HPC helps researchers understand experiments for observing real-time motion of lithium atoms in bi-layer graphene, paving the way for designing new materials for batteries and other electronics.

Simulation provides competitive advantages for companies of all sizes, though industrial HPC users face unique challenges.

A two-day meeting at HLRS focused on the challenges of designing facilities able to adapt to the growing demands of supercomputing in an environmentally responsible way.

University of Marburg researchers are using high-performance computing to investigate how functionalizing silicon with other compounds could make light-based signaling in semiconductors feasible.

The High-Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), the number one market leader in high-performance computing (HPC), today announced a joint collaboration to build and...

High-performance computing resources and data-driven machine learning helped University of Stuttgart researchers model how coal, nuclear, and geothermal power plants could be retrofitted for cleaner, safer, and more efficient and...