Webinar on Polar Connectivity on Wednesday 5 October 2022

Start: 10:00 am – 11.30 am CEST.

NORDUnet is inviting you to a webinar on the economic value of submarine cables in the Arctic, and associated topics relating to fiber connectivity between Japan and the EU.

Discover how direct sub-sea fiber connectivity from the EU to Japan and Asia through the Artic region will add redundancy, and mitigate existing risks with the current EU-Asia connectivity, which is either through the Suez/Egypt or in control by Russia or China.

It will be a 90-minute on-line event for everybody who has an interest in international connectivity, the impact on regional development,

 and the green agenda for data centers.

You will get the opportunity to explore more regarding the societal and economic impact of fiber connectivity and data centers in the Artic and the Nordic region at large, including the energy impact.

Speakers and program to be published. Please find the link for signing up at https://nordu.net/join-the-nordunet-webinar-on-polar-connectivity/

Feel free to share this invite and registration link.

The webinar will be recorded, and the recording will be published at the NORDUnet website, www.nordu.net.

Семинар в Лабораторията HPC (високопроизводителни изчисления)

Семинар в Лабораторията HPC (високопроизводителни изчисления)
Дата: 13.09.2022   време: (13:00 – 15:00)
Докладчик: Димитър Томов, стажант в ЛВПИ по програмата на МОН.
Тема: Имплементация на диференчната схема във Wolfram Language
Ментори от ЛВПИ: Васил Иванов и Методи Панков
Академичен наставник: Юлиан Цанков, доцент във ФМИ – Софийски университет.
Димитър Томов- стажант в лабораторията по високопроизводителни изчисления.
Димитър Томов- стажант в лабораторията по високопроизводителни изчисления по програма на МОН.

Visit at the HPC laboratory

International group of researchers led by Dr. Reni Radkova, FMI, Sofia University visited the laboratory.
A lecture on the research conveyed in the HPC lab was given to present the six modern fields in the focus of the HPC team and the users:
quantum physics, quantum informatics, computational chemistry, econophysics, nanosized materials, meteorology and climate changes.
A few photos are deposited in http://hpc-lab.sofiatech.bg/gallery/

Upcoming Course: Python Universe for HPC with examples

The head of the HPC Lab, Prof. Ana Proykova and the Lab team invite you to a free intensive HPC training, which will be held ONLINE on May 27th 2022, 10:00 – 18:00 (EEST).

Here is more information about the course: https://hpc-portal.eu/node/1350

  • Title: Python Universe for HPC with examples: Setup, configuration, modules, preparing the code, running jobs, adjusting the code productivity;
  • Event/Course Start: Fri, 27/05/2022 – 10:00 EEST;
  • Event/Course End: Fri, 27/05/2022 – 18:00 EEST;
  • Event/Course Format: Online, Blended (mixture of live and self-paced);
  • Scientific Domain: Computer sciences, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications;
  • Technical Domain: Artificial intelligence (AI), machine and deep learning;
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate, advanced;
  • Sector of the Target Audience: Research and Academia, Industry;
  • Language of Instruction: English.

In order to participate in the trainings after the course, you must register on email address: metodi.pankov@gmail.com

Upcoming Hartree Centre HPC Courses

1. Practical Guide to High Performance Computing (HPC)

2. How to Scale Up Your Company’s  Code

3. Performance Analysis for Hartree Centre Systems

World record for the longest term reliable trajectory for the Lorenz system achieved on Nestum!

Hristov, I.Hristova, R., et al. achieved a world record for the longest term reliable trajectory for the Lorenz system on Nestum in their work:

Hristov, I., Hristova, R., Dimova, S., Armyanov, P., Shegunov, N., Puzynin, I., Puzynina, T., Sharipov, Z., Tukhliev, Z., On the efficient parallel computing of long term reliable trajectories for the lorenz system (2021) CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2933, pp. 78-88, SJR (0.177 – 2020), https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85113369313&partnerID=40&md5=9a7851e223a8df1da6a75abd2c20fbf9

The previous record was achieved on one of the largest supercomputing clusters in the world – Tianhe. 

The HPC lab team sends our congratulations to the paper authors and we wish them many more similar records in the future.