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This issue of Science Scotland highlights the diversity and quality of computational work going on in Scotland. And we have only started to realise the unique power of computational science and engineering to generate ec…

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Science Scotland, Issue 17, Summer 2015ContentsForeword Who\'s afraid of supercomputing?Solutions that go with the flowBig future for big dataCan supercomputers get any more super?Good-looking models for particle systemsFrom dark demand to dinosaursHow to make complexity look simple

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Science Scotland, Issue 17, Summer 2015 Computational Science & Engineering...


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Contents Articles by Peter Barr...


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Foreword by Professor Jason Reese FREng FRSE...


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Who's afraid of supercomputing? When you have a supercomputer, you can ask it almost anything - as long as you have the right model ......


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Solutions that go with the flow The ability to simulate fluid dynamics is an enabling technology which will help shape the world of tomorrow...


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Big future for big data We were pushing the trend in the drive to be more innovative by exploiting the new parallel architectures for computing...


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Can supercomputers get any more super? Data should be the first thing on people's minds...


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Good-looking models for particle systems Dr Bannerman's computer-based models not only work well but look good ........


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From dark demand to dinosaurs We are standing on a cliff edge and we need to completely rethink how our software is written ......


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How to make complexity look simple Complexity is not about details, it is all about creating simple models and asking simple questions which produce complex answers .....


 

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