ICHEC

AcronymDefinition
ICHECIrish Centre for High-End Computing
ICHECInstitut Catholique des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Brussels, Belgium)
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This data allows ICHEC to monitor the environment, and having a guaranteed source of high quality data means that it can underpin business solutions to environmental problems for a wide range of applications.
Mr Ashbacher continued: The Copernicus Hackathon led by ICHEC at NUI Galway is exactly what's needed to help nurture Irish talent in this area, developing the right skills in young people to build the businesses of the future.
Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan, T.D., stated: I am delighted to see the growth of and interest in the Space Sector in Ireland, which is reflected in the success of the Copernicus Hackathon hosted by ICHEC at NUI Galway this weekend.
Ireland has a large pool of the skills required to succeed in this sector and ICHEC, in particular, is ideally placed at the nexus of high performance computing and big data analytics to ensure the further development of these types of activities, and to promote the potential for creativity and high-value jobs in downstream space activities.
According to SGI, it will be working with ICHEC at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
SGI, recognized as a major player in weather forecasting and climate modelling, expects its contribution to enhance ICHEC's research.
It is understood that currently Irish scientists have limited access to the computing facilities needed to develop research patterns and projects in line with the international community, and the aim of the ICHEC is to deliver the availability of internationally competitive platforms.
The system we are seeking to acquire through this procurement will form the basis for the third generation of ICHEC HPC infrastructure.
Tenders are invited for the system we are seeking to acquire through this procurement will form the basis for the third generation of ichec hpc infrastructure.
Rob Farber is a visiting HPC expert at Irish Center for High-End Computing (ICHEC), supported by Science Foundation Ireland.
According to Rob Farber, a visiting HPC expert at the Irish Center for High-End Computing (ICHEC), everyone's a winner in the race for a coramon application language that can support both x86 and massively parallel hardware.
Rob Farber is a visiting HPC expert at the Irish Center for High-End Computing (ICHEC), supported by Science Foundation Ireland.