Kenji's Blog

Blog for Dr Kenji Takeda at the University of Southampton. Find out about what he's up to in aerodynamics, aircraft noise, flight simulation and Formula One teaching, research and schools outreach. Also see what's going on in the School of Engineering Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Supercomputing made easy...

How many teenagers does it take to build a supercomputer?
Nineteen, well that's how many came to our Smallpeice Trust course 'Supercomputing in Engineering'.
This great group of 17 year olds built a supercomputer with Windows Compute Cluster 2003 in just a day! Not only that, but they designed and test flew some radical environmentally-friendly airliners on our simulator too!
See what they got up to here... (yes, we did play Guitar Hero II on the Xbox 360 a lot!).
For details of this, and other great courses for Year 9-12 youngsters, check out http://www.smallpeicetrust.org.uk/
See what they got up to last year in this movie, courtesy of Microsoft...

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