Computing cluster HPC2N visited Mid Sweden University

Tue 14 Nov 2023 21:51

On November 10th, Paolo Bientinesi, the Director of the High Performance Computing Center North (HPC2N), visited Mid Sweden University to deliver a presentation on the resources available within the computing cluster.

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Paolo Bientinesi, the Director of the High Performance Computing Center North (HPC2N)

The focus of the talk was on enlightening researchers about how they can effectively utilize these resources in their projects.

- It was very much appreciated that HPC2N came to Sundsvall. We received very good information, and it also gave us the opportunity to ask questions and give feedback to the staff at HPC2N. Being able to meet in this way provides good conditions for a better use of HPC2N's computing resources, says Mårten Sjöström from Mid Sweden University, member of the HPC2N steering group.

Accompanying Paolo were Björn Torkelsson, Åke Sandgren, and Pedro Ojeda May from HPC2N at Umeå University. They conducted an informative session introducing the researchers at Mid Sweden University how to utilize the computing resources at HPC2N. The session covered essential topics such as how to apply for computing resources, setting up user accounts, and initiating work with existing code in Python, Matlab, etc.

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About HP2N

Mid Sweden University is part of the data cluster High Performance Computing Center North − HPC2N. The network includes many universities and research institutes in Sweden, which together form a competence network for high performance computing (HPC), scientific visualization and virtual reality (VR) in Northern Sweden.

HPC2N includes the Institute for Space Physics (IRF), Luleå University of Technology, Mid Sweden University, SLU - Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet and Umeå University, which leads the program.



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