Asian Scientist Launches Asia's First Supercomputing Magazine
 
Jan 05, 2017
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AsianScientist (Jan. 5, 2017) --(ASIA TODAY)-- Singapore-based publisher Asian Scientist Publishing Pte Ltd has launched Supercomputing Asia, a new print title dedicated to tracking the latest developments in high performance computing across the region and making supercomputing accessible to the layman.

The debut issue of Supercomputing Asia traces China’s meteoric rise as a global supercomputing superpower, with exclusive interviews from Professor Jack Dongarra, compiler of the closely watched international TOP500 supercomputer ranking, and Associate Professor Fu Haohuan, whose team at the National Supercomputing Center Wuxi developed Sunway TaihuLight, the world’s fastest system on the TOP500 list. Also profiled are legendary supercomputing pioneer Professor Gordon Bell of the eponymous Bell’s Law and Gordon Bell Prize, and leading green supercomputing expert Professor Satoshi Matsuoka.

Media contact information:
Dr. Rebecca Tan
Managing Editor
Asian Scientist Magazine
Tel: (+65) 6466 5775
rebecca@asianscientist.com

About Supercomputing Asia
Supercomputing Asia is the first print publication dedicated to news and features on high performance computing and supercomputing in Asia. The inaugural issue was published in January 2017 and featured interviews with supercomputing luminaries Gordon Bell and Satoshi Matsuoka. A selection of articles have been made available online at http://www.asianscientist.com

About Asian Scientist Publishing Pte Ltd
Asian Scientist Publishing Pte Ltd is a leading STEM book and magazine publisher based in Singapore. Its flagship title, Asian Scientist Magazine, publishes online weekly and in print twice a year. Notable people to have appeared between the pages of Asian Scientist Magazine include Nobel Laureate Shinya Yamanaka and Dr. Wang Jun, executive director of BGI. Its Asian Scientist Intelligence division provides public relations and consulting expertise to industry and academic institutions in the region.

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