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          1 miliardo di € in supercomputer europei all'avanguardia a livello mondiale      Cache   Translate Page      
09/10/2018 Il Consiglio ha adottato un regolamento volto a istituire l’impresa comune europea per il calcolo ad alte prestazioni (EuroHPC) Leggi tutto Source: Aster
          Secret Location’s Cinematic VR Epic ‘The Great C’ Now Available      Cache   Translate Page      

Explore an apocalyptic wasteland to unravel a terrifying ancient mystery in this 37-minute sci-fi adventure. A post-apocalyptic landscape fraught with danger. An omnipotent supercomputer. A young woman with nothing to lose. This is The Great C, a cinematic VR science-fiction adventure bursting with hidden secrets, unfathomable danger, and plenty of jaw-dropping moments. Based on the […]

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          IT Collega's - KU Leuven - Leuven      Cache   Translate Page      
KU LEUVEN ZOEKT ENTHOUSIASTE IT COLLEGA'S... ...van Linux tot Windows van SAP tot Java van tablet tot supercomputer van administratiesoftware tot onderwijstechnologie Bij ICTS, de centrale IT-dienst, haal je je IT-hart op aan de meest innovatieve technologieën en complexe uitdagingen. Je komt terecht in een dynamische tak van een stabiele organisatie, KU Leuven. Functie Wij zoeken collega's die: centraal gehoste systemen, applicaties en services ondersteunen en beheren OF...
          15 of the Best Tools for Blockchain Development      Cache   Translate Page      
by Blockgeeks The blockchain has evolved pretty drastically over the last few years. What started as a means to power up a decentralized payment network has morphed into a decentralized supercomputer where developers from all around the world can come and create their own software applications. This is a truly exciting space with lots of […]
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by Blockgeeks The blockchain has evolved pretty drastically over the last few years. What started as a means to power up a decentralized payment network has morphed into a decentralized supercomputer where developers from all around the world can come and create their own software applications. This is a truly exciting space with lots of […]
          10/10/2018: Business Comment & Analysis: China’s gadget snooping undermines globalisation      Cache   Translate Page      
Just about all computerised devices on the planet, from wrist-worn step-tracking gadgets to supercomputers that crunch US intelligence data, participate in a complex supply chain honed over decades. Tiny circuits, pieces of glass, wiring, computer...
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I want a decent looking letterhead created using Microsoft Word 2016. 1) I want it to have margins set to "0.25 so that I can print it on my printer instead of needing a professional printer to print them. 2) I want it to include our phone/email contact information (available on the footer of the page linked below) Link to the website: http://www.enigmasupercomputing.com/temp/freelancer/8/website.html Link to the black logo: http://www.enigmasupercomputing.com/temp/freelancer/8/blacklogo.png Link to the white logo: http://www.enigmasupercomputing.com/temp/freelancer/8/whitelogo.png (Prize: 50)
          IT Collega's (Systems, Analyse...) - KU Leuven - Leuven      Cache   Translate Page      
KU LEUVEN ZOEKT ENTHOUSIASTE IT COLLEGA'S... ...van Linux tot Windows van SAP tot Java van tablet tot supercomputer van administratiesoftware tot onderwijstechnologie Bij ICTS, de centrale IT-dienst, haal je je IT-hart op aan de meest innovatieve technologieën en complexe uitdagingen. Je komt terecht in een dynamische tak van een stabiele organisatie, KU Leuven. Functie Wij zoeken collega's die: centraal gehoste systemen, applicaties en services ondersteunen en beheren OF...
          (USA-CA-San Diego) #95903 System Administrator and Project Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page      
#95903 System Administrator and Project Coordinator Filing Deadline: Tue 10/23/2018 Apply Now UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 10/11/18 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor. Special Selection Applicants: Apply by 10/23/18. Eligible Special Selection clients should contact their Disability Counselor for assistance. DESCRIPTION The UCSD School of Medicine is involved in development of several bioinformatic resources for network analysis that are widely used by the biological research community. The best known is Cytoscape (http://www.cytoscape.org), a collaborative open-source software project. Cytoscape is a leading workstation-based platform for visualizing and processing complex networks. It is widely used with approximately 17,000 downloads per month. NDEx, the Network Data Exchange (http://ndexbio.org), is another major project, a public web resource for sharing, storing, accessing, and publishing biological knowledge as computable networks. The System Administrator and Project Coordinator (SAPC) will manage, maintain and extend the computing infrastructure, both hardware and software, and they will support the users of that infrastructure. The System Administrator and Project Coordinator (SAPC) will work with the software development team to deploy and administrate cloud hosted websites and services, including usage analysis and reporting. Finally, the SAPC will coordinate the software release process for the web and desktop products of the software development team, including the management of issue tracking and user bug reporting. Lab infrastructure system administration: The SAPC will administrate scientific computing infrastructure that includes the secure compute clusters, a VM cluster, a GPU server, lab workstations and compute servers, and multiple storage servers. Most of the systems are housed at the San Diego Supercomputing Center (SDSC). Administration will include maintenance of the rack-mounted systems at SDSC, diagnosing hardware problems, replacing components and installing new systems. The SAPC will work with stakeholders to design hardware and software solutions as the infrastructure evolves to meet new demands. They will manage the purchasing process and interface with vendors for warranty support. They will monitor alerts and performance metrics and will plan and manage data and image backup. They will manage the user authentication system, gateway computers, the firewall, VPN, samba server, IP allocation and Hostmaint. They will control the configuration of all systems, using tools such as Puppet. The SAPC will also maintain the documentation for the systems, including hardware configuration. Lab user support: The SAPC will install and maintain user workstations and other computers onsite. They will control the software configuration of these systems, including the installation of commonly used packages. They will diagnose problems and install and replace hardware. They will assist lab members in the configuration of personal machines for interfacing to the lab infrastructure. They will maintain and extend user documentation for lab computing. They will assist in the IT issues encountered when installing or maintaining scientific instruments in the wet lab, including interfacing with vendors for support and managing regular backups of attached computers. The SAPC will manage user accounts and commercial software used in the lab. They will monitor the usage of the lab computing infrastructure and assist users in using those systems, answering questions, fielding bug reports and otherwise responding to requests. Cloud website and service system administration: The SAPC will administrate websites and web services hosted on cloud providers including AWS and Google. They will track usage of these systems, using both standard tools and custom logging and reporting systems. They will prepare periodic reports of usage, working with the software development team to plan and implement appropriate metrics. They will perform backups, respond to outages, and work with the software development team to make the deployed systems robust and secure. Coordination of software release process and issue tracking: The SAPC will work with the software development team to maintain and administrate internal issue tracking systems and end-user bug and issue reporting systems. They will manage aspects of the software release process, including maintaining schedules, organizing and tracking testing, and performing final deployment to the web. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS + Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering or equivalent combination of education and experience + Two (2) or more years of system/database administration experience. + General knowledge of several areas of IT. + Demonstrated ability to install software and troubleshoot and repair moderately complex problems with computing devices, peripherals and software. Understanding of system performance monitoring and actions that can be taken to improve or correct performance. Basic knowledge of incident response procedures. Demonstrated ability to follow software specifications Including windows and OS/X operating systems. + Demonstrated experience with database administration. Including SQL databases such as MySQL, Postgres + Demonstrated knowledge of computer security tools, best practices and policies. Demonstrated skills applying security controls to computer software and hardware. Examples: user authentication systems, gateway computers, firewalls, VPNs + Demonstrated testing and test planning skills. + Ability to write technical documentation in a clear and concise manner. + Demonstrated understanding of how system management actions affect users and dependent / related functions. + Interpersonal skills sufficient to work with both technical and non-technical personnel at various levels in the organization. Ability to elicit and communicate technical and non-technical information in a clear and concise manner. + Self-motivated and works independently and as part of a team. Demonstrates problem-solving skills. Able to learn effectively and meet deadlines. + Experience with UNIX systems administration, including installation, backups, upgrades and maintenance. Also including experience administrating clusters + Experience using GitHub or other version control software in multi-user projects, especially for periodically released software. + Experience maintaining medium scale cluster hardware, small numbers of rack-mounted systems. Including diagnosis of hardware problems, replacing components and installation of new hardware. + Experience deploying and maintaining basic websites and/or web services via apache or other webservers or hosted on cloud providers such as AWS and Google. + Experience in supporting end users in both software and / or hardware issues. + Experience using issue tracking systems such as Jira, Redmine, Asana PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS + Experience in purchasing of hardware and software, interfacing with vendors, managing warranties and vendor support. + Experience with VM clusters (including software such as VMWare) and GPU servers + Experience working with stakeholders to design hardware and software solutions in computing infrastructure + Experience working with large RAID systems or other redundant or high performance cluster storage hardware and software. + Experience working with GPFS, and other cluster storage software. + Experience with remote monitoring software like Ganglia, Nagios, etc. + Experience with Puppet or other administration automation software + Experienced in webserver configuration, Docker deployment, scalable clusters, Solr or Lucene search engine databases. + Experience with logging and usage tracking systems for webservers, websites, including the analysis of usage and the preparation of relevant reports. + Knowledge of bioinformatics software packages and applications + Experience managing or participating in software releases. + Knowledge of business processes and procedures. Knowledge of the design, development and application of technology and systems to meet business needs. + Knowledge relating to the design and development of software. Basic knowledge of secure software development. + Knowledge of data management systems, practices and standards. SPECIAL CONDITIONS + Employment is subject to a criminal background check. Apply Now UC San Diego Health is the only academic health system in the San Diego region, providing leading-edge care in patient care, biomedical research, education, and community service. Our facilities include two university hospitals, a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Shiley Eye Institute, Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center, and several outpatient clinics. UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest is a designated Level I Trauma Center and has the only Burn Center in the county. We invite you to join our dynamic team! Applications/Resumes are accepted for current job openings only. For full consideration on any job, applications must be received prior to the initial closing date. If a job has an extended deadline, applications/resumes will be considered during the extension period; however, a job may be filled before the extended date is reached. UC San Diego Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco free environment. Please visit smokefree.ucsd.edu for more information. Payroll Title: INFO SYS ANL 2 Department: MEDICINE/Genetics Salary Range Commensurate with Experience Worksite: La Jolla Appointment Type: Career Appointment Percent: 100% Union: Uncovered Total Openings: 1 Work Schedule: Days, 8 hrs/day, Mon-Fri As a federally-funded institution, UC San Diego Health maintains a marijuana and drug free campus. New employees are subject to drug screening.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) #96162 HPC Research, Training and Outreach Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
