Several institutes at the University of Stuttgart and the German Literature Archive (DLA) Marbach are collaborating to find ways to make literary research and web-based literature permanently usable on a digital basis.

University of Stuttgart researchers are developing increasingly detailed models of parts of the human body. Starting from a cellular level, the team is scaling simulations up to model individual muscles in the human arm.

An enhancement of HLRS's systems with new graphic processing units will improve the center's ability to address the pandemic and other sudden crises.

In this multidisciplinary meeting, scholars exchanged perspectives on how these related practices have emerged and changed over time.

A comprehensive digital model of the theater in virtual reality will preserve and support study of the landmark, home to the oldest functional stage machinery in the world.

The partnership will promote cooperation in research, staff development, and educational programs with a focus on the intersection of advanced digital tools and culture.

A team from TU Dortmund is using high-performance computing to model how lasers could regulate spin dynamics in quantum dots. These small structures could have big implications for improving quantum computers and other advanced...

HLRS Director Michael Resch joined bestselling novelist Daniel Kehlmann to consider the question of how "intelligent" artificial intelligence actually is.

HLRS will help develop new software for quantum computers and investigate ways to integrate them with conventional systems for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence.

The course was the first of its kind in Europe focusing on AMD's ROCm software environment.