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ClusDur — Durham University’s Student Cluster Competition Team
We are ClusDur — Durham University’s Student Cluster Competition Team – a team of enthusiastic Durham University students who explore the realms of HPC and scientific computing together! We jointly train our practical computer science skills to take part in national and international Student Cluster Competitions (SCCs).
SCCs are playful team competitions that allow students to enter the world of high performance computing. They foster team spirit, practical skills in performance optimization and system administration as well as experience with latest supercomputing technologies. SCCs are the perfect opportunity to get in contact with potential employers and enable you to gain new knowledge in a highly motivating and exiting environment together with like-minded peers.
Intel supports the team with interactive teaching materials, compute time on the Intel DevCloud as well as hard copies of the latest literature on Intel’s parallel programming technologies DPC++ and oneTBB. Thanks to Intel’s Student Ambassador Program, the team is provided with a two day workshop on Intel’s oneAPI.
If you’re interested in becoming a member of the SCC team get in touch with an email to Laura Morgenstern, briefly stating:
- Your name
- Field and year of study
- Related experience (if any) through courses at university, hackathons, private projects, etc.
- Availability (in-person, remote only, hybrid)
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Prof Dr Tobias Weinzierl
Professor of Computer Science