

Job: HPC Linux Cluster Systems Administrator - Berkeley Lab
Posted by: Bernadette Cu-Todd on Friday March 06 2009 @ 07:37AM EST views: 1172
The UNIX and Cluster Computing Group is seeking for a Linux cluster engineer to join their team and provide cluster support to the Berkeley Lab and UC research community. The successful candidate will participate in designing, building, and integrating Linux HPC clusters to meet the computing needs for research projects. In addition, they will provide ongoing systems administration support for Linux systems and clusters and will provide user applications support for scientific researchers.

Job: HPC User Services Consultant - Berkeley Lab
Posted by: Bernadette Cu-Todd on Friday March 06 2009 @ 07:36AM EST views: 1047
As a member of the Berkeley Lab Linux and Cluster Computing Group, provide user application assistance for scientific research users using high performance computational resources. Implement and manage job resource management, scheduler, and user allocation software. Help researchers build, compile, optimize, debug, and tune their applications to run on Linux High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters.

Lockheed Martin Honors Aspen Systems, Inc. with STAR Supplier Award
Posted by: Aspen Systems Inc. on Tuesday March 03 2009 @ 05:53PM EST views: 867
Aspen Systems announces it will be awarded the Lockheed Martin STAR Supplier Award this week for top performance as a supplier to Lockheed. The award recognizes Aspen Systems achievements in meeting some of the most stringent quality and delivery criteria in the defense industry.

Think Smart! Academic and Research Stimulus Sale
Posted by: Joe Landman on Monday March 02 2009 @ 12:05PM EST views: 752
Scalable Informatics announces Think Smart! our academic/research stimulus sale. Now through July 31, 2009 we are offering significant savings off list price on JackRabbit high performance storage servers to university and other research groups.

John Morelle Joins ClusterVision as Manager France
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Monday February 16 2009 @ 10:27AM EST views: 1012
ClusterVision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, is pleased to announce that John Morelle has joined its European sales force as Manager France. John Morelle will be driving sales in France, leveraging his extensive network of contacts in the French High Performance Computing (HPC) market. He will be based at ClusterVision's French head quarters in Paris.

Christopher Huggins Becomes ClusterVision's EMEA Sales Manager
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Monday February 16 2009 @ 10:25AM EST views: 848
ClusterVision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, is pleased to announce that Christopher Huggins as been appointed as Sales Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Christopher will be managing ClusterVision's rapidly growing sales team across EMEA, as well as a number of international partner relations. He will be based at ClusterVision's head quarters in Amsterdam.

HPC@KFUPM: Accelerating Saudi Research
Posted by: Information Tech. Center, KFUPM on Tuesday February 10 2009 @ 03:01AM EST views: 799
DHAHRAN: Last Tuesday, the Information Technology Center (ITC) at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals hosted a High-Performance Computing Awareness Day for its students and faculty. The event included Advanced Computing Seminars with outside speakers from Saudi Aramco, IBM, Microsoft and Cisco and a special presentation by ITC staff about the University's recently completed High-Performance Computing Project.

Aldert Groenenberg Joins ClusterVision as Manager Benelux
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Sunday February 08 2009 @ 10:35AM EST views: 769
Clustervision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, is pleased to announce that Aldert Groenenberg has joined its European sales force as Manager Benelux. Aldert Groenenberg will be driving sales in The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, leveraging his extensive network of contacts in the High Performance Computing (HPC) market. He will be based at ClusterVision's head quarters in Amsterdam.

LSU Professor Proposes Data-Aware Distributed Computing
Posted by: T.Kosar on Tuesday February 03 2009 @ 03:50PM EST views: 1300
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Louisiana State University professor Tevfik Kosar with the prestigious CAREER Award for the development of a new computing paradigm called "Data-aware Distributed Computing" over the next five years.

Tecnica Cranks Up Simulation Power
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Monday February 02 2009 @ 06:10PM EST views: 1200
20th January 2009, Tecnica UK Ltd, an engineering design consultancy specializing in crankshaft, connecting rods and axle beam forging designs for the automotive industry, is using a new Linux-based High Performance Compute system (HPC system) to reduce processing time of its complex 3D computer simulations – in use during the forge design process - by up to 80 per cent (40 hours down to 8 hours).

Sjur Fjellbirkeland Joins ClusterVision as Manager Nordic Area
Posted by: Matthijs van Leeuwen on Monday February 02 2009 @ 05:15PM EST views: 1012
ClusterVision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, is pleased to announce that Sjur Fjellbirkeland has joined its European sales force as Manager Nordic Area. Sjur Fjellbirkeland will be driving sales in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, leveraging his extensive network of contacts in the High Performance Computing (HPC) market. He will be based at ClusterVision's Nordic head quarters in Oslo.

Acumem Supports New Quad-Core AMD Opterons
Posted by: Mats Hovmoller on Saturday January 31 2009 @ 02:50PM EST views: 1167
UPPSALA, Sweden, Jan. 30 -- Acumem, a provider of intelligent performance optimization software for single- and multicore environments, today announced that it now has full support for AMD's new quad-core AMD Opteron processors in its Acumem ThreadSpotter and Acumem SlowSpotter performance optimization tools.

OptimaNumerics to integrate with HP Mathematical Software Library
Posted by: Pamela Ingram on Tuesday January 27 2009 @ 05:44AM EST views: 1135
OptimaNumerics, the leading high efficiency technical and scientific computing software developer announced it will integrate OptimaNumerics Libraries with HP Mathematical Software Library (HP MLIB) to develop future versions of OptimaNumerics high performance numerical libraries, tentatively called OptimaNumerics MLIB.

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