Best hpcr podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This podcast features news and information on High Performance Computing
 
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This Week in HPC
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Each week, Intersect360 Research CEO Addison Snell and analyst Michael Feldman dissect the week's top HPC stories.
 
A podcast for fans of high performance computing.
 
Welcome to the official EPCR European Rugby Show!European Rugby Champions Cup and Challenge Cup previews, with big name interviews and features.
 
Holy Culture's Official Podcast. One of the webs most frequented spots for quality Holy Hip Hop mixshows & news, located online at http://www.holyculture.net. Check out all our network of sites at http://www.holyculture.net. Featuring popular mixshows like "Corelink Radio Program" with Trig & O'Diggity, "Didactics with D.A. Horton", hosted by Pastor Damon Horton (Azriel of AzriELicia), "The Gathering", "Maddness Mixshow" with DJ Eklectic, "CLE Radio" with Doc Watson, "N.I.F.T.Y. Christian sh ...
 
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HPCC Systems
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HPCC Systems is an open source, data-intensive supercomputing platform that is designed for the enterprise to resolve big data challenges. Listen to our podcasts for the latest interviews with thought leaders on big data analytics.
 
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HPC Sermon Audio
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Weekly Sermon from Hudson Presbyterian Church in Hudson, OH.
 
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HCR Z-Tech Talk
Rare
 
Podcast by Zachary Fleck
 
Born out off frivolous necessity, The Hundred Pockets Records Podcast’s objective is to explore all aspects of the creative process in arts and entertainment. Our mission is to delve deep into the inner workings of the innovative mind to find out where great ideas come from; as well as how they are realized, produced, sold, and exposed to the masses. We do this through self-degrading banter, stories of failure and success, and interviews with established folks in the industry who have been a ...
 
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HPC Men's Night
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Podcast by Healing Place Church
 
DNA / PCR-laboration (HD)
 
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DNA / PCR-laboration
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DNA / PCR-laboration
 
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insideHPC
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HPC News Without the Noise for Supercomputing Professionals :: insideHPC.com
 
PCR, or the Podcast of UConn Research, is a student run podcast hosted by Alisa White and Kyle Drake, two PhD students from Dr. Rahul Kanadia’s lab in the Department of Physiology and Neurobiology. This podcast aims to unveil the fascinating research occurring at the University of Connecticut by interviewing both administrators and research faculty based in Storrs. PCR intends to inspire listeners of all backgrounds to become involved and engaged in research of various disciplines. Reach us ...
 
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Thank you for joining us for the We Like Drinking show episode 126. In this episode we’ll be discussing RateBeer and I’m bellying up to the Nano 108 bar with owner and head brewer Keith Altemose. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking. Cheers my podcast drinking friends and welcome to happy hour 126! Panel Introductio ...…
 
Thank you for joining us for the We Like Drinking show episode 126. In this episode we’ll be discussing RateBeer and I’m bellying up to the Nano 108 bar with owner and head brewer Keith Altemose. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking. Cheers my podcast drinking friends and welcome to happy hour 126! Panel Introductio ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we look to explore how the risk, and reality, of famine has come about in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, and Northeastern Nigeria. This podcast will also assess what is needed in the immediate term, as well as the areas of policy development and implementation needed to address global food insecurity. Speakers: Sur ...…
 
Thank you for joining us for the We Like Drinking show episode 122. In this episode we’ll be discussing what sommeliers are sick of and we’re cork dorking it up with the CORK DORK author herself, Bianca Bosker! So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking. Cheers my podcast drinking friends and welcome to happy hour 122! Pa ...…
 
Thank you for joining us for the We Like Drinking show episode 122. In this episode we’ll be discussing what sommeliers are sick of and we’re cork dorking it up with the CORK DORK author herself, Bianca Bosker! So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking. Cheers my podcast drinking friends and welcome to happy hour 122! Pa ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we speak with experts and practitioners about the duty of care for humanitarian organizations, and the challenges of implementing it in practice. Speakers: Luigi Bocci, Field Security Officer, World Food Programme, Afghanistan; Phoebe Donnelly, Assistant Researcher, Feinstein International Center, and Doctoral Ca ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we speak with experts and practitioners about the risks and rewards of speaking out against targeted attacks, versus not doing so, and how to better equip organizations and professionals to make such difficult decisions. Speakers: Pauline Chetcuti, Head of Humanitarian Advocacy and Policy, Action Contre La Faim ( ...…
 
In this practitioner profile, ATHA sat down with Sinead to discuss her work in Sierra Leone and Liberia and her research on key lessons learned in the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Dr. Sinead Walsh is a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss gender-based violence and programming for male caregivers and adolescent brothers of displaced Syrian refugee girls. We also touch on sexual violence as it applies to both female humanitarians in the field and migrants and refugees receiving aid. Sarah Martin is a gender-based violence specialist with ne ...…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss challenges facing women in the Arab world, as well as responses to gender-based violence, support for survivors of violence, and other aspects of gender-sensitive programming in humanitarian emergencies. Dr. Lina Abirafeh is the Director of the Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW).…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss the use of private military and security companies (PMSCs) in the humanitarian sector. With growing threats against humanitarian actors and operations, and growing pressures for humanitarian programming in highly insecure settings, we speak about the role of PMSCs in the market for humanitarian security, ...…
 
