News & Events

Collaboration Workshop - Edinburgh March 2014

This is a collaboration meeting between CRESTA, DEEP, MONT-BLANC, EPIGRAM, NUMEXAS and EXA2CT.

Venue: Informatics Forum, The University of Edinburgh.

You can now register for the collaboration workshop in Edinburgh on the 18th & 19th March 2014.

Registration is now closed for this event.

Accommodation can be arranged through Edinburgh First or there are a wide range of B&Bs, hotels and guest houses within easy distance of the Forum.

A very happy new year to all from CRESTA!

Everyone at CRESTA is looking forward to the new year and what is the final year of our project.  In the next 12 months we will be publishing more in our series' of case studies and white papers, as well as introducing our unique suite of exascale videos. 2014 promises to be an interesting and exciting year for the CRESTA project!

SC13 is now well underway with lots happening over the course of the week.  Come and visit CRESTA at the European Exascale Booth (#3741) to find out more about the project and to pick up your free CRESTA Rubik Cube! 

Also, please do join us at the 'Building on the European Exascale Approach' BOF (Room 210/212) which is being run by CRESTA, Mont-Blanc and DEEP at 12.15pm today for what promises to be both an interesting and informative session. 

CRESTA is delighted to announce that we have been awarded time on the the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) leadership computing facilities at Oak Ridge, through the Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) programme.

Access to these resources enables CRESTA to carry out its world leading science and progress our aim of developing applications and software for the exascale era.

Further details can be obtained from the INCITE press release.

We are delighted to announce that CRESTA has recently published our white paper and case study here.

The white paper focuses on state of the art and a gap analysis for the exascale development environment, whilst the case study looks at extreme weather and the extreme computing behind modelling it. 

We hope that you enjoy both of these new publications!