High Performance Computing
Introduction to Linux for HPC
High Performance computing (HPC) is a method of aggregating compute resources in order to accomplish large computationally intensive tasks more efficiently. This course is aimed at introducing the novice compute researcher to the High Performance...
GPGPU 2015 Workshop: Computing with CUDA
The Department of Computer Science will be hosting a General Purpose Graphics Processing Unit programming workshop from the 20th to the 24th April 2015
Software Carpentry Workshop 2014
Software Carpentry Bootcamp at UCT
If one thing was made clear during the course of the eResearch Africa 2014 conference it was that computing has now become an integral part of science, and that no researcher can afford to be left behind. In the spirit of advancing the use of...
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eRC News

Libraries' Research Week 2015

UCT Libraries' in collaboration with the Research Office, eResearch Centre and the Office for Postgraduate Studies, will be hosting the second annual Research Week from the 13th to the 17th April 2015 in the Library Learning Lounge Read more



Accelerating Research: HPC Training at UCT

HPC is a broad term referring to any computational activity that requires more than a single computer to execute a task. HPC offers researchers the capacity to handle and analyse enormous data sets at very high speeds. Read more