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27 August 2014

iSGTW speaks to Michael Resch, director of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) in Germany, ahead of his keynote speech at next month’s ISC Cloud ’14 conference.

Resch explains why cloud offers a new way of providing access to computing resources and speaks of his drive to ensure that research doesn’t just end up in journal papers, but in your everyday life.


Moving water through the state of California, US, involves a complex array of local water districts, aging federal projects, cobbled together state projects, pumps, and levees. Read about the Delta Stewardship Council and the effort to tackle the enormous goals of creating a reliable water supply for a growing state population, and trying to reverse the environmental damage done by 160 years of water development.


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