Bristol’s High Performance Computing Group focuses on Performance Portability as new Intel oneAPI Center of Excellence26 May 2022The University of Bristol’s High Performance Computing (HPC) Research Group has established an Intel oneAPI Center of Excellence, building on its history of close collaboration with Intel on performance portability and advanced computer architectures. The Center is developing best practices for achieving performance portability at exascale using oneAPI open cross-architecture programming and the Khronos Group’s SYCL abstraction layer for cross-platform heterogeneous programming, ensuring that scientific codes can achieve high performance on massive heterogeneous supercomputing systems.
Bristol behind world’s massive egocentric dataset14 October 2021Professor Dima Damen and her group in computer vision are part of an international consortium of 13 universities in partnership with Facebook AI that has built the world’s most diverse egocentric dataset - officially released 14th October.
The future of the UK's Cyber Security Research Position in the World7 September 2020The UK is currently recognised as one of the leading countries in the world in cyber security research, evidenced by research outputs in leading international venues, research collaborations with major international organisations and a UK presence on international advisory bodies and global policy forums.
New centre to train future leaders in cyber security 1 October 2019The University of Bristol, in partnership with the University of Bath, has launched a new Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Bristol student scoops prize in national PhD competition30 October 2015A PhD student from the University of Bristol has been named as one of the winners of a prestigious national competition for his work on a new technology that could fundamentally change future wireless communications.
Seeing colour in a contemporary light21 October 2015Colours are not physical things but the result of a process that starts in the eye and continues in the brain. The limits of colour constancy, when the colours of objects appears the same under different lights - from daylight to LED light, will be explored by a leading visual neuroscientist at a free University of Bristol public lecture next week [Thursday 29 October].
Towards greener ICT20 October 2015The University of Bristol is leading the way to a greener computing future by bringing together academics and industry to share research and to develop a common vision on lowering energy consumption in Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).