#96162 HPC Research, Training and Outreach Specialist Filing Deadline: Tue 10/16/2018 Apply Now This is a one year Contract position with the possibility of extension and/or Career conversion. DESCRIPTION The incumbent will apply skills as a seasoned, experienced IT research professional. S/he will use computational, computer science, data science, and CI software research and development principles, with relevant domain science knowledge where applicable, along with professional programming concepts for medium-sized projects or portions of larger projects. Additionally, the incumbent will develop and optimize a variety of computational, data science, and CI research tools and component, perform research on current and future HPC, data, and CI technologies, hardware and software projects, and work on algorithm development, optimization, programming, performance analysis and / or benchmarking assignments of moderate scope where the tasks involve knowledge of either domain / computer science research requirements and / or CI design / implementation requirements. The HPC Research, Training and Outreach Specialist applies skills as a seasoned professional. Uses computational science, computer science, data science, and Cyberinfrastructure (CI) software research and development principles with relevant domain science knowledge (where applicable) to create educational materials for a variety of HPC users. Participates in the delivery of these materials through in-person training, webinars and asynchronous means (web pages, videos, etc.). Develops and adapts materials as necessary for different groups of users, including: graduate students, postdocs, faculty, industry partners, staff from government and non-profits who require HPC resources for their research; professors and instructors who integrate HPC topics into their courses. Updates materials regularly as new HPC technologies and programming languages emerge; K-12 teachers in STEM fields, who plan to introduce technology into their classrooms and curricula. Serves as liaison for the SDSC-managed Triton Shared Compute Cluster (TSCC) to academic departments at UCSD, and works with SDSC and campus communications staff in the development of outreach materials and reports that document and convey the impact and value of HPC in accelerating the research and discovery at UCSD. For more information, please visit www.sdsc.edu. QUALIFICATIONS + Intermediate knowledge of HPC / data science / CI. Understanding of general parallel computing principles and languages, libraries or language extensions for shared memory and distributed memory parallel computing. + Thorough experience working in a complex computing / data / CI environment encompassing all or some of the following: HPC, data science infrastructure and tools / software, and diverse domain science application base. + Experience in presenting HPC training in a variety of venues, such as tutorials, workshops, summer institutes and formal classes. + Experience in developing robust HPC instructional materials that can be used for live or asynchronous training. + Thorough knowledge of multiple, languages commonly used in scientific computing, including Fortran, C/C++, Python, R, bash, MPI, and OpenMP. SPECIAL CONDITIONS + Job offer is contingent upon satisfactory clearance based on Background Check results. Apply Now The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://www-hr.ucsd.edu/saa/nondiscr.html UC San Diego is a smoke and tobacco free environment. Please visit smokefree.ucsd.edu for more information. Payroll Title: CMPTL AND DATA SCI RSCH SPEC 3 Department: San Diego Supercomputer Center Hiring Salary Range $63,400 - $103,100 / Year Worksite: Campus Appointment Type: Contract Appointment Percent: 100% Union: Uncovered Total Openings: 1 Work Schedule: Days, 8 hrs/day, Mon-Fri
          (USA-CA-Livermore) Mechanical Engineering Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
Mechanical Engineering Analyst Location: Livermore, CA Category: Science & Engineering Organization: Engineering Posting Requirement: External w/ US Citizenship Job ID: 104327 Job Code: Science & Engineering MTS 1 (SES.1) / Science & Engineering MTS 2 (SES.2) Date Posted: October 08 2018 Share this Job Apply Now Apply For This Job Science and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have multiple openings for Mechanical Engineering Analysts. You will provide engineering support for the enduring and future nuclear weapons stockpile, including engineering design expertise; fabrication and assembly, systems engineering; surveillance of aging components; engineering analysis and computational simulation; and engineering testing. You will develop computational models, conduct analyses, and perform research and development in advanced simulation capabilities, using state of the art computational techniques that leverage high performance supercomputers. These positions are in the Defense Technologies Engineering Division (DTED), supporting the Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) Principal Directorate. These positions will be filled at either the SES.1 or SES.2 level depending on your qualifications. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if you are selected at the higher level. Essential Duties - Contribute to the development of models of mechanical systems (especially finite element models), through geometry and mesh creation, selection of appropriate material models and properties, and application of suitable boundary conditions. - Perform structural, thermal or thermo-mechanical, modal, dynamic, hydrodynamic, and/or multi-physics analyses; perform post-processing; and present and document results. - Support analysis workflow and quality practices, including workflow optimization, process standardization, configuration management of analysis files and software, and verification and validation (V&V) of models. - Leverage analysis to support design, testing, modification, and optimization of mechanical components and systems. - Follow established procedures under general direction and prepare safety and engineering documentation as required. - Work with other analysts, code developers, engineers, and subject matter experts to solve technical problems. - Report technical approaches and publish as appropriate. - Support programmatic deliverables with occasional travel, as necessary. - Perform other duties as assigned. In Addition at the SES.2 Level - Participate in formal and informal design reviews as required. - Work independently and with teams to solve moderately complex engineering analysis problems. - Support the development of new engineering analysis capabilities, such as advanced material models, novel boundary conditions or contact definitions, methods of coupling codes, etc. Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering or Materials Science, or the equivalent combination of education and related experience. - Fundamental knowledge of elasticity, plasticity, failure, and heat transfer in engineering materials/structures. - Fundamental knowledge of material properties and associated analytical models used in mechanical engineering problem solving. - Experience with engineering analysis using structural, dynamic, hydrodynamic, and/or thermal computer codes. - Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team with effective organizational and interpersonal skills. - Sufficient verbal and written communication skills necessary to interact with a multidisciplinary research team, author technical and scientific reports and papers, document analyses, and deliver scientific presentations. - Ability to travel. In Addition at the SES.2 Level - Master’s degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering, or the equivalent combination of education and related experience. - Comprehensive knowledge and demonstrated experience in one or more of the following areas: mechanical behavior of materials, structural mechanics, failure mechanics, dynamics, modal response, heat transfer, or thermo-mechanical response of engineering systems, and experience participating in formal and informal design reviews. - Proficient verbal and written communication skills necessary to effectively collaborate in a team environment and present and explain technical information. Desired Qualifications - Programming experience, especially in Python, Java, C, Fortran, Perl, and/or Matlab. - Experience in material, model, vibration, impact, thermal, or hydrodynamic test-related activities such as experimental design, instrumentation, data processing, or comparison of test and analysis data. - Experience in one or more of the following areas: advanced constitutive models (for metals, composites, ceramics, foams, geological materials, or polymers); continuum mechanics and material model development; energetic materials (i.e. high explosives and propellants); magneto-hydrodynamics; transportation safety analysis (i.e. impact or fire); uncertainty quantification; statistics; mechanical design codes such as ProE/Creo; fluid analysis codes (i.e. FLUENT or STAR CCM); and/or nuclear weapon system mechanical design details and materials. Pre-Placement Medical Exam: A job related pre-placement medical examination may be required. Pre-Employment Drug Test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test. This includes testing for use of marijuana as Federal Law applies to us as a Federal Contractor. Security Clearance: This position requires a Department of Energy (DOE) Q-level clearance. If you are selected, we will initiate a Federal background investigation to determine if you meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. In addition, all L or Q cleared employees are subject to random drug testing. Q-level clearance requires U.S. citizenship. If you hold multiple citizenships (U.S. and another country), you may be required to renounce your non-U.S. citizenship before a DOE L or Q clearance will be processed/granted. Note: This listing has multiple openings; these are Career Indefinite positions. Lab employees and external candidates may be considered for these positions. About Us Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), located in the San Francisco Bay Area (East Bay), is a premier applied science laboratory that is part of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) within the Department of Energy (DOE). LLNL's mission is strengthening national security by developing and applying cutting-edge science, technology, and engineering that respond with vision, quality, integrity, and technical excellence to scientific issues of national importance. The Laboratory has a current annual budget of about $1.8 billion, employing approximately 6,500 employees. LLNL is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, medical condition, protected veteran status, age, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.
          (USA-CA-Livermore) Livermore Computing Accounts Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
