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Supercomputers for Science

Computers are increasingly pervasive in all areas of life, but in science they have long been indispensable. In recent years, the rise of “computational physics” has been dramatic, and it is now recognized as being the “third way” of doing science, complementing the traditional approaches of theory and experiment. This talk will be illustrated with examples of current research on some of the largest supercomputers in the world.

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Professor Matt Probert, Department of Physics, University of York