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(Skills) How to accelerate your program in Matlab / (Research) Renewable Energy and Data Centres

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Skills: How to accelerate your program in Matlab, Yan Wu

Matlab is a numerical computing environment and programming language, which has been serving our science community for over 30 years. Its creator (The Mathworks) is committed to making Matlab as fast as 3GL programming languages, like C and Fortran over a number of product releases. How has this been accomplished? What is the most effective way to accelerate your Matlab program? This talk will cover the areas related.

Research: Renewable Energy and Data Centres, Sherif Akoush

There are directions to supply power for data centres from renewable energy sources like (wind, solar…). I will illustrate in this talk specific simulations for wind power in UK and how wind intermittency might be solved. I will also discuss wind and solar power worldwide and how I could build a simulator to run experiments. Finally, I will explore some trends in data centres and cloud computing.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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