Livermore Computing Accounts Specialist Location: Livermore, CA Category: Technicians/IT Organization: Computation Posting Requirement: External w/ US Citizenship Job ID: 104342 Job Code: Computer Support Technologist (525.2) / Sr Comp Support Technologist (525.3) Date Posted: October 09 2018 Share this Job Apply Now Apply For This Job Science and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have an opening for a Livermore Computing (LC) Accounts Specialist to provide general tier 1 technical support for approximately 3,500 users of the LC supercomputing systems. You will be responsible for providing support by phone, in person or through email to answer and resolve requests for all LC account services provided by the LC Hotline. This position is in the Customer Service Group within the Livermore Computing Division of the Computation Directorate. This position will be filled at either the 525.2 or 525.3 level depending on your qualifications. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if you are selected at the higher level. Essential Duties - Support the administration of LC user accounts, OTP tokens, banks, UNIX groups, and shared directories, while ensuring users are equipped to efficiently and effectively use computers. - Provide excellent customer service and support a diverse user community to answer and resolve customer calls and requests, document all service calls and solutions, and research and troubleshoot LC account issues. - Provide general technical support to solve technical problems of moderate complexity within the LC user community in support of all of the account services - Document and maintain LC Accounts Specialists’ email templates, processes, and procedures. - Maintain appropriate technology, computer security, and safety training. - Process account and UNIX group creations and deletions via the LC Identity Management tool. - Perform other duties as assigned. In Addition at the 525.3 Level - Provide advanced technical assistance to the LC user community by answering calls, emails, and self service requests from users. - Collaborate on implementation of improvements to existing procedures and tools. - Develop scripts to automate LC Accounts Specialists’ support processes. Qualifications - Associate’s degree in a Computer or Engineering related field or the equivalent combination of education, technical training and related experience. - Experience working with customers, addressing issues, and managing customer requests on the phone, via email and/or in person. - General working knowledge of the Linux, Windows and Macintosh Operating systems. - Experience resolving moderately complex problems with a focus on details to ensure follow-through to assure problems are resolved. - Experience writing technical solutions and commercial knowledgebase articles. - Ability to develop and follow detailed policies and procedures. - Experience and knowledge of the skills needed for a customer support role to include a focus on listening, rapport-building, good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate with individuals with all levels of technical and non-technical skill sets. Display a friendly and approachable nature and the ability to show courtesy and patience under stress. - Ability to work with other members of the LC division, LC Computer Coordinators and PI’s. In Addition at the 525.3 Level - Ability to evaluate existing operational procedures and develop and implement process improvement changes to improve LC Hotline operations. - Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills, attention to detail, consistent resolution of problems. - Advanced written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate with individuals with all levels of technical and non-technical skill sets. Desired Qualifications - Advanced knowledge of the Linux operating system, Microsoft Office Suite and Service Now incident management system - Experience working at a service desk. - Experience using mysql or similar database. Pre-Employment Drug Test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test. Security Clearance: This position requires a Department of Energy (DOE) Q-level clearance. If you are selected, we will initiate a Federal background investigation to determine if you meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. In addition, all L or Q cleared employees are subject to random drug testing. Q-level clearance requires U.S. citizenship. If you hold multiple citizenships (U.S. and another country), you may be required to renounce your non-U.S. citizenship before a DOE L or Q clearance will be processed/granted. Note: This is a Career Indefinite position. Lab employees and external candidates may be considered for this position. About Us Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), located in the San Francisco Bay Area (East Bay), is a premier applied science laboratory that is part of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) within the Department of Energy (DOE). LLNL's mission is strengthening national security by developing and applying cutting-edge science, technology, and engineering that respond with vision, quality, integrity, and technical excellence to scientific issues of national importance. The Laboratory has a current annual budget of about $1.8 billion, employing approximately 6,500 employees. LLNL is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, medical condition, protected veteran status, age, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.
          (USA-CA-Livermore) Sr. Mechanical Engineering Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
Sr. Mechanical Engineering Analyst Location: Livermore, CA Category: Science & Engineering Organization: Engineering Posting Requirement: External w/ US Citizenship Job ID: 104328 Job Code: Science & Engineering MTS 3 (SES.3) / Science & Engineering MTS 4 (SES.4) Date Posted: October 08 2018 Share this Job Apply Now Apply For This Job Science and Technology on a Mission! For more than 60 years, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has applied science and technology to make the world a safer place. We have multiple openings for Senior Mechanical Engineering Analysts. You will provide engineering support for the enduring and future nuclear weapons stockpile, including engineering design expertise; fabrication and assembly, systems engineering; surveillance of aging components; engineering analysis and computational simulation; and engineering testing. You will develop computational models, conduct analyses, and perform research and development in advanced simulation capabilities, using state of the art computational techniques that leverage high performance supercomputers. These positions are in the Defense Technologies Engineering Division (DTED) supporting the Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) Principal Directorate. These positions will be filled at either the SES.3 or SES.4 level depending on your qualifications. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if you are selected at the higher level. Essential Duties - Contribute to and/or lead the development of models of mechanical systems (especially finite element models), through geometry and mesh creation, selection or development of appropriate material models and properties, and application of suitable boundary conditions. - Perform structural, thermal or thermo-mechanical, modal, dynamic, hydrodynamic, and/or multi-physics analyses; perform post-processing; and present and document results. - Independently develop and implement analysis workflow and quality practices, including workflow optimization, process standardization, configuration management of analysis files and software, and verification and validation (V&V) of models. - Leverage analysis to support or guide design, testing, modification, and optimization of mechanical components and systems. - Work independently, in consultation, and in teams with other analysts, code developers, engineers, and subject matter experts to solve technical problems. - Report technical approaches and publish as appropriate, and mentor less senior staff analysts. - Participate in formal design reviews and informal peer reviews as required. - Support programmatic deliverables with occasional travel, as necessary. - Perform other duties as assigned. In Addition at the SES.4 Level - Serve as a subject matter expert by providing strategic technical advice to internal management and/or external sponsors, and representing the Laboratory on external scientific or technical committees. - Set broad project vision and strategy and influence technical direction and decisions made by self, team, management and/or external customers. - Direct technical tasks and teams and mentor staff within the analysis groups or project teams. Qualifications - Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, or the equivalent combination of education and related experience. - Advanced knowledge of elasticity, plasticity, failure, and heat transfer in engineering materials/structures. - Advanced knowledge of materials properties and associated analytical models used in mechanical engineering problem solving. - Significant experience with engineering analysis using structural, dynamic, hydrodynamic, and/or thermal computer codes. - Advanced knowledge in the development of relevant principles, theories, concepts, and techniques in the solution of complex engineering problems. - Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment in determining optimal techniques, methods, and evaluation criteria for answering engineering questions. - Experience participating in formal and informal design reviews. - Demonstrated advanced organizational, verbal and written communication skills necessary to interact with a multidisciplinary research team, author technical and scientific reports and papers, document analyses, and deliver technical presentations. In Addition at the SES.4 Level - Significant experience developing solutions and innovative methods that require in-depth analysis of multiple tangible and intangible factors. - Demonstrated ability to lead teams and direct technical projects. - Expert communication, facilitation, and collaboration skills necessary to present, explain, and advise senior management and/or external sponsors and significant experience in interacting with both internal and external stakeholders and decision makers. Desired Qualifications - PhD in Mechanical Engineering or related field. - Significant experience in one or more of the following areas: advanced constitutive models (for metals, composites, ceramics, foams, geological materials, or polymers); continuum mechanics and material model development; energetic materials (i.e. high explosives and propellants); magneto-hydrodynamics; transportation safety analysis (i.e. impact or fire); uncertainty quantification; statistics; mechanical design codes such as ProE/Creo; fluid analysis codes (i.e. FLUENT or STAR CCM); nuclear weapon system mechanical design details and materials; and/or technical management or business development. - Strong programming experience, especially in Python, Java, C, Fortran, Perl, and/or Matlab. Pre-Placement Medical Exam: A job related pre-placement medical examination may be required. Pre-Employment Drug Test: External applicant(s) selected for this position will be required to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug test. This includes testing for use of marijuana as Federal Law applies to us as a Federal Contractor. Security Clearance: This position requires a Department of Energy (DOE) Q-level clearance. If you are selected, we will initiate a Federal background investigation to determine if you meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. In addition, all L or Q cleared employees are subject to random drug testing. Q-level clearance requires U.S. citizenship. If you hold multiple citizenships (U.S. and another country), you may be required to renounce your non-U.S. citizenship before a DOE L or Q clearance will be processed/granted. Note: This listing has multiple openings; these are Career Indefinite positions. Lab employees and external candidates may be considered for these positions. About Us Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), located in the San Francisco Bay Area (East Bay), is a premier applied science laboratory that is part of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) within the Department of Energy (DOE). LLNL's mission is strengthening national security by developing and applying cutting-edge science, technology, and engineering that respond with vision, quality, integrity, and technical excellence to scientific issues of national importance. The Laboratory has a current annual budget of about $1.8 billion, employing approximately 6,500 employees. LLNL is an affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, medical condition, protected veteran status, age, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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          6 Gründe — Warum man noch heute zu Linux wechseln sollte      Cache   Translate Page      
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¿Qué ocurriría si los fabricantes de hardware para PC adoptasen las inteligentes tecnologías de reescalado que hoy en día son habituales en consola? Es un tema que hemos estudiado en el pasado, pero con el nuevo Deep Learning Super-Sampling (DLSS) de Nvidia ahora tenemos una tecnología de reconstrucción acelerada totalmente por hardware, produciendo unos resultados más que interesantes. De hecho, basándonos en la demo de Final Fantasy XV a la que hemos tenido acceso, DLSS incrementa el rendimiento un 40% y en cierto aspectos incluso mejora la calidad de la imagen.

