RTU HPC centre with the HPC-Europa3 project, the University of Tartu, and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology cordially invite you to the 4th Baltic HPC and Cloud Computing conference which will be held in Riga on 23-24 April 2020.
HPC (no angļu valodas High Performance Computing) ļauj risināt sarežģītus skaitļošanas uzdevumus īsākā laikā. Mūsdienās HPC ir jekburas modernas univresitātes neatņemama sastāvdaļa.
From November 18 to 21, students from all over the world will demonstrate their skills in building and running supercomputers during a supercomputing competition SC19 in Denver, USA. For the first time, a joint team form the Baltic States will take part in the competition. Latvia will be represented by Rihards Henelis, a student at […]
ANSYS is a universal software used for engineering simulations throughout the product life cycle. Among other tools, ANSYS package includes simulators for three physical process: structures, flow mechanics (CFD), and electromagnetism that can interact with each other.
In October 2018, the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis held Gromacs practical workshop with the aim to introduce the Baltic scientists with the possibilities of using this software in various scientific fields where it is necessary to understand and model the behaviour of molecules on the atomic level.
GROMACS is one of the most commonly used software for molecular dynamics simulations. It can be used for simulation of different chemical, biological and physical processes at atomic level. It helps to explain the results of experiments, reduce the cost of laboratory experiments, partly replacing them by computer simulations, and to generate ideas how to […]
Following the successful round of training in the previous year, the HPC Centre repeated the introductory course for RTU researchers and faculty. The basics of Matlab software were revealed and mastered in eight classes under the supervision of Dr.sc.ing. Māris Tērauds.
In summer 2018, some newest generation and more powerful computing nodes were added to the RTU cluster.
The students of RTU Doctoral studies can use the HPC cluster (supercomputer) in their research, and we invite students to apply for the Science Support Fund financing.
Co-financing in the amount of 80 % is granted to non-commercial doctoral researches but not more than EUR 500 to a single student in one academic year.
Join the training “Introduction to SolidWorks”!
Faculty, researchers, and students interested in research and innovations are invited to apply to training “Introduction to SolidWorks” starting on 26 March (Easter Holiday). The training will be given by RTU Professor Modris Dobelis, and will provide basics of computer-aided design using the software SolidWorks.