Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are using high-performance computing to model how waterways’ sediment beds change and what those changes mean for pollutants moving downstream.

Supercomputing infrastructure and expertise could support government agencies in quickly reacting to future pandemics, extreme weather events, and other crises.

The research project DEGREE will attempt to dynamically optimize the mix of free cooling and active cooling.

As part of this year's virtual conference, HLRS will present online talks on November 16-18 offering updates on many of our current projects. Learn more about our program and save the dates.

HLRS is supporting a research team at the University of Stuttgart that is working to optimize materials data for use in models of material forming processes.

Bringing artists and HPC experts together could promote new kinds of creativity and support economic development in the culture industry.

At a special anniversary celebration, friends from across the HLRS community gathered to reflect on milestones in the center's history and the challenges that will shape its evolution over the coming decade.

This year's awards recognized research focused on problems concerning sedimentation patterns in flowing water, the effects of ice formation on airfoils, and a challenge to the standard model of particle physics.

In accord with the TISAX framework, the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart formalizes its systems for information security management.

New graphic processing units will accelerate research combining simulation and AI approaches.