Cybercolombia aims to cultivate and foster the use of digital infrastructure for compute- and data-intensive analysis in Colombia. This infrastructure includes the use of High-Performance Computers (HPC), and emerging processing infraestructures. We also make a great effort in the establishment of collaborations and virtual organizations around common practices, tools, and data. Our approach is based on the development of annual summer schools and technical talks conducted by invited experts.
Getting to know our new HPC fans
During our 3rd Summer School we run the virtual networking session after two five full of talks and tutorials on IA, HPC, Big Data and Quantum Computing. Thanks to our invited speakers and tutorial mentors from Coiled, NVIDI, NASA, BSC, UIS, Renata, Earlham, ARNL, AWS, IBM, URCA/SC3UIS/AtoS, and URosario.
Let's talk about weather
Hugo Rico (CIAHM) shared with us how climate systems are mathematicaly modeled and simulated on high performance computing systems.
The future is wide open
In our 3rd Summer School Mateo Valero (BSC) tell to us how future computing ecosystems development will be driven by open technology due to the technology trends, costs, and ubiquitous open source software.