Category Archives: Intel Labs

A “Best Paper” on Big Data Signal Processing (Intel Labs@SC12)

It was just announced at the awards session at SC12 that Intel has won “best paper” for research into more efficient processing for a fundamental calculation in high performance computing, entitled “A Framework for Low-Communication 1-D FFT.” Numerous wave applications (e.g. … Read more >

Finding Meaning Among Billions of Galaxies (Intel Labs@SC12)

As we speak, scientists are racing to apply Big Data computation techniques to help answer some of the most fundamental questions about the origin, composition, and evolution of the universe. A large part of this is the quest to understand … Read more >

The Future of Knowledge Work

The world is changing dramatically, both expanding and contracting in ways that will have a significant impact on everyday life.  Old models of work already in flux will seemingly dissolve as new models rise in their place.   People working in … Read more >

Collaborating to create the most energy-efficient supercomputer

Today marks a significant milestone in efficiency for high performance computing (HPC). For the first time, an Intel-based system has topped the Green500 list, an achievement made possible through the use of the new Intel® Xeon Phi™ co-processor launched this week … Read more >

Intel Honors 9 Faculty and 25 Doctoral Students with Awards at Intel’s European Research and Innovation Conference (ERIC)

October 25, 2012, Barcelona, Spain On October 23rd the University Program Office at Intel honored 9 faculty and 25 doctoral students from European Union (EU) universities through two new innovative programs – the Early Career Faculty Honor Program (ECFHP) and … Read more >

Congratulations to the 2012 Intel PhD Fellowship Winners

PhD Fellowship Program winners announced! Intel is pleased to contribute nearly $1M to support the best PhD students across the nation engaged in innovative areas of computing research.  The Intel PhD Fellowship Program is a highly competitive process where students are … Read more >

Intel and Stanford Researchers Reveal Peptide Chip Details to Categorize Diseases and Analyze Protein Interactions

The future of healthcare is heading towards integrated targeted medicine, with the goal of increasing the quality and efficiency while reducing the costs of healthcare. This requires comprehensive knowledge of cellular process involved in health and disease.  While array-based approaches … Read more >