¿Pero cómo funciona? En la presentación de la tecnología RTX durante la pasada Gamescom, el presidente de Nvidia explicó cómo la tecnología de deep learning - el centro de los nuevos núcleos tensores dentro de Turing - podían 'inferir' más detalle en cualquier imagen a través de la experiencia de aprendizaje previa al estudiar imágenes similares. En DLSS esto se traduce en que el supercomputador interno de Nvidia, llamado Saturn 5, analiza imágenes extremadamente detalladas de los juegos, produciendo un algoritmo con un tamaño de apenas unos megabytes que se descarga a través de una actualización de los drivers a la tarjeta RTX.

El juego se renderiza a una resolución menor y, al igual que en esas técnicas de mejora de imagen que funcionan tan bien gracias al deep learning, DLSS produce una imagen de mayor resolución. Pero estamos seguros de que aquí hay más cosas de las que dice Nvidia. Para empezar, DLSS depende de juegos que utilicen anti-aliasing temporal (lo cual, siendo justos, cubre prácticamente todos los motores actuales). Esto sugiere que DLSS extrae información de los anteriores frames para ayudar en su reconstrucción y en las mejoras que introduce con su algoritmo.

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Barcelona es la cuarta ciudad del mundo preferida para ir a trabajar, según una encuesta realizada a más de 350.000 trabajadores en 200 países. Es uno de los factores que han conseguido que, entre 2016 y 2018, 24 multinacionales tecnológicas hayan abierto centros tecnológicos en la ciudad.

Trabajar en una gran empresa es muy atractivo para ingenieros, científicos y técnicos. Suelen ofrecer un buen sueldo, una posición estable e infraestructura para desarrollar proyectos interesantes.

Pero también atraen a una serie de mentes inquietas y pasionales que, con el tiempo, dejan estos trabajos tan atractivos para montar una startup. La antítesis de la multinacional.

Podríamos definir una startup como una empresa de reciente creación, muy tecnológica, y sobre todo innovadora tanto en I+D como en modelos de negocio. Intentan crear algo nuevo, o bien vender el mismo producto de una manera nueva e ingeniosa.

Estos emprendedores, según el folklore, son jóvenes iluminados cuyas oficinas tienen recreativas y mesas de ping-pong. En la realidad, suelen ser equipos hacinados en un coworking o desde sus casas, trabajando largas horas y fines de semana por un sueldo inferior al de mercado.

Y una promesa: cambiar el mundo.

Todo empezó en los 90

A día de hoy, apostar por la creación de empresas tecnológicas parece algo evidente, casi un oxímoron. Pero en plena resaca post-olímpica, fue una decisión valiente de un grupo de visionarios: reconvertir una zona de naves industriales y fábricas abandonadas en un hub de ingeniería.

A finales de los 90 la tecnología en Barcelona era un campo abonado pero aún sin frutos. El sector competía frontalmente por un espacio premium —tanto físico como humano— contra el mayor motor económico de la zona: el turismo. Un motor que mientras escribo estas líneas genera amargos debates políticos y sociales en la ciudad, pero al que sigue siendo difícil renunciar.

En el sur de Europa habrá muchas capitales con playa, pero sólo una hizo una apuesta estratégica por la economía del conocimiento apoyada por una regeneración urbana. Se trata, claro, de Barcelona.

Quizá sea ya el momento de reconocer a todos los partícipes el éxito tecnológico que se está consiguiendo en la ciudad. Pero empecemos por el principio.

El Plan 22@

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Tengo la gran suerte de trabajar y conocer de primera mano el llamado 22@ (pronunciado veintidós arroba), un distrito de Barcelona con un nombre que rebosaba modernidad en 2006 pero que a día de hoy, seamos sinceros, ya suena algo anticuado.

Este proyecto urbano pretendía, en esencia, continuar las transformaciones de la Barcelona Olímpica y renovar una de las zonas más descuidadas: los barrios costeros de la Marina y el Poble Nou, llenos de pisos en mal estado, barracas, y naves industriales en desuso.