After over five years of war in Syria, civilians have not only been frequently caught in the crossfire, but have been intentionally targeted. In the view of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria, amongst others, many of these acts amount to genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity. Considering these ongoing atrocities, this episode of ...…
 
Since the peak in refugee and migrant arrivals on the Greek islands last year, subsequent border closures and the EU-Turkey deal have led many migrants to become stranded in Greece. In this Practitioner Profile, we examine how the humanitarian response there has evolved as a consequence, and what challenges remain in the transition to more prot ...…
 
What role do humanitarian law and norms play in humanitarian negotiations? Practitioners have a diverse array of views: some field workers perceive that the law holds a high level of practical utility in their negotiations, while others have found it to be irrelevant to their work. Through discussions with humanitarian practitioners about their ...…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, we discuss the use of international humanitarian law as a framework for humanitarian negotiation, the pressures that current anti-terrorism laws place on humanitarians, and best practices for maintaining credibility in complex negotiations. Since 2011, Michiel Hofman has worked as a senior humanitarian specialist f ...…
 
In many of today’s frontline humanitarian environments, access is increasingly difficult to obtain and maintain, and continued engagement with non-state armed actors is an integral aspect of ensuring assistance and protection activities and advocating for compliance with international legal standards. Humanitarian professionals working in these ...…
 
Part II. On August 24, 2016 the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, commonly referred to as the FARC, signed a peace deal after 52 years of internal conflict. This peace deal marks a potential end to the over half century of violence that has killed over 220,000 Colombians and displaced more than six million.…
 
Through discussions with experts and humanitarian practitioners, this podcast will explore the impact of gender and other aspects of diversity on frontline humanitarian negotiations.
 
The Colombian government and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) recently signed peace accords bringing an end to 52 years of violent conflict. For his efforts to negotiate and conclude the peace deal, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was awarded this year’s Nobel Peace Prize on October 7. Yet on October 2, Colombian voters reje ...…
 
Recent high-profile attacks on humanitarian professionals and operations in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq, among others, call attention to the growing vulnerabilities of humanitarian staff and medical operations at the frontlines. This panel discussion, organized in collaboration with the Harvard Kennedy School's Middle East Initiative, will exp ...…
 
Humanitarian actors are increasingly finding themselves in contexts where the application of the norms and concepts of international humanitarian law (IHL) is contested.
 
On August 24, 2016 the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, commonly referred to as the FARC, signed a peace deal after 52 years of internal conflict. This peace deal marks a potential end to the over half century of violence that has killed over 220,000 Colombians and displaced more than six million. Dr. Jennife ...…
 
In this practitioner profile, ATHA is joined by Sareta Ashraph, Chief Analyst on the Commission of Inquiry on the Syria since May 2012. The Commission was established by the UN Human Rights Council in August 2011 to investigate and document violations of international law in Syria. Sareta led the investigation and drafting of the Commission's r ...…
 
The World Humanitarian Summit, held in Istanbul on May 23-24, 2016, was guided by a framework articulated by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s “Agenda for Humanity,” focusing on areas such preventing and ending conflicts, and enhancing promotion of community resilience, proactive emergency planning, and inter-organizational coordination.In thi ...…
 
The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) convened 9,000 representatives from humanitarian agencies, governments, crisis-affected communities, and the private sector. Driven by a consensus that the current humanitarian system is unable to cope with the intensifying needs of populations affected by conflict and disaster, the WHS aimed to take stock of ...…
 
Amidst recurring violations of international humanitarian law (IHL), strengthening compliance with these international norms is indispensable to the protection of civilians in armed conflict. Moreover, in situations of armed conflict, there is substantial potential for humanitarian professionals to strengthen compliance on the frontlines. In th ...…
 
In this episode, we interview Michaël Neuman, the director of studies at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Centre de réflexion sur l'action et les savoirs humanitaires (MSF-Crash). We discuss the drivers of professionalization in the context of humanitarian security, drawing on examples from a new book by the MSF-Crash team.…
 
Two years of conflict in the Donbas region of Ukraine has continued to intensify since early March of this year. An estimated 3.1 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. In this episode, we examine the barriers humanitarian organizations face as they try to access and assist this population. Speakers: John Cerone, Visiting Profes ...…
 
In this Practitioner Profile, ATHA is joined by Dr. Michael VanRooyen, an emergency physician with a wealth of experience in humanitarian response. Michael has worked for a number of NGOs in over thirty countries affected by war and disaster. He is a Professor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health as well as the Dire ...…
 
