Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

Educating & connecting HPC, AI, Data Science, Visualization

A charitable, service-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (NPO) educating and connecting the High Performance Computing (HPC) user community to state of art technology for the purpose of optimizing business processes and workforce advancement.

Our technology focus includes AI/Machine Learning, Data Science, Cloud Computing, and Visualization utilized in applications in Energy, Life Sciences, Manufacturing & Engineering, Financial Services, Academia, and Government.

Upcoming SHPCP Events


Lunch & Learn – May 2022

Accelerating Scientific Discovery at Extreme Scale with ParaView
Corey Wetterer-Nelson, Ph.D.

26 May 2022
Noon – 1:00pm CST
Live stream

Other Events of Interest


EAGE Conference & Exposition 2022

6-9 June 2022
Madrid, Spain


ISC High Performance 2022

May 29 – June 2, 2022
Congress Center Hamburg (CCH)
Messeplatz 1
20357 Hamburg Germany


The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis

November 14-17, 2022
Kay Bailey Hutchison Conference Center
650 S Griffin St,
Dallas, TX 75202

University of Houston | Houston, TX

TACC: HPC Educational Opportunities
Now Accepting Applications

University of Texas | Austin, TX




Why AI Is a Slam Dunk for the NBA

Thanks to the advent of player-tracking data in the NBA and the use of machine learning software running on powerful servers, we’re on the cusp of having some fouls called automatically in professional basketball. But that is just the beginning of what AI can do in the NBA, according to Dwight Lutz, the senior director of basketball strategy and analytics for the Atlanta Hawks.

14 December 2020 | HPCwire


What Is Disaggregated Composable Infrastructure and Should You Care?


Speaking at the Society of HPC Professional’s annual technology (virtual) meeting last week, Earl Dodd, HPC and HPDA architect at technology services giant World Wide Technology, delivered a strong pitch for DCI as the wave of the future for mainstream HPC.

14 December 2020 | Datanami


Schlumberger, IBM and Red Hat Announce Major Hybrid Cloud Collaboration for the Energy Industry

Historic agreement expands access to DELFI cognitive E&P environment to address customers’ deployment preferences

8 September 2020


UT incubator takes the lead in health care consortium targeting Covid-19 and future pandemics

Doug Norton, SHPCP Board Secretary, is a founding team member and quoted in this article

7 August 2020 | University of Texas, Austin Technology Incubator (ATI)



Martin Huarte-Espinosa Named Associate Director of the HPE Data Science Institute

The Division of Research is happy to announce the appointment of Martin Huarte-Espinosa to associate director of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Data Science Institute, effective November 25.

19 November 2019 | University of Houston

HPC for COVID-19 News


The History of Supercomputing vs. COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a greater challenge to the high-performance computing community than any before. HPCwire‘s coverage of the supercomputing response to the pandemic began in early February 2020 and has since encompassed hundreds of articles involving hundreds of supercomputers, universities, and companies as they pivoted the world’s most advanced systems to battle a 21st-century plague. This timeline — regularly updated to reflect ongoing developments in the pandemic — highlights a small fraction of this important work.

3 March 2021 and regularly updated


A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19 — and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

The Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab set about crunching data on more than 40,000 genes from 17,000 genetic samples in an effort to better understand Covid-19. When Summit was done analyzing the 2.5 billion genetic combinations, researchers analyzed the results. It was, in the words of Dr. Daniel Jacobson, lead researcher and chief scientist for computational systems biology at Oak Ridge, a “eureka moment.” The computer had revealed a new theory about how Covid-19 impacts the body: the bradykinin hypothesis.

1 September 2020

COVID-19 - DOE Oak Ridge National Lab Bradykinin Storm hypothesis


UT Austin and Partners Support Innovators Fighting COVID-19 With Launch of New Consortium

TEXGHS: Supporting innovations to fight the COVID-19 pandemic – and the next one

SHPCP Board Secretary Doug Norton is a founding team member

29 July 2020


HPC Resources available to fight COVID-19

3 March 2020


Computing for the Endless Frontier – How TACC Supports Breakthrough Science

Includes TACC’s modeling of Covid-19 using Frontera

26 March 2020


HPC, AI, & Big Data Industry Resources



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Enterprise AI News

New and Insights for the AI Journey


AI News

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Dedicated to providing insight, analysis and up-to-the-minute information about emerging trends and solutions in big data.


Science Daily

Your source for the latest research news


World Oil – Geology & Geophysics

For more than 100 years, World Oil has provided readers with coverage of the latest information and technological advances relating to the exploration, drilling, completion and production of offshore and onshore oil and gas.

HPC for COVID-19 Resources


The COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium

Bringing together the Federal government, industry, and academic leaders to provide access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources in support of COVID-19 research.


UT Austin COVID-19 Modeling Consortium

An interdisciplinary network of researchers and health professionals building models to detect, project, and combat COVID-19


An interactive visualization of the exponential spread of COVID-19

A project to explore the global growth of COVID-19, inspired by the work of John Burn-Murdoch.

Updated daily: Includes ability to toggle the scale from logarithmic to linear

COVID-19 graph by country



COVID-19 Global Cases – Johns Hopkins University

The Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)

Updated frequently


Folding@Home for SARS-CoV-2

Folding@home (FAH or F@h) is a distributed computing project for simulating protein dynamics, including the process of protein folding and the movements of proteins implicated in a variety of diseases. It brings together citizen scientists who volunteer to run simulations of protein dynamics on their personal computers. Insights from this data are helping scientists to better understand biology, and providing new opportunities for developing therapeutics.

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