The €3.5 million ParaPhrase Project, supported by the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) for Research and Technological Development, has been launched to research the impact of maximising the speed of computer processors working together “in parallel” to give peak performance.
The University of St Andrews has been awarded €1.25 million by a European Commission-funded project which aims to advance the programmability and performance of computing technologies.
A new €3.5m research project, which aims to improve the performance of modern parallel computing technology, is expected to have substantial implications for the future of the renewables industry.
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A new €3.5m world-leading research project, funded by the European Commission, which aims to improve the performance of modern parallel computing technology, could have substantial implications for the future of the renewables industry.
Researchers at the University of St Andrews and Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen have been awarded funding of €1.25 million (£1.08m) as part of a European Commission-funded study into computing technologies.
Researchers at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen and at the University of St Andrews have been awarded €1.25m as part of a European Commission-funded project to research improved programmability and performance of parallel computing technologies.
A €3.5m research project launched by the European Commission will aim to improve the performance of modern parallel computing technology and may have substantial implications for the future of the renewable energy industry.
Researchers at Robert Gordon University’s Institute for Innovation, Design and Sustainability Research (IDEAS) have been awarded €638,000 as part of a European Commission-funded project to undertake world-leading research to improve the performance of modern computing technology.
ParaPhrase: World-leading research project to improve the programmability and performance of modern parallel computing technologies.