In this episode, we build upon the preliminary findings of the "Securing Access in Volatile Environments" research project of Humanitarian Outcomes and the Global Public Policy Institute, which has been researching the ways in which organisations gain and maintain humanitarian access and sustained proximity to vulnerable populations in highly i ...…
 
In conversations with key experts and practitioners, this podcast will consider how the practical implementation and enforcement of IHL affects men, women, girls and boys differently. We will examine the gendered nature of protections under IHL, and assess what progress has been made in addressing the gendered nature of international law. Final ...…
 
This year, hundreds of thousands of people crossed the Mediterranean and Europe’s eastern borders seeking refuge. But while global attention was fixed on the boats struggling through the waves, or huddled behind barbed-wire borders, little thought has been given to what happens next. Europe will soon find itself facing the dilemma of how to man ...…
 
In conversations with key experts and practitioners, this podcast will assess current information management methodologies and practices applicable to humanitarian response, the continued development of professional standards in this area, and the policy implications of leveraging information technology to address large-scale protection challen ...…
 
In this one-on-one interview with Beth Maclin, co-author of a new report on community responses to the LRA conflict, we examine methods of resilience and responses to violence in areas affected by protracted crises.
 
A new study from the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative uses the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) conflict as a case study to explore some manifestations of community resilience and self-protection mechanisms. In conversations with key experts and practitioners, this podcast focuses on lessons learned from the LRA conflict and draws the practical and ...…
 
This one-on-one interview with practitioner Eunice Apio, Director, Facilitation for Peace and Development focuses on lessons learned from her work in peace and reconciliation and community development in LRA-affected communities.
 
Using contemporary examples such as Afghanistan and Yemen, our panel of experts discuss key dilemmas of access faced by humanitarian aid workers in the field, and reflect on practical and policy solutions that may be developed in order to ensure proximity to civilian populations in need. Expert commentators: Ashley Jackson, Research Associate, ...…
 
ATHA's panel of expert commentators assess current response mechanisms and identify strategies and practical approaches to addressing the vulnerabilities of displacement, with a special focus on understanding migration patterns from the Middle East to Europe through Turkey and Greece. Expert commentators: Abeer Etefa, Senior Spokeswoman, United ...…
 
In this episode, ATHA speaks with Stuart Campo, Innovation Deployment Specialist with UNICEF's Global Innovation Center. We discuss common misconceptions about innovation in the humanitarian sector, how humanitarian organizations can support and encourage innovation among beneficiary populations, and what humanitarians can we learn from other f ...…
 
Each year on August 19th, the international community observes World Humanitarian Day, marking the occasion of the bombing of the UN headquarters in the Canal Hotel in Baghdad, Iraq in 2003 in which 22 staff members and visitors were killed. As we commemorate the lives lost in the pursuit of humanitarian action around the globe, and the continu ...…
 
In this episode, ATHA's Anaïde Nahikian speaks with Melissa Fleming, Chief of Communications and Spokesperson for the High Commissioner, at UNHCR, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. They discuss the priorities for UNHCR in addressing the key drivers of vulnerability for displaced populations, and the generational c ...…
 
In this episode, ATHA's Anaïde Nahikian speaks with Louise Bloom, Research Officer at the Humanitarian Innovation Project at the University of Oxford, and Professor Alexander Betts, Director of the Refugee Studies Centre, also at the University of Oxford. They discuss the processes of refugee innovation and the opportunities and impediments in ...…
 
In light of the annual World Humanitarian Day on August 19th, the Harvard University Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA) is launching a month-long Innovation Series. This is a series of short podcast discussions with professionals and experts on areas of innovative thinking and development in the humanitarian sector. In part ...…
 
How does the law currently protect humanitarian professionals in insecure settings, and what gaps exist with regard to these legal protections? And what are the consequences of protection disparities between humanitarian professionals, particularly national or local staff? The answers to these questions and more in this Humanitarian Assistance ...…
 
Humanitarian actors can find themselves caught between the need to respect humanitarian principles, and the necessity of striking deals in order to fulfill organizational mandates or operational imperatives. This podcasts examines why. Expert commentators: Claude Bruderlein, Strategic Advisor to the President of the International Committee of t ...…
 
A global panel of experts expores the impact of the ongoing peace process on key humanitarian issues, including conflict-induced displacement and child protection. Expert commentators: Victor de Currea-Lugo, consultant in peace and conflict and Journalist, El Espectador; Rafael A. Prieto-Sanjuán, Professor, Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá) and Vi ...…
 
Our expert panel discusses how agencies are responding to urgent needs in Nepal, the challenges and strategies of coordination, and priorities to consider in medium- to long-term recovery. Expert Commentators: Dr. Michael VanRooyen, Director, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI); Dr. Stephanie Kayden, Director, Humanitarian Studies Initiative, ...…
 
An exploration of the role that MRF missions play in civilian protection. Expert Commentators: Leila Zerrougui, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict; Dan Fahey, Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley and Former Coordinator, UN Group of Experts on the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Theo ...…
 
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