When will we have a Exascale supercomputer?

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What we mean by Cognitive Computing

April 22nd, 2015|

We are entering a new era in computing that departs form the current model of computing as process automation to provide a collaborative platform for discovery to gain actionable insights. To do so, research community are including advanced analytics tools in the systems middleware to offer predictive models . Thanks to the advent of Big Data these models can be improved, or “trained”, by exposing them to large data sets that were previously unavailable. The general idea is that instead of instructing a computer what to do, we are going to simply throw data at the problem and tell the computer to figure it out itself.  For this purpose the computer middleware takes functions from the brain like: inference, prediction, correlation, abstraction, … giving to the systems to possibility to do [...]

More than 100 Supercomputer experts gather in Barcelona this week

January 29th, 2015|

BSC is participating actively in the workshop series on Big Data and Extreme-scale Computing (BDEC) is premised on the idea that we must begin to systematically map out and account for the ways in which the major issues associated with Big Data intersect with, impinge upon, and potentially change the national (and international) plans that are now being laid for achieving exascale computing. The goal is to help the international community develop a plan for building a partnership to provide the next generation of HPC software to support big data and extreme computing for scientific discovery. The third meeting in this series of 2-day workshops will be held in Barcelona, on January 29th and 30th, Thursday and Friday, with a reception on Wednesday, January 28th. Along with application leaders confronting [...]

Beca para hacer el doctorado en el Barcelona Supercomputing Center

December 17th, 2014|

Becas de ”la Caixa” para estudios de doctorado en universidades españolas (ref. BSC-Autonomic 01/2015) Acaba de abrirse la convocatoria de Becas para estudios de doctorado en universidades españolas de la obra social la Caixa y nuestro grupo de investigación tiene una posición de investigador/investigadora para cursar el doctorado en el contexto del Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC-CNS) y dentro del programa de doctorado Arquitectura de Computadores de la UPC Barcelona Tech (que cumple con el requisito de mención de calidad requerido en la convocatoria), para un candidato o candidata que consiga esta beca. Para optar a esta beca hace falta la nacionalidad española y cumplir todos los requisitos de acceso a un programa oficial de doctorado en septiembre de 2015 (la incorporación al programa de doctorado se haría entre Septiembre de 2015 y Enero de 2016). El trabajo de [...]

David Carrera selected for ERC Starting Grant

December 17th, 2014|

David Carrera, one of the senior researchers in our research group, have been selected for a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant, for his project Holistic Integration of Emerging Supercomputing Technologies (Hi-EST). This first Starting Grant competition under the EU's Horizon 2020 programme awards early-career talent to develop their ambitious high-risk, high-gain research projects. David received the MS degree in 2002 and his PhD in 2008 and since then he has been leading several EU and industrial research projects in our group. David is an outstanding researcher, a Messi in our research group!. Congratulations David! Et mereixies aquest reconeixement! Ets el millor!  

BSC releases COMPSs version 1.2 at SC14

November 20th, 2014|

The Grid Computing and Clusters group of Barcelona Supercomputing Center is proud to announce the release of COMPSs version 1.2 during Supercomputing Conference 2014. COMPSs is a framework for easily implement distributed applications. This release implements the following main features: * N implementations for task methods, each with its own constraints. * Constraint-aware resource management. * Support for multicore tasks. * Pluggable schedulers: facilitate the addition of new schedulers and policies. * Extended support for objects in C/C++ binding. * Extended IDE for N implementations and deployment through PMES. * Update cloud connector for rOCCI to work with rocci-cli v4.2.5. * Enhance rOCCI connector to compute the real VM creation times. * Extended resources schema to support Virtual Appliances pricing. * New LSF GAT adaptor. For more [...]

La computación cognitiva en el diario El País

October 30th, 2014|

Hoy en el diario El País (tecnología) sale el artículo "Ordenadores que entienden a los humanos para buscar petróleo" escrito por el periodista Daniel Mediavilla, con quien tuve la oportunidad de intercambiar impresiones tal cómo se desprende del artículo sobre una de las "últimas tendencias en computación" llamada  computación cognitiva (cognitive computing). En breve intentaré explicar en este blog lo que se entiende y que estamos haciendo en este campo de la computación en el BSC+UPC. Saben que soy de los que cree en la obligación que tenemos los investigadores de explicar lo que hacemos si queremos que la sociedad nos de soporte, pero el día a día es tan tremendo que últimamente me cuesta encontrar momentos para dedicar a esta pequeña ventana de divulgación. De momento les adjunto el artículo de Daniel [...]

El BSC vuelve a abrir sus puertas para el 48h Open House Barcelona

October 23rd, 2014|

El Barcelona Supercomputing Center se adhiere por tercer año a las jornadas 48h Open House Barcelona, que tienen como objetivo la divulgación del patrimonio arquitectónico de la ciudad. Torre Girona, concretamente la capilla que alberga el supercomputador MareNostrum, estará abierta al público el sábado 25 de octubre de 11 a 19 horas para mostrar a los visitantes el interior de la capilla y para explicar la investigación que se desarrolla en el BSC-CNS. La visita contará, además, con la participación de 4 investigadores que harán una presentación del centro y de la labor científica que se desarrolla. No es necesario reservar cita, las visitas se harán cada media hora aproximadamente. No os perdáis la oportunidad de visitar este espacio singular. ¡Os esperamos!