Prof. Ana Proykova, the head of the HPC Lab now has a page on the European Commission’s WOMEN4FUTURE portal! You can check it out at the following adress:
Event Date: 18th of March 2021, Online via Zoom, Europe/Brussels timezone
HPC has been recognized as a strategic tool to increase European competitiveness in industry. This entails investment not only in infrastructure but also in skills development of the labour force, now and in preparation for future. While the provision of HPC education and training has tended to focus on an academic audience and the needs of the scientific research community, it is important to understand the HPC skills needs of industry and learn from past experiences of industry-targeted training. The objective of the workshop is to reflect and discuss potential activities that will lead to better planning of HPC education and training for industry, as well as informing future HPC education and training funding opportunities (e.g. the Advanced Digital Skills pillar of the Digital Europe programme). The topics at the workshop should encompass:
- Ways to engage with industry to capture/monitor skills needs, from surveys to one-to-one interviews
- Past models of successful engagements that involved training
Approaches and activities that have been tried but did NOT work
- Current technological and talent trends in the industry – skills that are most in demand now and future; skills profiles of the speaker’s industry sector
- What education/training providers should focus on at different levels (primary/secondary levels, Bachelors, Masters, PhD, etc.)
- Suitable formats of delivery depending on audience and needs, e.g. degree programmes, short-format courses, mentorships, online/blended learning.
- Other personal perspectives from the speakers
The workshop welcomes all HPC training stakeholders – from training providers/funders to industry representatives who are training target audiences.
On 15.02.2021, the HPC team members Prof. DSci Ana Proykova & Dr. Hristo Iliev will provide training on advanced HPC for
advanced researchers, professors, and software developers within the framework of the scientific program of the Centre of excellence in ICT UNITe.
You can learn more on the event’s facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/399424197950589/
The HPC team wishes all of Nestum’s users a happy new year! Here’s to a year of great computing and fruitful results!
Users can now get acquainted with our updated access policy file, found here (in Bulgarian).
We urge you to read through the file and ask questions if any should arise.
As of now, the issue on
cn024 has been resolved. All compute nodes are available for job submission.
We apologise for the inconvenience,
cn004 is temporarily taken out of the queue due to a memory bank problem.
We are working to resolve this issue.
Thank you for your patience.
HPC Lab and six other laboratories from the laboratory complex at Sofia Tech Park will present results from their projects, tomorrow, 29.10. The event will be streamed via Google Meets at the following address:
The event is scheduled to begin at 13:00h.
Everyone interested is welcome to attend.
Главни теми на обучението:
1. Отдалечен достъп до високопроизводителни изчислителни системи
2. Запознаване със системата за управление на разпределени ресурси (с други думи “с какво работата на споделен изчислителен клъстер се различава от работата на личното PC”)
3. Преглед на методите за програмиране на разпределени системи
The Commission has launched a Manifesto today to maximise the accessibility of research results in the fight against Covid-19. The Manifesto provides guiding principles for beneficiaries of EU research grants for coronavirus prevention, testing, treatment and vaccination to ensure that their research results will be accessible for all and guarantee a return on public investment.