Desde el Ayuntamiento se propuso darle un enfoque diferente: ¿y si en vez de construir más bloques de pisos, hacemos una zona friendly para empresas? Citando la web oficial:

El proyecto 22@Barcelona [...] favorece las sinergias entre las universidades, [...] los centros tecnológicos, los centros de investigación y la actividad productiva en general y mejora la eficiencia del conjunto, ya que garantiza la disponibilidad de una amplia oferta de capital humano altamente calificado y favorece, a su vez, la colaboración de sus equipos de investigación con las empresas.

Además, fuera por conservación del patrimonio, o por ahorrar, se contrastó este espíritu noventero-moderno del concepto "Arroba" con la realidad arquitectónica. En vez de demoler las antiguas fábricas y construir edificios nuevos, se restauraron las fachadas de aquellas más emblemáticas y se convirtieron en espacios diáfanos de oficinas.

Diez años después, en una de estas fachadas dice así: "Amazon".

Hemos pasado de ser de pueblo a albergar la sede europea de la segunda empresa más importante del mundo.

De otros edificios emblemáticos como la sugerente Torre Agbar, pronto colgará otro cartel: "Facebook" —a través de una subcontrata—. "Mediamarkt". "Lidl". "Oracle". Incluso "N26", el moderno banco alemán que viene a pescar en este río revuelto por motivos políticos.

En total, son ya unas decenas de nombres asociados a la alta tecnología, desde los que reconocen nuestras madres hasta otros, menos populares pero quizá más productivos para el ecosistema: "Dynatrace". "Satellogic". "Moodle". "Chartboost".

¿Por qué motivo el capital extranjero está empezando a invertir fuertemente Barcelona? Tendríamos que empezar por la palabra mágica o buzzword de los CEOs modernos: el "talento".

La búsqueda de talento se ha convertido en el principal objetivo de las empresas que desean tener éxito. Junta a unas cuantas personas listas y motivadas, dicen, y ellas solas se organizarán para llegar al éxito.

Un inversor de la ciudad nos da una clave. "Barcelona crece más que Madrid en rondas, ránkings y número de empresas creadas. Hay más gente de fuera montando cosas aquí, lo que atrae inversores extranjeros, y se acelera el círculo virtuoso. Es un proceso natural. Fundadores que quieren ayudar como les han ayudado a ellos."

Las Universidades

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Pese a que las universidades españolas nunca alcanzan siquiera el "Top 100" en los ránkings internacionales, los licenciados españoles están muy bien valorados por las empresas. Salen bien preparados de unas carreras largas y duras, trabajan bien, y aceptan cobrar unos sueldos... españoles.

No son pocas las empresas que cierran tratos con clientes internacionales por la relación calidad-precio de sus productos o servicios. Para ellos somos muy baratos, a la vez que más eficientes y más cercanos culturalmente que en otros países de Europa del Este o África. Esto ha hecho que muchas multinacionales decidan dar el paso y abrir finalmente una sucursal en España y contratar un equipo totalmente local.

A diferencia de otros trabajos externalizados en un contexto de globalización mundial, se trata de tareas de alta calificación, como ingeniería, biología, física; en general, proyectos muy vinculados a I+D.

Un universitario español cobra entre la mitad y un tercio del sueldo de su equivalente en Silicon Valley, realizando un trabajo de más calidad y sin tantos aspavientos. Aquí no somos rockstars, somos currantes

En 2005, la gente que acababa la carrera se iba a una consultora tecnológica a hacer un cursillo de Java para luego sufrir jornadas maratonianas dentro de una cadena de subcontrataciones y acabar desarrollando una intranet con código reusado. Hoy día entran en una startup o una tecnológica y cambian el mundo. Todo este capital humano, que siempre había existido pero no encontraba una oferta laboral motivadora, por fin tiene a su disposición proyectos emocionantes.

Un universitario español cobra entre la mitad y un tercio del sueldo de su equivalente en Silicon Valley, realizando un trabajo de más calidad y sin tantos aspavientos. Aquí no somos rockstars, somos currantes.

Los parques y centros de investigación

La Universidad no se limita a educar. De hecho, en los mejores países del mundo su principal papel es investigar y desarrollar. En España hemos tardado en darnos cuenta, pero estamos rectificando rápidamente.

Allí por 2004, el centro de IBM en San Fernando de Henares fabricó el Marenostrum, entonces el supercomputador más rápido de Europa y cuarto del mundo.

Meses después se instaló en Barcelona, en una capilla reacondicionada de la Politécnica. Esta máquina se gestiona a través de un consorcio participado en un 51% por el Gobierno de España.

Algunos se preguntarán, ¿por qué no se instaló en Madrid?

Fue IBM, quien proveía la tecnología, el principal padrino de la ciudad condal. El germen del actual Barcelona Supercomputing Center-Centro Nacional de Supercomputación fue un grupo de investigación de la UPC especializado en supercomputación, llamado CESCA. Una infraestructura pequeña pero vital, que quizá fue la clave para la decisión de IBM.

Ignasi Belda, fundador de Intelligent Pharma y anteriormente director del Parc Científic de Barcelona, nos explica cómo funcionan. "Los Parques científicos son una infraestructura que ayuda al desarrollo de un ecosistema emprendedor sostenible, rico, y avanzado desde el punto de vista tecnológico".

"Los centros de investigación son diferentes. Desde hace 20 años se ha aplicado en Cataluña una política de excelencia científica que ha resultado en unos Institutos punteros a nivel mundial, como por ejemplo el ICFO (Institut de Ciències Fotòniques), IRB (Institut de Recerca en Biomedicina) o el CRG (Centre de Regulació Genòmica). Gracias a este sistema de centros de investigación universitarios, Cataluña está batiendo todos los indicadores a nivel europeo, por ejemplo, nombre de ERC por cápita (becas millonarias del European Research Council)".

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Belda acaba diferenciando la excelencia científica del mundo empresarial. "[La inversión en estos centros] se ha hecho a costa de la transferencia tecnológica y, por tanto, la emprendeduría. Por ejemplo, el ICFO no llega al 2% de ingresos en transferencia, lo cual es inusual a nivel internacional. Por ello pienso que son necesarias políticas decididas y valientes por parte de la Generalitat de Cataluña para lograr un impacto significativo en el ecosistema emprendedor".

Y es que el ambiente motivador de estos centros, unido a las tristemente pésimas perspectivas laborales en la investigación pública, ha acabado siendo una fábrica de startuperos, pero no de spin-off. Esta falta de apoyo para monetizar las invenciones es, irónicamente, una pobre apuesta económica. ¿Cuánta riqueza habría en el formato MP3 si se hubiera inventado en un centro español en vez del Fraunhofer alemán?

Muchos de los que empezaron —empezamos— nuestra carrera laboral como investigadores hemos acabado montando pequeñas empresas de I+D, intentando replicar ese espíritu científico, curioso, académico, que se incuba en los centros y parques tecnológicos. Salvando las distancias, una línea en el currículum con una posición en el BSC o el CRG son nuestros MIT o Cambridge patrios.

Instituciones públicas

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Es poco habitual alabar el papel de las instituciones públicas en el mundo empresarial. Pero en nuestro caso tenemos que dar las gracias a varias instituciones públicas que han trabajado muy eficientemente para abrir Barcelona y sus empresas al mercado internacional.

ACCIÓ es la agencia catalana para aumentar la competitividad empresarial. Son los que se encargan de facilitar las exportaciones, así como atraer empresas extranjeras a la ciudad.

Ya hemos visto más arriba el éxito con el que han conseguido interesar a las principales tecnológicas mundiales. Y por lo que respecta a exportaciones, las cifras son excelentes. Las exportaciones catalanas son el 25% del global del Estado, más del doble que Andalucía (11,2%) y Madrid (11%). Este 2017 crecieron un 8,7%.

Sea por la coyuntura política, la cercanía a Europa, o por el apoyo de ACCIÓ y también del ICEX, la provincia de Barcelona lidera las exportaciones con 54 mil millones de Euros, por delante de Madrid con 30 mil millones.

