PSNC online PSNC online en Immersive audio the perfect match for immersive video Despite the name, television is not all about vision. Often underestimated part of transmission, but highly important for appreciation of the content quality, is sound. In some TV formats it is absolutely essential. Does immersive video require special sound? One may argue about definitions, but in some way playing a sound is always an immersive experience. The question is only about intensity. Mon, 04 Dec 2017 00:00 GMT PSNC launched the caesium fountain At the beginning of November, a caesium fountain was launched at the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center. The device was built in the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in Teddington near London, under the direction of an outstanding specialist in the field of atomic frequency standards, Dr Krzysztof Szymaniec. The caesium fountain will join the ranks of several most accurate atomic clocks in the world and is the second such clock in Poland. Thu, 16 Nov 2017 00:00 GMT Photo report: PSNC and PIONIER booth at SC17 Conference The latest HPC achievements as well as the results of r&d works in international projects, including two demonstrations: WebRTC and M2DC - low power server system are presented at the joint PSNC and PIONIER Consortium booth at this year's Supercomputing Conference. Take a look at the photo report from this event. Wed, 15 Nov 2017 00:00 GMT SC17: PSNC/PIONIER booth For the 12th time, PSNC is presenting its achievements at the world's largest conference focused on HPC. During this year's SC edition (12-17 November 2017) we are presenting among other topics: the demo of WebRTC 4K video conferencing system and the demo of M2DC low-power server system. Tue, 14 Nov 2017 00:00 GMT SC17: HPC connects The Supercomputing Conference and its accompanying exhibition (12-17 November 2017) is the world's most important and largest event in the high-performance computing industry. This year's edition, held in Denver (Colorado), focuses on the theme of "HPC connects". Traditionally, PSNC is also present among the centres presenting its achievements. Mon, 13 Nov 2017 00:00 GMT Call for Lightning Talks on cybersecurity Polish Academy of Sciences Poznań Branch and Poznań Supercomputing Cybersecurity (7th-8th November 2017, Polish Optical Internet Research Center in Poznań Poland), announce a call for Lightning Talks for students (including Ph.D. students) especially dedicated for cybersecurity of emerging technologies. Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:00 GMT The first year of the PROTECTIVE project completed Since 1st September, 2016, together with 10 partners led by Athlone Institute of Technology (Ireland), PSNC realizes a three-year European H2020 PROTECTIVE project (Proactive Risk Management through Improved Situational Awareness).  PSNC is one of three consortium partners besides organizations from Czech CESNET and Romania RoEduNet representing National Research and Education Network (NREN) operators. The main goal of the project is to develop platform supporting operational activities of CERT/CSIRT teams in the NREN and SME infrastructures. Wed, 13 Sep 2017 00:00 GMT Invitation for 2nd ESCAPE Dissemination and Training Workshop The EU-funded project ESCAPE is looking at improving code efficiency for both weather and climate modelling. ESCAPE is organising its 2nd Dissemination and Training workshop between the 5 and 7 September 2017 in Poznan, Poland to share the first 18-months results. Fri, 09 Jun 2017 00:00 GMT PSNC has become a partner of Intel Make Tomorrow 2017 programme During this year's edition of InfoShare 2017, one of the largest technology events in Central and Eastern Europe, Intel has announced the launch and assumptions of its pilot program - Intel Make Tomorrow Poland. Polish partners of the project are: PSNC, Copernicus Science Center, Information Society Development Foundation, Educational Entrepreneurship Foundation and Children's University Foundation. Thu, 18 May 2017 00:00 GMT PSNC Data Center helps the IBM research lab to create a new software model The IBM research team in Zurich set up a project to develop a methodology for estimating the performance, power consumption and cost of exascale systems. The project is called Algorithms and Machines (A&M) and is part of DOME, a joint program with the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON). Within the project PSNC offered access to Orzel / Eagle, a supercomputer to support the project. Mon, 13 Mar 2017 00:00 GMT