Discreet FPGA cards with one or many FPGAs have been in use in scientific projects for many years. Intel is working on enabling the close integration between FPGA and CPU systems. What opportunities would this system bring to scientific computing? How does the high level development flow for FPGA based acceleration look like going forward? What are the opportunities for data centre use cases for FPGA and how do we prepare for that?
This workshop brings together experts from four projects which are using digital methods to analyze, understand, and re-present negotiated texts. It will be of interest to people working in history, politics, computational linguistics, visualization, or the application of digital innovation to research.
OXLOD is a one-year pilot project funded by the University of Oxford to assess the practical benefits of using linking data for its Museums, Collections and related academic research. Open Workshops will be held on the second Tuesday of the month and offer opportunities to learn about Linked Data from experts informally.
The Software Sustainability Institute’s Collaborations Workshops series brings together researchers, developers, innovators, managers, funders, publishers, leaders and educators to explore best practices and the future of research software. Collaborations Workshop 18 (CW18) will take place at The School of Mathematics, Cardiff University.