En el otro lado de la balanza, para aquellos emprendedores locales, desde el Ayuntamiento se ha impulsado Barcelona Activa, una organización de fomento del empleo, ya sea autónomo o por cuenta ajena. Aglutina una serie de servicios que van desde el acompañamiento para abrir una empresa en el Notario hasta cursos de negociación o finanzas, talleres para mejorar tu currículum o cursos de Excel.

Sea por la coyuntura política, la cercanía a Europa, o por el apoyo de ACCIÓ y también del ICEX, la provincia de Barcelona lidera las exportaciones con 54 mil millones de Euros, por delante de Madrid con 30 mil millones.

No importa si quieres abrir una peluquería o una empresa de biomedicina, en Barcelona Activa disponen de servicios para todas las necesidades, de manera gratuita. Para todo aquél que no puede permitirse un MBA, ya sea por tiempo o dinero, esta alternativa gratuita es excelente y muy completa.

Guifré Belloso, técnico de creación de empresas en Barcelona Activa, nos describe el funcionamiento. "Por una parte, (las agencias locales) gestionan el cambio tecnológico incentivando la creación de empresas y el empleo, y por otra, ayudan a las personas en paro a resituarse como emprendedores o autoempleo".

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Barcelona Activa también actúa como agente local para facilitar el acceso a la financiación estatal, gestionando ayudas como ENISA, CDTI, e incluso las europeas. Belloso nos comenta que una de sus funciones es "poner incentivos donde el mercado no llega". "Si no existieran ENISA o instrumentos similares, probablemente los viveros no estarían llenos ni habría tanto flujo de startups. Muchas empresas no llegan a break even (punto de equilibrio), pero creo que el balance global es positivo".

José Pedro Tarango, asesor de empresas en Barcelona Activa, nos explica la relación entre la iniciativa pública y la privada. «El papel de las entidades públicas es orientar, formar, disponer de los recursos necesarios para emprendedores. Barcelona Activa fue pionera en ofrecer espacios de incubación para la instalación física de las empresas o en promover foros de inversión especializados en el sector salud o cleantech, por ejemplo. Iniciativas cuyo testigo ya ha sido recogido por la iniciativa privada cerrándose perfectamente el círculo".

Belloso y Tarango acaban sus contribuciones compartiendo la misma idea. "Las inversiones de hoy son las empresas de mañana y los puestos de trabajo de pasado mañana".

La pieza clave: el capital privado

Nuestro puzzle va tomando forma: espacio común, educación de calidad, investigación pública, proyectos pioneros y apoyo institucional.

Con estas piezas muchos emprendedores locales han podido construir un equipo bien engrasado desarrollando un producto o servicio puntero. Y esta conjunción de equipo+producto es en sí mismo un producto que se puede vender. Y las multinacionales lo compran.

Estas adquisiciones —exits en inglés— ayudan, por una parte, a que las mejores empresas internacionales monten sus equipos en Barcelona. En vez de empezar de cero, compran una empresa local establecida, y dedican este equipo a desarrollar su producto, o una versión del mismo integrada con el producto principal de la multinacional. Y, según su punto de vista, a precio de ganga.

Además, algunos emprendedores han logrado ser millonarios gracias a la venta de su empresa. No millonarios como para retirarse, pero sí como para poder vivir de rentas, o al menos con más holgura. Y cuando uno tiene dinero lo que no puede permitirse es dejarlo inmovilizado en el banco.

Así que lo invierte en un producto de rentabilidad. El producto que compra es aquél que mejor conoce: participaciones en otras startups.

Sin esta recirculación de capital en el ecosistema no hay startups.

Los business angels

Cuando un emprendedor tiene una idea, de lo primero que se da cuenta es de que necesita dinero para ejecutarla. Muy pocas empresas pueden funcionar más de unos pocos meses sin equipo y sin ingresos. Este emprendedor va a un banco a pedir un crédito, y descubre quizá por primera vez el concepto avalar. Pocos minutos después vuelve a su casa pensando de dónde va a sacar el dinero.

A veces es posible convencer a familiares o amigos para que presten dinero, pero tiene su riesgo. Las cenas de navidad ya son complicadas como para añadir discusiones de dinero con tíos y primos.

¿Y si hubiera gente que te "prestara" dinero de manera profesional sin pedir un aval? Pues esta gente existe, se llaman Business Angels, y si son buenos, se ganan esta denominación a pulso.

Un Business Angel es, habitualmente, un emprendedor que ha vendido su empresa y tiene dinero que desea reinvertir a cambio de una participación en la misma. Estos ángeles, si saben lo que les conviene, harán lo posible para que el negocio vaya bien y por tanto obtener un retorno en su inversión. Y qué mejor que ayudar al emprendedor a resolver los mismos problemas que él tuvo anteriormente.

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David Baratech, fundador de Ulabox y Business Angel, habla sobre la diferencia con un inversor profesional. "Durante años vas aprendiendo con tu propio proyecto. Adquieres es una visión analítica sobre cómo exprimir tus activos, sean habilidades adquiridas o bien la capacidad de invertir que tengas. Al final te haces preguntas muy similares a las que se pueda hacer un fondo [de inversión], sólo que si el equipo, el product-market-fit y (adecuación al mercado) el mercado cumplen unos mínimos, el proceso de due diligence (auditoría interna) es mucho más casero. Indulgente incluso".

Un Business Angel es, habitualmente, un emprendedor que ha vendido su empresa y tiene dinero que desea reinvertir a cambio de una participación en la misma. Estos ángeles, si saben lo que les conviene, harán lo posible para que el negocio vaya bien y por tanto obtener un retorno en su inversión
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Oriol Roda, fundador de Mammoth Hunters y pequeño inversor, los define así: "La expresión "smart money" no es simplemente una palabra bonita sino una realidad que puede marcar la diferencia entre el éxito o el fracaso de una startup. Sólo una persona que ha pasado por el proceso de crear su propia empresa tiene la empatía y la experiencia necesaria para acompañar de forma adecuada a otro emprendedor".

Es la combinación perfecta. Un profesor que paga por enseñar al emprendedor, y éste le devuelve el dinero, multiplicado, si tiene éxito. Cuanto mejor le enseña, más probabilidades hay de que los dos salgan ganando.

Un Business Angel es una potencial fábrica de futuros Business Angels. De cada empresa exitosa saldrán una decena de futuros inversores, con preparación y dinero para reinvertir en el ecosistema.

Las generaciones de emprendedores

En Silicon Valley este ciclo emprendedor-inversos es lo habitual. Tanto que el valle debe su nombre a todas las empresas de microchips de silicio surgidas de la escisión de Fairchild Semiconductors, incluyendo Intel. De Odeo nació Twitter. Y gracias a una herramienta interna usada en el desarrollo un videojuego que jamás vio la luz tenemos a Slack.

No es casual que la primera empresa seguramente no os suene y la segunda sí. Como en Star Wars, el aprendiz acaba superando al maestro.

En España, la generación actual de Business Angels surgió de los éxitos anteriores a la crisis de las puntocom. Somos hijos de Olé, Dinamic, Arrakis, eDreams, Lleida.net, Hispavista.

Las actuales startups españolas son empresas tecnológicas de tercera generación, o cuarta si incluimos la edad de oro del software español. En Silicon Valley empezaron en los años 50. Cada nueva generación se produce en aproximadamente 10 años, así que haced cuentas de la ventaja que nos llevan.

Según Roda, aún queda mucho camino por recorrer. "Barcelona aún está lejos de tener el volumen de fundadores que hayan tenido éxito y que empiecen a actuar como mentores de nuevas startups. Hasta que no llegue ese momento nuestra ciudad continuará siendo un hub de segundo orden a nivel global".

Aquí sí hay playa

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En España hay dos grandes hubs empresariales en sus dos ciudades principales. Madrid tiene el Gobierno, el IBEX, y un largo historial de relaciones con las multinacionales. No en vano, Google y Microsoft abrieron su primera oficina en la Capital. Si Barcelona está de moda es porque rompe toda lógica empresarial tradicional.

Ambas ciudades son muy similares. Comparten estado y legislación. La cultura es parecida. Barcelona tiene playa pero, por otra parte, en el sur de Europa hay muchas playas.

