Parameterized derived types in Fortran - introduction

User-defined data types in Fortran may have parameters which control certain aspects of their definition. In this post we look at wh...

in rse, Sep 10, 2020

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Parameterized derived types in Fortran - introduction

User-defined data types in Fortran may have parameters which control certain aspects of their definition. In this post we look at what these parameterized types are, how they are use...

in rse, Sep 10, 2020

Introducing Iain Stenson, RSE

Hello. I’m Iain, the newest recruit to the QMUL ITSR RSE team. We are the group of software engineers within ITS Research who help people at Queen Mary write readable, correct and hi...

in rse, Jul 13, 2020

SSH authentication and regaining access to Apocrita

In response to a coordinated security attack on HPC sites world-wide, it hasbeen necessary to implement some changes to enforce a higher level ofauthentication security. In this artic...

in tutorial, Jun 12, 2020

ITS Research FAQ regarding use of services during COVID-19 pandemic

As a result of the large-scale shift to remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been asked various questions relating to computational research, which we’ll try to addres...

in news, Mar 19, 2020

Apocrita newsletter - March 2020

Here is a round-up of recent QMUL HPC cluster news from the ITSResearch team, including information about new compute nodes.

in news, Mar 01, 2020

Apocrita says Hello, world!: basic use of our cluster

A common first program to write in a new language is a “Hello world” example where we print a simple line of output. In this tutorial we first look at examples written in C, C++ and F...

in rse, Feb 12, 2020

Christmas Closure 2019

Please note that due to college closure for Christmas, there will be minimal customer support after Monday 23rd Dec 2019 until the college re-opens on the 2nd January 2020. Please exe...

in news, Dec 20, 2019

When good compilers go bad

Many people rely on compilers, for languages such as C, C++ and Fortran, to create executable programs from source code. Just like our source code, compilers themselves may have bugs....

in rse, Dec 16, 2019

Modules Update December 2019

Since the last module update in August, we have added 23 modules to dev, added 22 modules to production and removed 4 modules.

in modules, Dec 11, 2019

Productivity tips for Apocrita cluster users

This article presents a selection of useful tips for running successful and well-performing jobs on the QMUL Apocrita cluster.

in tutorial, Oct 23, 2019