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Football U goes to 3Leaf for HPC
Hut one, hut two, MPI
By Timothy Prickett Morgan
Posted in HPC, 14th March 2010 07:02 GMT
Florida State University, like most state schools in the US with a storied (American) football program, also has a respectable comp sci department that is not afraid to spend a little cash on a new technology when it comes along. And that's how the Seminoles have ended up being one of the first customers of upstart server maker 3Leaf Systems.
February 18, 2010
Scalable x86-based shared memory systems meet agility and flexibility requirements of university's on-demand high-performance computing environment
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 18 -- 3Leaf Systems today announced Florida State University's Department of Scientific Computing has selected the company's Dynamic Data Center solutions to provide high-performance computing resources in support of the University's multi-disciplinary research. The 3Leaf Systems Dynamic Data Center Server (DDC-Server), featuring AMD Opteron processors, provides FSU with an agile and flexible x86-based shared memory system capable of scaling to meet the on-demand resource requirements of FSU's diverse user community.
Timothy Scheibe, the 2010 Darcy Lecturer, presented the talk, “Quantifying Flow and Reactive Transport in the Heterogeneous Subsurface Environment: From Pores to Porous Media and Facies to Aquifers” as the 2010 Darcy Lecturer on Thursday, January 7, 2009 at 499 Dirac Science Library. Dr. Scheibe is the first person from the national laboratories of the Department of Energy to be named Darcy Lecturer. The Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Ground Water Science was established in 1986 to foster interest and excellence in groundwater science and technology. The award honors and is named for Henry Darcy of France for his 1856 scientific discoveries which established the physical basis on which groundwater hydrogeology has been studied since that time. Since its inception, series lecturers have reached more than 70,000 national and international groundwater students, faculty members, and professionals
The Department of Scientific Computing is pleased to announce that The Florida State University Board of Trustees has approved the implementation of a new B.S. degree in Computational Science, starting in the Fall 2010 semester.