Nos encontramos lo que en Filosofía denominan condición necesaria pero no suficiente.

Y es que el clima y el entorno social son importantes. Por ello, a igualdad de muchos otros factores —especialmente la calidad de universidades y universitarios en el Estado—, tanto los guiris como sus empresas vienen a Barcelona.

¿Es frívolo mencionar el clima como fuente de riqueza? Quizá. Pero más frívolo es que el museo más exitoso de la ciudad sea el del Barça, donde el 84% de los visitantes son turistas. Cada vez que el club mete un gol, un inversor se plantea invertir en empresas de Barcelona.

El MWC es otro claro ejemplo de apuesta internacional por la capital catalana. ¿Sabéis cual fue la principal queja de los organizadores este 2018? ¿El clima político? ¿Las huelgas de transporte? No. El mal tiempo.

Los seres humanos somos así.

Y es que la capital catalana es una ciudad moderna, o mejor, modernilla. Enamora, a su manera, igual que enamoran París o Nueva York. Es cosmopolita y tradicional, abierta y misteriosa; del Barça y la Sagrada Família, corbata y rastas, business in the front, party in the back. Los Juegos Olímpicos no sólo cambiaron las fachadas, lo cambiaron todo.

Es la marca Barcelona.

Un éxito sólo posible mediante la unión de varias pequeñas piezas, insignificantes de manera individual, pero potentes cuando están todas presentes.

Así se cierra el círculo

Un estudiante acaba la carrera en una universidad que le ha ofrecido una buena formación. Pasa un tiempo haciendo carrera en un centro de investigación o una empresa tecnológica hasta que le pica el gusanillo y decide montar su proyecto.

Entonces recibe apoyo de Barcelona Activa quien le gestiona una ayuda de ENISA, y con suerte recibe financiación de Business Angels. Contrata a un equipo de ingenieros potentes y algún licenciado en empresariales, gente que conoció en la carrera, o extranjeros con experiencia que han venido buscando un proyecto interesante en un ambiente de bermudas y chanclas.

Nuestro amigo desarrolla un producto puntero y se establece en un espacio de incubación. Pasa el tiempo, y gracias al apoyo de instituciones como ICEX y ACCIÓ consigue empezar a vender en el extranjero. Una de estas empresas ve potencial en el producto o servicio, pero sobre todo en el talento que ha reunido, y decide instalarse en Barcelona. Abre una oficina en el 22@, o bien compra la startup. El ciclo se cierra.

Gracias a la experiencia adquirida y, con un poco de suerte, algo de dinero de la venta de su empresa, nuestro amigo cierra el ciclo. Empieza a participar en el ecosistema como Business Angel, reinvirtiendo el dinero y su experiencia en nuevos emprendedores.

El Dream Team

A los que vivís o trabajáis en Barcelona, parad un momento. Lo digo en serio. Levantad la vista de la pantalla y tomad consciencia del momento dulce que vive la ciudad.

El contexto que estamos disfrutando en términos de innovación e inversión es comparable a ver jugar a Messi. Pasa cada muchas generaciones y es irrepetible. Lo podréis explicar a vuestros nietos: "Yo lo viví".

Este artículo intenta ser un homenaje a todos los anónimos que llevan luchado durante varias décadas para que Barcelona pueda ser un Silicon Valley Mediterráneo. A nuestra manera, claro.

Lo habéis conseguido. Felicidades, y muchas gracias.

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          Solution Architect Team Lead - Cray - San Jose, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
This position is responsible for understanding and complying with Cray internal controls. Our business is supercomputing....
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          Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform      Cache   Translate Page      

It is safe to say that a little more than a decade ago, when the clone of Google’s MapReduce and Google File System distributed storage and computing platform was cloned at Yahoo and offered up to the world as a way to transform the nature of data analytics at scale, that we all had much higher hopes for the emergence of platforms centered around Hadoop that would change enterprise, not just webscale, computing.

It has been a lot tougher to build the road to enterprise customers and therefore profits, and the reason is simple. Databases are extremely sticky and very hard to change, even when the promise of extremely cheap storage at least by the standards of the mid-2000s is dangled like a juicy carrot. Hadoop, which became the name of a collection of mostly open source programs dealing with data storage and analytics at scale, has been brilliantly and carefully evolved into a number of different platforms by the likes of Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR Technologies, and even IBM for a while.

But Hadoop has remained a complex if sophisticated platform aimed at the upper echelons of computing, suitable for the Global 5000 customers that were once on the bleeding edge, four or five decades ago, with IBM mainframes for transaction processing. The pace of technological change has accelerated much faster than Moore’s Law, and there are so many ways to skin the analytics cat that it is, frankly, as ridiculous as it is exciting and interesting. Enthusiasm tends to run ahead of practicalities, which is why old technologies persist. The question we have as we contemplate the merger between Cloudera and Hortonworks, arguably the largest commercial distributors and the only two who have made it to public offerings to investors on Wall Street, is whether or not their momentum is enough that Hadoop will be able to evolve and become a profitable business.

That is the central question, and while one might argue that merging two customer bases, two code bases with different licensing philosophies and some radically different approaches to storing and querying data, and two distinct companies so they stop fighting each other will make for a better and stronger Hadoop platform. It is certainly not a foregone conclusion that Hadoop as a business is as good as Hadoop as a platform, and the whole premise of a commercial open source distribution is that it has to be a good business so the platform can be reinvested in to keep it improving and evolving.

There are very few platforms that have succeeded in this regard, and Red Hat, with its linux server, JBoss application middleware, OpenStack cloud controller, and OpenShift Kubernetes container orchestrator, is really the only good example worth bringing up from the open source realm. Nothing else even comes close. If Red Hat had created a Hadoop distribution, as many of us thought it should have, or bought one, as it certainly could have, it is probable that Cloudera and Hortonworks would have never become public companies, which allowed their investors, who collectively plowed $1.04 billion into the former and $248 million into the latter, to cash out. (Intel’s $740 million infusion into Cloudera in 2014 was just an example of the hubris and folly that the chip giant can indulge in thanks to its virtual monopoly in PC and server chips. It happens to all big tech companies that create large profit pools. This list of such acquisitions and partnerships by IBM is long, just as an example.)

As a venture capital harvesting machine, Hadoop has been brilliant. Don’t get us wrong. And from the humble beginnings of the MapReduce data chunking and chewing algorithm and the Hadoop Distributed File System, the Hadoop platform has grown into a vast ecosystem of tools that mirrors all of the wonderful things that have come to surround the Linux kernel and turned it into a proper operating system that can span everything from a smartphone to a supercomputer. Hadoop is ornate, and sometimes baroque, and has so many variations on the themes for everything from data storage to SQL and other kinds of database and data warehouse overlays to different distributed computation models to a layer for in-memory processing and machine learning. It is a very large Swiss Army knife. That is Hadoop’s best feature, and it has also been its curse. Perhaps now, with the two largest Hadoop players merging, the Hadoop stack can be pruned a bit and better optimized for the workloads of the 2020s.

That, we presume, is the idea behind the merger between Cloudera and Hortonworks. The two companies also want to remove costs and probably remove some of the intense competition on pricing to get the combination to profitability, as is expected from every public company. (Will it be called CloudWorks? HortonEra? Something different? Or just Cloudera? Probably not Hortonworks.) And it looks like the combined Hadoop distributions have a path to profitability, if the trend lines hold.

That said, these two companies have burned through a tremendous amount of money to get here, and in the past six and a half years where we have visibility into the numbers, the businesses have indeed grown, but at tremendous cost. Both Cloudera and Hortonworks had models that showed they would grow a lot faster than they actually did, and the slower growth has pushed out the point of profitability ahead of them every year. Adding more and more blades to the Hadoop Swiss Army knife has been costly, and to their credit, they have done innovative things that have kept Hadoop relevant as conditions in the market have changed dramatically in the past decade. What they are trying to do is extremely difficult, and we have nothing but tremendous respect for the effort that some of the smartest people we know in infrastructure and business have put in. But the numbers are not pretty, even if they are getting rosier here in 2018 and looking out into 2019 and 2020.

