May 14

Using high performance computing (HPC) for digital product design


TO JOIN THE WEBINAR: You must register with the STFC Hartree Centre on Cvent in order to receive the link to join the webinar.

In this webinar, we will guide you through High-Performance Computing (HPC) for Digital Product Design at the Hartree Centre and how these technologies can help to improve your business productivity and generate a competitive advantage.

The webinars will be hosted at 13:00 (BST) on Thursdays, starting 23 April 2020.
The Hartree Centre is launching a series of webinars to enable UK businesses to remotely explore how they can access our digital technologies and expertise to enhance productivity and innovation.
​In light of the current remote working environment, the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre will host a series of webinars on digitalisation to explore how your business can make the most of advanced digital technologies such as supercomputing, data analytics and AI. The webinars – funded by STFC’s Bridging for Innovators (B4I) programme – ​provide an opportunity to find out what support the Hartree Centre can offer, how business can engage ​​​​and potential funding routes. There will also be time built in for Q&A with the experts.​​
When: 14.05.2020 | 1:00pm
Price: Free
Join the Hartree Centre on this webinar for a primer on High-Performance Computing and modelling & simulation at the Hartree Centre. Our domain experts will walk you through our established tools and techniques and how to get started with digital design or increase the effectiveness of your existing process. You’ll also be able to ask questions of one of our High-Performance Computing and Optimisation experts to explore how these technologies can help to improve your business productivity and generate a competitive advantage. The Hartree Centre was established in 2012 to help businesses of all sizes boost productivity by taking advantage of advanced digital technologies including high-performance computing (HPC), data analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), virtual modelling, simulation and more.
Come along and find out what we’re all about. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions of our computing, big data and AI experts, lots of time for networking and even the chance to explore some of our exciting visualisation demos!