May 17, 2018
It was an exciting week at ASC18 in Nanyang, China. The student teams braved extreme heat, extremely difficult applications, and extreme competition in order to cross the cluster competition finish line. The gala awards ceremony took place on Wednesday. The auditorium was packed with student teams, various dignitaries, the media, and other interested parties. So what happened? Read more…
May 16, 2018
The first task facing the university teams at the ASC18 Student Cluster Competition was running the venerable LINPACK benchmark. It was a hard fought battle, but in the end, Taiwan’s National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) came out on top with a score of 42.99 teraflops. Read more…
May 15, 2018
The ASC competitions are known for the punishingly difficult application tasks they ladle out to students at their annual student cluster competitions. As one long time student participant commented “The applications at ASC just keep getting harder and harder, it never stops.” This year, the competition, held in Nanchang, China, is even more difficult since it’s a day shorter. Read more…
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