In fact, it might have been better for these two companies to have merged a few years back, cleaned everything up, got the synergies reckoned, and be going public right now.

Cloudera got the early jump as the dominant revenue generator of the Hadoop stack, but in recent years, Hortonworks has been catching up fast. Take a look:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

The bars at the far right show figures for the first half of calendar 2018, so don’t mistakenly think revenues have dropped.

Here is our analysis in tabular form, so you can see the numbers yourself:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

Clearly sales growth has cooled for Cloudera it only grew 26 percent in the past two quarters compared to the same period 12 months earlier and down from the 42 percent growth rate in 2017 while Hortonworks is still humming along at 40 percent growth here in 2018 thus far. The combined companies is probably the best way to reckon the overall growth rate, and for the first half that is 32 percent growth for $378 million in sales. There is no reason to believe that the combination cannot break through $800 million in sales in calendar 2019 and push up through $1 billion in 2020.

If you do the math, Cloudera has raked in $1.28 billion in revenues in the past six and a half years, while Hortonworks only brought in $808 million. Add in the venture capital of $1.31 billion in venture capital, plus $225 million that Cloudera raised in early 2017 for its IPO and the $100 million that Hortonworks raised in late 2014 from its IPO, and the total pile of cash that has come to the pair is $3.69 billion. Hortonworks still has $86 million of cash and Cloudera still has $440.1 million. But over that same time period, Cloudera has booked cumulative losses of $1.19 billion and Hortonworks has cumulative losses of $979 million, for a total of $2.16 billion. Both separately and together, these companies are burning the wood a lot faster than they can cut it. This chart shows it visually:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

But the financial situation is getting better, as the data shows. The Cloudera and Hortonworks presentations accompanying the merger announcement use trailing twelve month data, which is suitable but we mixed the quarterly data above because it has a longer trend line. Here is what the profit top-level financials look like:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

The combined companies, on a trailing twelve month basis, have $720 million in revenues, and gross margins are pretty good at 74 percent. A software company with a legacy installed base can pull in 85 percent to 95 percent gross margins, and aside from the elimination of redundant costs and other synergies that Cloudera and Hortonworks are talking about eliminating, the reduction in competition is going to help, too. No one is talking about that, of course, but that is no doubt part of the thinking behind the merger. There is some cross-selling that is possible to boost revenues, but we think the reduction in competition is a bigger deal. Rationalizing the very different licensing models Hortonworks is pure open source with subscription support, while Cloudera is open core with support plus enterprise add-ons with subscription licenses for key features is not going to be easy, and many products and projects will have to be merged or picked one over the other. Still, even with the $125 million in synergies removed, the combined company will move closer towards profitability, and with a reasonable 30 percent revenue growth rate, the new entity should break through $1 billion and be profitable in 2020. And that is precisely the plan:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

To be precise, the combined Cloudera-Hortonworks is telling Wall Street that it can get above $1 billion in sales and have gross margins about 75 percent and operating margins above 10 percent for calendar 2020. Which implies that it will have actual profits, if all goes well.

The total addressable market is expanding, too, and that will help. Here is how Cloudera and Hortonworks see the opportunity out in front of them:


Hadoop Needs To Be A Business, Not Just A Platform

The core market that Hadoop is chasing is comprised of three different segments, according to Cloudera-Hortonworks, and will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 21 percent between 2017 and 2022, from $12.7 billion to $32.3 billion. Within that, cognitive and artificial intelligence workloads represent a $14.3 billion opportunity in 2022, $4.9 billion for advanced and predictive analytics software, and $13.2 billion for dynamic data management systems (what we would call modern storage). In addition to that, the Hadoop platform is also chasing relational and non-relational database management systems and data warehouses, which is another $51 billion opportunity in 2022, for a total TAM of $83 billion. Even a small slice of this, which is what Hadoop currently gets today, could be billions of dollars by then. (We shall see.)

The deal for the merger of the two companies is surprisingly simple. Shareholders in Hortonworks will get 1.305 shares in Cloudera and Cloudera will be the remaining company in fact, if not necessarily in name. This means that Cloudera shareholders will own 60 percent of the combined company and Hortonworks shareholders will own the remaining 40 percent. The combined companies had a fully diluted equity value of $5.2 billion before the merger was announced. At the time the deal was announced, the combined firms had more than $500 million in cash, no debt, and 2,500 customers who largely do not overlap. There are more than 120 customers who spend $1 million a year and another 800 customers who spend more than $100,000 a year for subscriptions and such.


          Solution Architect Team Lead - Cray - San Jose, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Sunita Chandrasekaran Receives NSF Grant to Create Powerful Software Framework      Cache   Translate Page      

Over at the University of Delaware, Julie Stewart writes that assistant professor Sunita Chandrasekaran has received an NSF grant to develop frameworks to adapt code for GPU supercomputers. She is working with complex patterns known as wavefronts, which are commonly found in scientific codes used in analyzing the flow of neutrons in a nuclear reactor, extracting patterns from biomedical data or predicting atmospheric patterns.

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          1 Petaflop ROMEO Supercomputer Comes to Reims from Atos      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne dedicated their new ROMEO supercomputer. A BullSequana X1000 model from Atos, ROMEO is ranked amongst the most-powerful supercomputers worldwide. "This installation confirms the strategic engagement of the Atos Group in R&D in scientific computing. The BullSequana supercomputer brings a level of power that is needed by the digital simulation projects of the University and it also offers the necessary functionalities for the convergence of Artificial Intelligence and scientific computing, which the URCA requested.”

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          Video: Reflecting on the Goal and Baseline of Exascale Computing      Cache   Translate Page      

Thomas Schulthess from CSCS gave this talk at the Blue Waters Summit. "Application performance is given much emphasis in discussions of exascale computing. A 50-fold increase in sustained performance over today's applications running on multi-petaflops supercomputing platforms should be the expected target for exascale systems deployed early next decade. We will reflect on what this means in practice and how much these exascale systems will advance the state of the art."

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          NVIDIA HGX-2 Ai Supercomputer Comes to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure      Cache   Translate Page      

Today Oracle announced support for the NVIDIA HGX-2 platform on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Designed to meet the needs of the next generation of analytics, machine learning, and AI, Oracle is offering GPU-accelerated deep learning and HPC containers from the NVIDIA GPU Cloud container registry. “Whether you are an engineer, data scientist, researcher or developer, we are bringing the power of compute and cloud to your fingertips.

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          Digital - Nation Africa Awareness Intern at IBM - International Business Machines      Cache   Translate Page      
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is a global technology and innovation company headquartered in Armonk, NY. It is the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, with more than 400,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries. IBM offers a wide range of technology and consulting services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics, software development and systems management; and the world's most advanced servers and supercomputers.Job Description Manage D-NA Ambassadors to reach the agreed on weekly new D-NA users ( for up to 6 months) D-NA Orientations and how to promote D-NA to University students. Agree on actions ambassadors are planning to do to help promote D-NA Monitor and control the progress on daily/weekly and monthly basis Brainstorming for new ideas with the his assigned team based on university or institution's needs Give the needed adhoc support to ambassadors (phone calls, emails, F2F meetings, ...etc) Handle D-NA event preparation via a focal point in the University Relations team Report results on a weekly basis and any issues with a focal point in the University Relations team Work with other interns and the University Relations PM in charge for new ideas for expansion and propagation (weekly meeting) Selection Criteria Senior University students and Fresh graduates with very Good: Time management skills Orchestrators /Good team players Communication ,Negotiation and Presentation skills Preferred Education: Bachelor's Degree Required Technical and Professional Expertise: NA Preferred Tech and Prof Experience: NA EO Statement IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          Sunita Chandrasekaran Receives NSF Grant to Create Powerful Software Framework      Cache   Translate Page      

Over at the University of Delaware, Julie Stewart writes that assistant professor Sunita Chandrasekaran has received an NSF grant to develop frameworks to adapt code for GPU supercomputers. She is working with complex patterns known as wavefronts, which are commonly found in scientific codes used in analyzing the flow of neutrons in a nuclear reactor, extracting patterns from biomedical data or predicting atmospheric patterns.

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