Articles in online and printed media
The work done in the INTERTWinE project has featured in a number of online articles and printed media produced by different organisations.
- Solving the software problems of Exascale supercomputers - article published in Impact magazine: Applying Technology and Engineering (August 2018), including an interview with Dr Mark Bull (EPCC), Dr Valeria Bartsch (Fraunhofer ITWM), Olivier Aumage (Inria) and Dr George Beckett (EPCC): https://www.intertwine-project.eu/sites/default/files/images/IMPACT_brochure_PRINT.pdf.
- Review: INTERTWinE exascale workshop - EPCC News article (Issue 83 / Summer 2018, pages 22-23), discussing the Exascale Applications Workshop organised by INTERTWinE in Edinburgh in April 2018: https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/EPCCNews83.pdf
- Building the Road to Exascale - EPCC News article (Issue 82 / Autumn 2017, pages 14-15), discussing 3 exascale-focused European projects, with input from Dr George Beckett (EPCC): https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/EPCCNews82.pdf
- The race towards exascale supercomputing targets 2020 - article published by Youris.com (August 2017), including interview with Dr George Beckett and Dr Nick Brown (both of EPCC), referencing INTERTWinE: http://www.youris.com/society/future-tech/the-race-toward-exascale-supercomputing-targets-2020.kl
- Tooling Up For Exascale - Scientific Computing World article (December 2016), based on interview with Dr Mark Bull and Dr Dan Holmes (both of EPCC), focusing on work done under INTERTWinE and EPiGRAM projects: https://www.scientific-computing.com/feature/tooling-exascale
- MPI Is Not Perfect...Yet - HPC Wire article (August 2016) by Dr Dan Holmes (EPCC): https://www.hpcwire.com/2016/08/03/mpi-not-perfect-yet/
- Programming Models for Exascale: Slow Transition or Complete Disruption? - ISC 2016 blog post (June 2016), including interview with Dr Valeria Bartsch (Fraunhofer ITWM) and Dr Mark Bull (EPCC) - both of INTERTWinE - and Prof Jesus Labarta (BSC).
- Copy of blog post summary archived at: http://www.deep-projects.eu/press-corner/news/174-programming-models-for-exascale-transition-or-disruption.htmlcts.eu/press-corner/news/174-programming-models-for-exascale-transition-or-disruption.html
- Summary version of the interviews, as published on the ISC16 blog: http://www.deep-projects.eu/press-corner/news/187-debate-programming-models-for-exascale-evolution-or-disruption.html
- Full interview with Dr Valeria Bartsch: http://www.deep-projects.eu/press-corner/news/176-programming-models-for-exascale-interview-with-dr-valeria-bartsch-fraunhofer-itwm.html
- Full interview with Dr Mark Bull: http://www.deep-projects.eu/press-corner/news/177-programming-models-for-exascale-interview-with-dr-mark-bull-epcc.html
- INTERTWinE: Boosting research by exploiting parallelism - EPCC News article (Issue 79 / Summer 2016, page 18): https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/EPCC%20News%2079%20web_1.pdf
The project's involvement in the FEAT (Future Emerging Art and Technology) art/science collaboration project led to a number of online articles, in which the general concept of INTERTWinE was discussed:
- The semiotics of supercomputers - article published by Youris.com (August 2017), based on interviews with Dr George Beckett and Dr Nick Brown (both of EPCC), and artists Miha Turšič and Špela Petrič: http://www.youris.com/Society/Future-Tech/The-Semiotics-Of-Supercomputers.kl
- Becoming.a(Thing): An Artists’ Perspective on High Performance Computing - paper (posted online June 2017) by artists Špela Petrič and Miha Turšič in Leonardo, (the leading international peer-reviewed journal on the use of contemporary science and technology in the arts and music and, increasingly, the application and influence of the arts and humanities on science and technology): https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/LEON_a_01469
- Art from supercomputing - EPCC blog article (April 2017) by Dr Nick Brown (EPCC): https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2017/04/21/art-supercomputing
- Human priorities at exascale computing - Creative Disturbance podcast of an interview with Dr George Beckett (EPCC), and artists Miha Turšič and Špela Petrič (December 2016): https://creativedisturbance.org/podcast/human-priorities-at-exascale-computing-meeting-with-spela-petric-mihatursic-and-george-beckett/
- Bringing art and science together - EPCC blog article (July 2016) by Dr Nick Brown (EPCC): https://www.epcc.ed.ac.uk/blog/2016/07/01/bringing-art-and-science-together
- Špela Petrič, Miha Turšič & Exascale projects - FEAT article featuring interviews with artists Špela Petrič and Miha Turšič, Dr George Beckett (INTERTWinE), and Prof Mario Kovač (MANGO): http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=29
- The race toward exascale supercomputing targets 2020 - FEAT article discussing how the artists aimed to create awareness of new technologies and their societal and environmental implications: http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=62
- The semiotics of supercomputers - FEAT article discussing whether there is artistic potential in understanding High Performance Computing: http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=63
- Further articles relating to the FEAT Exascale Computing project can be found at http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=51 (Exhibitions: FUTURE EMERGING ART & TECHNOLOGY) and http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=64 (Supercomputers inspire artworks), although these contain little reference to INTERTWinE.
LifeSpace Exhibition, Dundee (UK), 13 April - 17 June, 2017: http://lifespace.dundee.ac.uk/exhibition/future-emerging-art-and-technology
Bozar Exhibtion, Brussels (Belgium), 14-30 September 2017: http://www.featart.eu/index.php?id=58. Flyer for this event: http://www.featart.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/FEAT_Exhibition_Bozar.pdf
Ars Electronica, Linz (Austria), 7-11 September 2017, including FEAT Final Symposium Panel Discussion, 9 September 2017 Interview with FEAT co-orindator Erich Prem: https://www.aec.at/aeblog/en/2017/07/26/feat-kuenste-und-technologien-der-zukunft/
Performance of becoming.a(thing), Škuc Gallery (Slovenia), as part of the exhibition Liminal Agents, 14 October 2017: http://www.cityofwomen.org/en/content/2017/project/becomingathing